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- College 4
- Chester Children's Chorus 2
- Mural Arts Philadelphia 2
- School 2
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John Alston talks about his decades founding and directing the Chester Children’s Chorus.
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.
A grandson talks to his grandfather about his childhood, civic responsibility and the future of African Americans.
Interviewing a friend for my Women’s Voices class. Includes discussion related to gender, sexuality, and Native American background.
A discussion on growing up as the “odd one out” in a caucasian neighborhood, and discovering family values through media and human interraction.
I asked my mother about the strong women in her life growing up and how they influenced her. We also talked about her outlook on life in Chicago today and gun control.
Courtney talks about how her experiences and beliefs have influenced and shaped her life today
This interview was geared towards body positivity, socialization and race and how it affected Brooklyn
Lilly asks her mother, Melissa, about her experience growing up in Synanon, a cult with a diverse community of people. Melissa explains how that affected her view of race and equality while growing up in the 1970’s.
A white response to a now commonly asked question for this 21st century generation.
What Mohammed think about prejudices in our society ? Is Mohammed a prejudice person ?
This interview, is with my mother. I come from an eccentric African American and Latino family, and today we sit down and discuss so history.
John Alston talks about decades of founding and directing the Chester Children’s Chorus
My interview summary: I interview my grandma about living in the 50’s and 60’s. She talks about her childhood, and what it was like in high school during a time of racial tension. She talks about taking a group of...
My dad, Charles E. Johnson Jr., talked with me about him life growing up in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. We discuss racism, segregation, life lessons, and family. We end on talking about the funny story of my birth.