Maria Andrade and Maria Santana

Maria Santana (33) and her friend and mentor Maria Andrade (53) discuss the case that brought them together, legal advocacy for immigrants, and their hopes for the future.

Trying to Break Through the STEM Glass Ceiling

Leona Ponish discusses the difficulties of finding a job in chemistry as a woman in the 1950s, despite her qualifications.

My Dad’s Journey

In this interview, my dad talks about his journey getting to where he’s at today, with his job, being able to somewhat speak english, and facing discrimination through it all.

Discrimination of Deaf People in the State of Chihuahua, Mexico

I interviewed my aunt that is part of the deaf community, as she herself is deaf, also an active member of organizations that help support other deaf people, and also a sign language teacher for young children. I asked her...

Language Butcherer

This is an interview with my mom, a mainly spanish-speaker, about how her accent has been perceived while living in the United States.

The Struggles of Growing Up in Latinx Communities

I am Sheila Garcia(16) interviewing my boyfriend Brandoni Chanax.In this interview we talked about the struggles of growing up in Latinx communities and feeling isolate from being ourselves in the real world.

Sandra’s Encounter

My Grandmother talkes about her experiences with segregation, discrimination, voting rights and education during her teenage years and childhood.