Susan Dakorson Addresses The Sad Fact of What It's Like For A Young African American Girl Dealing With The Ideal Hair Standard In America.

I interviewed 21-year-old Susan Dakorson who also goes by Susie, a close friend of mine, of what it was like growing up in America dealing with and breaking the ideal Hair standard in American society for African American women. Susie...

Life in the deep heart of the south from the 1960s_1980s

The life and struggles of the african american people in Mississippi and the hero’s that are often not talked about in these cities and the impacts they had on the occupants of those towns lives and influence on them to...

Interview with Emma Goodwyn 2021 by Mariah Goodwyn: The story of Emma Goodwyn’s life

I’m this interview we talk about how how my Grandma was a sharecropper growing up and about the struggles and good times she has gone through in her lifetime.

Listening to Others

The purpose of this interview was to compare the life of an African American male and the life of women to show the similar struggles we go through.

Alwyn & Lauren

What is it like for my father to be a black cop in America.

The Life of a Nuremberg Girl

Anne Ballard shares stories of her life growing up in Nuremberg during World War II, meeting her African American husband, and moving to America in the 1950s.

My Mother’s IT Journey

My mother is among the first women computer programmers. She started her journey as a programmer and ended as CIO. Amazing journey for an African American woman in the 1960s.

Lela Jackson and son Charles Jackson talk about love and family.

In this interview I talked to my mom that is 40 years old about our family. We went deep in the history of our family and the last jobs that my late grandfather took place in. Also about my grandmother...

Camdyn and Abe – 12/1/2023

Camdyn (19), sits down with friend Abe (19), to discuss what it’s like growing up as an adopted child, as well as discussing being black in America.

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Brady and Aymin

Brady (20) interview Aymin (19) who is African Indian Muslim and we talked about religion and life experiences

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Raphael Pantet and Frank Kingman

Raphael Pantet, 24, visiting San Francisco from Brazil, talks with facilitator Frank Kingman, 64, about his several trips throughout the U.S., having dual Swiss/Brazilian citizenship, and compares how race is talked about in the U.S. and Brazil.

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Talethia Edwards, Anita Wimberly, and Valerie George

A group of African-American "sista friends," Talethia Edwards (39), Valerie George (38) and Anita Wimberly [no age given], chat about life, intimate platonic friendships, family, marriage and the importance of their bond in the African-American community. They talk about the...

My Mama Iris

I got to interview my great-aunt Iris this Thanksgiving, and she shared stories with me about her having a buisness at a young age.

Growing up Black

Getting the insight information on Texas legend and UTEPrunning backs coach Barrick Nealy.

Faith: I didn’t want her, but I needed her.

At the age of 20, I was pregnant and determined to have an abortion, but my dad encouraged me to keep Faith. Ever since that choice, my life has been filled with a good love from the most authentic person...

Joy G and Cassidy W

My name is Cassidy (18) I interviewed a family friend named Joy Gier. Joy is a mother, grandmother, and wife who also works in fashion design. Joy is around 56 years old (I’m not sure of her exact age but...

Fay Williams, Polly Spiegel, Lynn Slivka. It's all voting administration. For the Indiana Voting History Project.

Fay Williams, Indiana Attorney with a long history of voting rights activism and scholarship, discusses the early history of voting and the fight to include African-American Voters on the voting rolls.

Pacifique Muzigura
December 2, 2022 App Interview

interview with my roommate Pacifique, he is 25 years old and from the country of Rwanda. He is currently finishing up school this

Young gay African-American Ken Smith: his lesbian grandmother gave him important advice: "You do You!"

Ken Smith, a young gay African-American man from Dayton, Ohio, started coming out in the 1990s. His openly lesbian grandmother Grace (Thornton) Vaughn, gave him some important advice from 20 years earlier: "You do You!" Grace sued to marry her...