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- Arroyo High School 2
- Cassandra Voss Center 1
- Hinsdale Central High School 1
- OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates 1
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I interviewed my grandmother for a school assignment, asking her questions relating to the themes of The Color of Water by James McBride.
In the wake of 'colorblindness' and 'all lives matter' failing to see us, to see me. This is how my frustration speaks.
On December 17, 2019 Lennon Miura, interviewed Mirai Miura (sister) about race and identity.
In this recording, brother and sister discuss the novel Little Fires Everywhere and the several themes and conflicts that arise.
Today I interviewed my sister we had a limited time so my apologies for all the mishaps!! at the very end I was cut off with a power outage but decided to go on with this interview because of the...
This is a conversation about identity crisis, racism, privilege, an division among African Americans and Latinos
Foti Karoutsos(14) and his grandfather Foti Moutopolos(79) talk about migrating from Greece to America in 1966. They discuss what it was like to be welcomed here, and all the memories and accomplishments he’s fond of since then. His grandfather explains...
We talked about her life in the U.S and just basic questions about how she feels.
Two 20-something year-old Latinas sit down and talk about activist-subversion in the context of our identities, privilege, and power in community. As a social work student, wanted to shed light on an immigrant story of growth, of learning, and connection.