Race in America

What it's like being black in America

Bouffard- Influence

About race and racism in general. Her thoughts about media portal of race and what she can do to help.

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Cassandra Adams and David Wilson
December 4, 2019 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Cassandra Adams (54) and David Wilson (54) talk about expectations leading up to this first time meeting and conversation. They discuss stereotypes, race, and their families.

Kate MacDonald – Classmate Interview

The interview was about how race affected Ali’s life, especially at at her high school and Lasell, and how people should speak up about and not be silenced.

The Fear in Racism

I discuss, with my mother some of her past experiences dealing with racism. While primarily focusing on her experiences and emotions surrounding the incidents, we also discuss some of the emotions and motivations behind racism.

Patsy Reynolds: Our Housekeeper and Friend

After working for the Crawford family for 35 years, Patsy still remains a constant in our lives. She is a friend, and most of all, family.

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Patricia Gray and Cassandria Campbell

Cassandria Campbell (35) interviews her colleague, Patricia "Pat" Gray (73), about her role as a founding member of The Food Project and the way it helped her find her purpose.

Interview 1: Kym Clark Akers (sociology)

Racial injustice in Memphis and personal connection to it. COVID-19 affects.

Common Ground Tacony Oral History Project: Charles Tyson Jr.

A fairly recent transplant from West Philadelphia to Tacony, Charles is an artist, singer, dancer and event producer in the performing arts of Philadelphia. Charles gives insight into his involvement in the flourish Art scene in Tacony, also known as...

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LaRome Armstrong and Curtis Pierce

Friends LaRome Armstrong (54) and Curtis Pierce (48) engage in conversation about LaRome's many faces: as an artist in dance, drama, music, film, and writing, as a strong black man growing up in Texas, and as an activist in the...

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Julaine Hunter and Rhonda Jones

One Small Step participants Julaine Hunter (49) and Rhonda Jones (52) talk about the ways their childhoods shaped their politics, how COVID has affected them, and the recent loss of Julaine's daughter.

Claire’s race

Claire’s Saturday cross country race

Winnie Kibe and Amya Oliver talk about Winnie’s life as a first-generation immigrant and college student.
November 27, 2018 App Interview

In this interview conducted on November 26th, 2018, Amya (21) interviews her friend Winnie (21) about her experiences as a first-generation immigrant and college student. Winnie shares what it was like to grow up experiencing two different cultures simultaneously (Kenyan...

Changing times

We looked at the differences of diversity in television. In this interview I ask my mother about the changes we seen in television with diversity.

Common Ground Tacony: Troy Part II

Troy and I sit and interview as the Black Lives Matter for vigil gets underway one short block from Sawtown Tavern. A peaceful demonstration is about to begin as Troy and I discuss how Sawtown is intent on creating a...

Bouffard- Peer

We talked about race and the things that happen on Campus.

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Edward Hall and Daniel Horowitz

Friends and colleagues, Edward Austin Hall (59) and Daniel Horowitz Garcia (51), talks about role playing games and character creation.