Rita Shao and Zahraa Ally

Rita speaks about how being Asian has impacted them. From something as small as leaving their house to going to school, racial stereotypes follow them everywhere.

Unfolding the Past, Discovering the Future

In this interview, Olivia Simpson-Klein converses with her grandmother, Mary Klein, about how her upbringing in Florida influenced her beliefs and behaviors today. She speaks to the stained racial relations and segregation in the South as well as her response...

The Life of a Nuremberg Girl

Anne Ballard shares stories of her life growing up in Nuremberg during World War II, meeting her African American husband, and moving to America in the 1950s.

Axon-classmate

I interview Christina about how racial issues are impacting her, specifically on campus.

Lilly and Melissa discuss Synanon and equality
December 18, 2018 App Interview

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.

Experiences of a Hmong American student in the United States

Interview with a young Hmong American man about his family history and his own experiences growing up in America.

interview with grandma about her childhood and race

ancestors and her early life, how her childhood was affected by race

Ruby – St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s

Ruby, an African-American women who grew up in segregated St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s, discusses her first encounter with discrimination.

Windsurfing Race

Will and his father Jim Johnstone talk about a windsurfing race that Jim competed in during the 1990s.

A Spanish teacher from Missouri remembers the 50’s and 60’s

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...

Student Alessandra Woo with Rachel Skerritt, the first person of color head of school, at the oldest school in the country, Boston Latin.

13 year old Alessandra Woo interviews the first black Head of School at Boston Latin School, the oldest school in the country. They talk about navigating our fraught racial climate at a school with 2500 students and how the school...

Socialization and Body Image

This interview was geared towards body positivity, socialization and race and how it affected Brooklyn

memory lane

we talked about his favorite memories and what has kept him motivated his whole life

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Linda Mah and Hope Mutheu

One Small Step partners Linda Mah (57) and Hope Mutheu (19) talk about their upbringings and the impact of social media on current discourse. They reflect on how their social, political, and religious identities have shaped their lives.

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Susan Creasy and Allison Vogler

One Small Step conversation partners Susan Creasy (59) and Allison Vogler (65) discuss the current political climate, their values, navigating personal conflict, and the meaning of diversity.

Let’s have a talk dad

I decide to have a chat with my dad about high school, fear and curiosity

Volunteers In Service To America and Race in Milwaukee

I interviewed my grandfather about his time working with VISTA in 1969 in Milwaukee.

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Darius Prather and Leah Prather

Spouses, Darius Prather (35) and Leah Prather (27), discuss the work they do as community activists in their home city, Columbus, GA, the changes Columbus is undergoing, and the better future that they hope to help create for their four...