Evaluating artistic potential with Jen Waldman

Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews Jen Waldman (Manhattan) on May 12, 2021. They discuss early dance recitals, teenage enterprising, getting messy with Musical Theater, YoungArts, and adapting the Jen Waldman Studio to a thriving virtual community.

"Schooling" COVID-19 – Comments on how varying levels of education were affected by the pandemic

A discussion amongst family members about their experiences related to education and how they were impacted by the pandemic. Erin (25, They/Them) was furloughed from their job at the start of the pandemic, and then chose to resume college courses...

Telling HERstory Podcast Episode 8: Lasting Legacy

Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Mrs. Valorie Tillman Davis, former student of Rosa T. Beard and a founding member of the Rosa T. Beard Debutante Club in 1963.

Jessica W. interviews Anonymous about America in a Kenyan’s Perspective.

In this interview conducted on April 2021 in a house in Chicago Illinois, anonymous and interviewer sit down to talk about topics related to America and anonymous’ different experience in this country (both good and bad) and the lessons to...

Mark Sprinkle and Kyle Kennedy talk about changing political views and educational choices in Richmond, Va.

Mark and Kyle discuss how they got to and started families in Richmond, Va, how their political views have changed over the years, and how the educational choices they made for their kids reflect their desires for the welfare of...

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Telling HERstory Podcast Bonus Episode: In Her Own Words

An excerpt from a recently rediscovered recording from December 25, 2008, where Mrs. Rosa T. Beard (1919-2010) shared in her own words, how she ended up pursuing her Master’s degree at Columbia University.