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Marisol of Edinburg, Texas talks about her experience with equal rights as a professional woman.
The following interview was recorded as an assignment for an MSW course. The interviewee was chosen for her unique relationship to topics of immigration as a once undocumented immigrant and now a fully accredited Department of Justice representative.
"We have to continue to fight to have these rights. That was when I was 15 or 16 when I realized that." - Annette of Mission, Texas talks about her experience with equal rights in the computer science industry. Annette...
Two friends and co-founders of an anti-trafficking organization talk life, partnership and legacy.
Interview with Amy Weismann talking about her law experience and work with human rights
Jill Savitt is the CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, a partner of Equitable Dinners. She believes that bringing people together, across differences, is the key to understanding and progress. Her background professionally is in contemporary...
Nichole Terrett, 32, and Suzanne Lewis-Johnson, friends and colleagues at RAHAB Ministries discuss how their lives brought them into the work against human trafficking, truth & justice and how healthy relationships are one of the most important change-makers for victims...
Norma speaks about the SB4 bill and the SB8 bill that was recently passed Texas that governs abortion rights laws and "Show me your papers" police checks.
Ms. D told her story about immigrating to the US and than migrating place to place when she arrived. Ms. D speaks on her perception of human right violations, specifically workers rights and shares her personal experiences.
A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Ginna of Edinburg, Texas speaks about her experiences with women's rights, human rights, immigration, and her recollection of the Women's March coverage.
I talk with my longtime friend and neighbor Catherine about her experience being witness to critical movements in the history of human rights (which she didn’t know were human rights at the time).
Discussion of legal and personal challenges as well as common misconceptions relating to immigration
A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Victoria of Alamo, Texas speaks frankly about her experiences post-2016 election, her feelings regarding gender roles, and women's rights. Victoria talks about how her Mother and Aunts are all business owners in...
We discussed Bernice's childhood as a Methodist minister's daughter, her professional challenges, ancestors, places lived, problems moving around, and family.
The following interview was recorded as an assignment for and MSW course. The interviewee was chosen for her unique relationship to topics of immigration as a once undocumented immigrants and now a fully accredited Department of Justice representative.
My mother, Isabel Concepción Gonzalez, giving a personal insight to what immigrating to the United States from Cuba was like.
Margarita (Margie) talks about her experience as a mother of four children and health care in the United States.
"I believe everyone should have their choice." - April Vallejo shares her experience as a young mother who believes every woman should have the right to choose. April attended the local Women's March in Brownsville, Texas with her daughter on...