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Erika, a young woman living in the border between Mexico and the U.S, talks about the feminism movement in Juarez and how it has change her as a woman.
Janeth and I, spoke about the topic of chicana women dealing with gender roles, double standards, and discrimination. We chose this topic because we are both very passionate about it due to our Latina background and living on the Juarez...
In my rural hometown of Cassadaga, I will be interviewing my brother Braden LeBaron (17) and his girlfriend Sarah Elder (17). They are both student athletes, who work outside of school, and on the surface seem to have a lot...
In this interview, the interviewee, Mike, talks about growing up in Sweet Home, Oregon and about traveling between the years 1974 and 1975.
Laura Shannon (49) interviews her mother, Beverly Golden [no age given], about Beverly's grandmother, Jessie Thatcher Bost, who was the first woman to graduate from Oklahoma State University.
This interview with Randy Macht, conducted by his daughter, takes a walk through his life and experiences. He details his childhood and family life, as well as talking about his gymnastics career and schooling. Mr. Macht tells stories of his...
Carolyn Ewing (65) reminisces with her husband, Abdul Salaam Ewing (64), on their varying influences in their path to Islam.
Amanda Garcia (31) and Dr. Gratzia Villarroel (61) discuss immigration stories, becoming bilingual in both Spanish and English, and gender roles in the Latino community. The pair also talk about navigating two cultures and their plans to start a charter...
Close friends Sarah Lister (52) and Jef Evans (51) look back on their shared memories from growing up in a conservative community connected to the West Gate Baptist Church in Tampa, Florida.
One Small Step partners Leila Christenbury (73) and Robert "Tony" Craven (67) have a conversation about the importance of learning how to learn, their journeys with the church, and teachers unions.
Melissa Fineman (21) talks with her father Marvin Fineman (67) about an art pieces expressing her struggles of being bicultural.
Mekensie Weinholtz discusses how school-implemented uniform policies/dress codes can affect the outcomes of socialization and self-expression in adolescents. She interviews her sister, Sydney, who gives insight on her own experience within schools that have strictly-enforced uniform policies.
We talked about Beverly’s life and career in art’s management. We also talked about Beverly’s parents’ journey from Russia to the United States.
Barbara Hilbush, my grandma and mother of three, speaks briefly about her experience growing up in a gender defined era, where it was hard for women to embrace independence and courage.
Spouses, Lorena “Lori” Edwards (43) and Tyler Edwards (41), discuss family dynamics and their experience being in the public eye because of their daughter’s identity.
Melanie McMullen (26) and her grandmother, Marie Hewlett (79), sit down for a conversation about their family, Marie’s teaching career, and their shared love of reading.
Ryan Wienczorkowski (18) talks to Danielle Thomas discuss Gender Socialization and it's effects on impoverished adolescents
Erika, a young woman living in the border between Mexico and the U.S, talks about feminism in Juarez city and how the movement has changed her as a woman.
Twins, Judy Hale Young [no age given] and Jane Hale [no age given], sit down for a conversation about Judy's experience in the U.S. Navy, Jane's experience stepping into her non-binary gender identity, their passions for music and literature, and...
Travis, a student at Eastern Michigan University located in Ypsilanti, MI, conducts this interview. He questions his grandma, Zona Taylor on June 14th of 2023. The two of them discuss Zona Taylor’s experience as a woman growing up in her...
My name is Connor Foster and I interviewed Timothy Wallace. We have a 26-year age gap, and met through my girlfriend -- his daughter. In our interview we discuss masculinity and how it applies to either gender, gender roles, and...
Partners Stephanie Rosario Rodriguez (31) and Nathaniel McLeroy (33) discuss their relationship, the similarities of their upbringings, the limitations of language, and how their pasts have shaped their experiences of the present.
Mona Coleman (grandmother, 72) was interviewed by Adi Coleman (granddaughter, 17) to discuss the life growing up in the 60’s in a small U.S. town. We talk about the trends, the ways, and the styles of this crucial time period...