a laugh with my aunt

I am Alan Banks here with my aunt Amanda Brown where do you live Flint Michigan age 44 how do you feel on the politics today and how do you feel on Trump Biden and Obama

Naiyla Lodge interview Shanelly

Naiyla (me) was interviewing Shanelly Romero about random questions they gave me and I came up with.

Little Bit of Hope in a Time of Despair

I interviewed my step-mother, D’Audra Cole-Hunter, about her experiences in a social media community, as a small business owner, and a believer of God in a time of hate, hopelessness, and despair.

Learning Nana: An Afternoon With Diane Walker

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.

Cindy Taylor and Bobby Putrino

[Recorded Tuesday, May 16, 2023] Cindy (63) and Bobby (51) have a One Small Step Conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Cindy is a writer and cares deeply about social justice, equity, and being involved with local nonprofits. Bobby is a husband...

Boston marathon bombing 2013

Me and my dad were talking about the bombing


what is you racism about?

Jerry Albrent and Matthew Haynes

Jerry Albrent (72) interviews his friend Matthew Haynes [no age given], the owner and founder of Club Q, where a mass shooting took place on November 19, 2022. Matthew reflects on how his life journey led him to open a...

The Breakdown feat. Bryan West

Bryan tells his story, some struggles, challenges and advice throughout the podcast. He is one of the most influential, motivating, and positive people you’ll ever know. Through Newscasting, Photography, and Sobriety, Bryan has made an everlasting legacy.

Jaime Gamboa growing up as a Mexican in the U.S.A

in this interview conducted in November 2018 in Nevada Las Vegas Angel Gamboa interviews his dad Jaime Gamboa in about their childhood and adulthood and the city they he calls homehe talks about interesting stuff and multiple stuff like is...

Darron Patterson and Franchesca Peña

Franchesca Peña [no age given] interviews her conversation partner Darron Patterson (71) about the history of Africatown and the Clotilda ship, his own family history, and the importance of challenging racist ideologies.

welcome to my world

me and my family were going to the grocery store while i was 15, assumed of stealing. By people who don’t work there