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William Silva, 63, and his daughter, Laylah Silva, 38 talk about William’s life growing up coming back an d forth from Cuba to the United States, and their unconventional family.
Chris Sams (41) insights with his chosen father, Russell Lowery-Hart (51) in a conversation about how the two became family members and what the journey has been like.
I look like an African American but I am Samoan by heart and blood. I identify as a Samoan and live the Samoan culture, though I do not speak the language.
SF black, gay elder shares his life story with his friend and neighbor.
Adria Kitchens is Program Manager for Out of Hand Theater. She leads Equitable Dinners! Here she talks about her journey to awareness of racism, learning the importance of communication to find equity, the revolution in Black people empowering and taking...
Rev. Thomas R. Noon (66) talks with his daughter Jessica Estrada (32) about his time leading a black Lutheran congregation in Birmingham, AL.
Ivette de Pool (37) interviews father Pedro de Pool (64) about family heritage and about his experience as an actor and announcer in Cuba and in the U.S.
As a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College's Davis Family Library has initiated a series of oral interviews, "In Your Own Words." In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace...
Dilcia Morales, 42, talks to her friends Monica Alvarenga, 41, and Mei Lai Wong, 49 about how she crossed the U.S.- Mexico border with her mother at the age of 13.
Lexi Mckay is the Program Coordinator for Out of Hand theater, a freelance stage manager, and a writer. She's a part of the team that creates Equitable Dinners, a program which connects people through facilitated conversations about race and racism....
My father immigrated to America from Trinidad and Tobago when he was almost 10 years old. When he arrived to Baltimore, Maryland, he noticed a racial divide between blacks and whites. Whites were treated as if they were better than...
A Nana tells her grandson what it was like growing up in the country and city during the Second World War, being Black in segregated America, and other challenges she faced later in life.
A person who can go through multiple losses, play sports, and be passionate about her work is a truly great person to be around; that person is Luanne Regis. Luanne is a black woman from Trinidad & Tobago, in the...
I interviewed Jordan a cousin of a good of mine from the cities. As I haven’t met Jordan before he was comfortable with me as I have the trust of his cousin. Jordan is from the inner city of Chicago.
In this interview, we discussed wisdom, childhood memories, proudest moments, and more.
Shari, who is bi-racial, talks about the racism faced as a small child living in Alabama in the early 60s.
Ernest Jackson played defense back and running back as a senior for Duke University in 1971. He is the is the only player to win ACC offense player of the week and ACC defense player of the week in the...
Wendy Thomas (47) and Thajilah Olaiya (30) are classroom teachers in Washington D.C. who got to know each other through karate class, and talk about their beginnings as educators and the future of classroom education.
I interview my Uncle Dan on the race riots and racial tensions of the latter 60s and how much that has changed in Detroit today.
A white response to a now commonly asked question for this 21st century generation.
I spoke with my grandfather, my father's spiritual father, about his childhood & hopes for Heaven.