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A interview with my grandma about civil rights.
Paulette Isaac Napper [no age given] talks with her daughter Tomeka Napper (45) about leaving a record for her grandson so he knows about her life growing up in the south during the 1960s, family traditions, Jim Crow, and black...
Kanani Choy, 57 is interviewed by her good friend Holly Cost 53.
Slavery, Equal Treatment and Fairness
In this interview, recorded November 25, 2018, in Birmingham, Alabama, Libby Rumore (17) interviews her grandmother, Anna Lu Hemphill (72), about growing up in Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement. Ms. Hemphill shares her knowledge and memories of her family...
One Small Step conversation partners Nancy Mobley (36) and Correll "Corey" Hammond (37) both from Bossier City, Louisiana, both were seeking to carry on a conversation with someone with a contrasting background. They talk about their experiences growing up in...
School Counselor Dan Schmidt, 55, interviews one of his students Carolina, 18, about what motivates her, the challenges she faces as an undocumented student, and her hopes for going to college.
Longtime friends Harriette McCauley (76) and Rosemary Smith (71) discuss the diverse environment of their upbringing in Santa Monica.
Nicholas Piediscalzi, a retired United Church of Christ minister, talks to us about his personal experience and relationship to peace, as well as his work in peace-making in larger settings. As a minister in Chicago in the 1940s and 1950’s...
Friends Nathaniel "Nat" Trives (85) and Lynn Washington [no age given] share memories of Santa Monica College and their experiences there.
Marta Pearson (72) talks with her friend DeAnna Hadley (52) about sympathy, empathy, racism, the pain it causes and the need for African-American stories to be shared. She describes seeing a raw cotton field for the first time, being denied...
Ms. Charlie Nelson, the director of Special Events at MIFA, talks about how her life and how changes in the African American have impacted her.
Rosiland (56 y.o.) discusses the evolution of personal growth related to empathy, compassion, and care of the dying as a hospice nurse. She also talks about searching for meaningful/non-superficial relationships.
Sartura Smith (62) talks with her friend LaTamarah "Tammi" Stackhouse (48) about growing up in Tampa, Florida during segregation. She describes Central Avenue, a historic district for black owned businesses, her parents being restaurant owners there, family dinner traditions and...