Yelando Johnson and Huachuan Wen

One Small Step conversation partners and colleagues Yelando Johnson (53) and Huachuan Wen (44) discuss how their experiences as people of color have impacted their careers.

Vantner Cruz and Michael Glasser

Vantner Cruz (24) talks with his friend Michael Glasser (56) about his experiences growing up Latino in Chicago. Vantner discusses his impactful encounter with the criminal justice system.

South Central LA: A Real Prespective

Justin Rogers, a south central Los Angeles resident, speaks the truth about growing up with racial profiling and police brutality. He expresses the gap that has been made between the citizens of LA and the police; furthermore, decisions he’s made...

Questions About Racism in America.

During this interview, we will discuss racism in America and how it makes black people feel. We will also discuss in this interview some personal experiences from racism/ racial issues in America.

Loren Armstrong and Diane Brown

One Small Step conversation partners Diane Brown (57) and Loren "Brad" Armstrong (74) talk about their views around different topics, like representation, influences, and current political policies.

Denise Jackson Ford and Renoir Finizio

Long time friends Denise Jackson Ford (54) and Renoir Finizio (74) recall how they met and became friends through a women's group, and share some of their personal beliefs surrounding politics and current events.

Alexa Slonin and Erica L

One Small Step conversation partners Alexa Slonin (47) and Erica L (55) discuss faith, racism, homophobia, and working in healthcare.

Seph Rodney and Monique Davis

Friends and colleagues Seph Rodney (50) and Monique Davis (56) discuss their work, their career paths, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives.

Constance Dyson and Andre Johnson

Rev. Dr. Andre E. Johnson (54) interviewed by National Civil Rights Museum employee Constance Dyson (54) about growing up in North Memphis, participating in the Boy's Club as a kid, his social justice work in the Memphis community, his call...

Mroom interview 1

Talking about important issues happening off campus and how they affect students on campus

Maria Matos and Carlos de los Ramos

Maria Matos (70) speaks with her longtime friend Carlos de los Ramos [no age given] about moving to Delaware as a teenager with her parents, an influential moment that sparked her passion for serving the Latino community, and about her...

Terry Rogaczewski and Nissa Tzun

Terry Rogaczewski (47) talks with his friend Nissa Tzun (39) about the night he took Ambien, experienced negative side effects, and woke up two days later having been shot by Las Vegas police with no recollection as to why he...

Calinda Lee and Kennedi Johnson

Dr. Calinda Lee (48) talks with her intern Kennedi Johnson (24) about the Corona Collective work, the uprisings in the US, and thoughts of solidarity.

Love, Riots, and Violence, at USC

Ann Garrett, from Clovis, California, in her junior year of USC, 1992, was put into the middle of the Rodney King riots. It is a firsthand story of someone stuck in a violent protest. Interviewed by Luke Garrett, 14, her...

Ida Murata on living as a NYC teenager during COVID

Ana Farkhondeh (14) talking with a friend from school, Ida Murata (14) about experiencing COVID as a New York City teen. This interview has mentions of growth through the change from middle to high school during COVID, and experiences with...