Nani ji moving to India and her experience with Operation Blue Star
May 21, 2022 App Interview

In this interview, Nani ji (grandmother from mom’s side) talked about her experience of moving to India at a young age, how her parents’ death effected her, and the effects of Operation Blue Star on her. This interview was conducted...

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

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Constance Dyson and Andre Johnson

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Atra Flemons and Khadijah Shabazz

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Yelando Johnson and Huachuan Wen

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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.

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Yolanda Lakes (50) sits down with her father, Raymond "Ray" Lakes (72), to ask about his upbringing in Columbus, GA and the world events, as well as personal experiences, that have shaped his current worldview.

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Seph Rodney and Monique Davis

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Denise Jackson Ford and Renoir Finizio

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Michael Wehrle and David Shanks

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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.

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Alexa Slonin and Erica L

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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...