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Born Black and blind, proud American, state of Black people, not believing in racism, not using his blinds as an excuse, Not being called an "African American" , Black Economic Group.
Olivia Hogue (21) talks with her younger sister's boyfriend, Albert Bujanda (18) about their different ethnic/cultural backgrounds and the role it plays in their everyday lives.
Friends and colleagues in activism, Janet McKeithan (64) and Robbie Jones (62) talk about Janet's journey to ministry and activism and the impact of organization they work for in the community.
Barbara talks about her experience working in hospitals where gender confirmation surgery was conducted, developing community, and advice for young queer people
Taylor Parduhn interviews Chad Fuller about his struggles in elementary school with learning disabilities and how it led him to the development of Sudbury Valley Schools and to the career path of community development. Chad discusses how important being a...
Andover Stories of American Identity: Erin Taylor talks about her childhood in Andover, and adult life in Andover.
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...
My dad told me about his day on 9/11 and how terrifying it was. Additionally, he spoke on how it changed him as a person.
One Small Step conversation partners David Rasmussen (75) and Margaret "Renee" Peyton (73) discuss the intermingling of religion and politics.
My grandfather, his character, and his impact on everyone in his community and his family!
Margaret "Meg" von Lossnitzer (40) interviews her colleague, Jo Ann Coull (61), about her HIV diagnosis during her time in prison and the process that has led to her sobriety and recovery.
Marjan Vayghan (27) and Christy Roberts (29) talk about becoming artists and activists and the moments that have shaped them. They also talk about the Occupied movement and their part in it.
Span277: Borderless Poetics & Expression for a New Time - Conversation with my sister about family and community.
Father and son reminisce on the influence of family and passion on building a life surrounded by the power of community.
I interviewed my two uncles and my mom about their experience being in LA when the Rodney King riots occurred.
A Marketside Chat with Moscow, Idaho chef and restaurant owner, George Skandalos. As a chef shopping at the Moscow Farmers Market, George talks about the vibrancy of the market and its contribution to the community. George also tells the story...
We discussed he experience immigrating to the US, the changes in her former home, creating a community, and acceptance and assimilation of immigrants.
Our interview is about Gabby, a former foster child and her adoptive mother Karla. In the interview, the two of them talk about the beginning of their life together which includes heartfelt sentiments, life-changing moments, and memories of a unique...
Two teens talk about their perspectives on community and interrupting violence.
Colleagues Lynn Mertz (58) and Theresa Edelstein (63) talk about their work with the Leaders in Equity and Diversity (LEAD) Collaborative. They discuss their careers and the need for health equity.
Maria discusses how relationships in her life affect her understanding of community and how she wants to build community in times of disconnect.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Eliud Felix discusses his journey from his life growing up in Manhattan and the Bronx to working at Andover High School. He has deep family values and traditions, and hopes to see them continue through...
This is an interview to honor Mrs. Maria McNair and her exceptional dedication to Jacksonville's early childhood education. Mrs. McNair shares her life experiences, thoughts, and views on how she has become who she is today.
In this episode I sit down to talk with Joe Stone, director of mission at Teton Adaptive and a C7 partial quadriplegic and Pierre Bergman a T7 paraplegic about their experiences with ableism. I also talk to Lyndsay Rowan who...