ddv001272
40:46
Tiara Evans and Asha John

Friends Tiara Evans (27) and Asha John (27) reflect on hard periods of their lives and how those experiences made them who they are today. They discuss what adulthood means for their generation and the importance of not forgetting to...

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52:23
Lorraine Fontana and Kelly Windus

One Small Step partners Lorraine Fontana (76) and Kelly Windus (56) discuss their different upbringings, spiritual beliefs, and views on homosexuality.

chd001200
37:33
Tomas House and Crystal Palmer

Tomas House (24) and his coworker Crystal Palmer (60) have a conversation about what poverty means to them, and they also talk about growing up in public housing.

Is housing a right? Let’s talk about public housing, private and the shelter.

My mom and I discuss the human right to housing and the thoughts that we have regarding the different environments that we have experienced throughout our lifetimes.

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35:41
Babz Rawls Ivy and Lucy Gellman

Babz Rawls Ivy (56) talks with her friend Lucy Gellman (30) about her life, work and community in New Haven, CT. She remembers her early life in Church Street South and changes in the neighborhood, shares her drive for public...

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32:23
Gloria Weston-Smart, Joyce Thomas, and Joann Bynum Johnson

Sisters Gloria Weston-Smart (66), Joyce Thomas (64), and Joann Bynum Johnson (61) reminisce about their childhood together, remember family members who have passed away, and express gratitude for the tight-knit community that they grew up in.

On the N-word: "I believe the word is our reparation."

Recorded on Saturday, June 17, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and "the muse" LaNora Williams-Clark discuss growing up in public housing, the N-word, beauty standards, cultural appropriation, race and social justice in America. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have...