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- Out of Hand 7
- 1968 1
- April4 1
- Center for Spiritual Living Baltimore 1
- Civil Rights Movement 1
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One Small Step conversation partners Jason Smithberg (47) and Francine Oputa (70) talk about race relations in the US, the current political divide, and their social and political views.
Della Kostelnik Juarez (61) tells her daughter Julia Juarez-Kostelnik (22) about her experiences participating in a voluntary bussing/racial transfer program as an elementary school student in Seattle. Della describes how being the only white kid in a predominantly Black school...
One Small Step partners Charles "Charlie" Dyson (80) and Dennis Green (64) discuss their faith, their and judgement and acceptance of people in society and church, and how we can try to heal from the division.
I took the time to interview my sister experience as being a white daughter and with a brown mom. (May 14, 2023)
Growing up in Milwaukee and Nigeria and how her husband and her were treated different based on race
Henry Rutledge Laurens [no age given] and James E. Lockemy (72) talk about Henry's ancestors, John Laurens and Henry Laurens, Jr.
One Small Step partners and Oklahoma City residents Janice Martin (66) and Bert Belanger (65) discuss how their lived experiences have informed their perspectives on race, gender, abortion, adoption, and faith.
Friends Norman Hatter (79) and Steven McCutchan (80) discuss meeting civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr., and Stokely Carmichael. They talk about guiding their churches through racism and racial equity as they both have served different types of Christian...
One Small Step conversation partners Bonnie Clause (79) and Rev. Arnold Thomas [no age given] have an open and honest discussion about race.
Sherri Taylor (67) interviews her father, Vernon Frank Reeves (96), about what it was like being an educator in Okeechobee County, Florida during integration. They also talk about Vernon's childhood in Okeechobee and remember some characters from his hometown.