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- Out of Hand 7
- 1968 1
- April4 1
- Center for Spiritual Living Baltimore 1
- Civil Rights Movement 1
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One Small Step conversation partners Bonnie Clause (79) and Rev. Arnold Thomas [no age given] have an open and honest discussion about race.
One Small Step conversation partners Ansley Powell (20) and Anne Turner-Henson (67) discuss public health issues, COVID-19 vaccine rates, socialized medicine, and immigration.
Growing up in Milwaukee and Nigeria and how her husband and her were treated different based on race
Avis Max (73) talks to her One Small Step partner Rev. Melanie Marsh Baum (39) about growing up in all-white communities and how that differed from their individual perspectives.
Sherri Taylor (67) interviews her father, Vernon Frank Reeves (96), about what it was like being an educator in Okeechobee County, Florida during integration. They also talk about Vernon's childhood in Okeechobee and remember some characters from his hometown.
One Small Step conversation partners Bethany Zarinelli (33) and Jeannette Parker (48) discuss how their politics have changed over time.
One Small Step conversation partners Jerome Legions (66) and Warren Koontz (88) discuss politics and the large divide in this country.
Mother and daughter duo, Jennifer Williams (46) and Cameron King (19), share a conversation about the impacts of COVID-19 in their lives and contemplate their roles as white women allies in the Movement for Black Lives.
I took the time to interview my sister experience as being a white daughter and with a brown mom. (May 14, 2023)
The story of Herman's childhood through his early adulthood, growing up and living as a farmer in Burkeville, Virginia.
Interviewing my mother Kristi on her life from the 60s in Michigan to the present here in Massachusetts
Friends Greg Elliott (56) and James "Jay" Jackson (56) interview one another on their individual identities, how their race plays into experiences, and the importance of solidarity.
Elliot Schewel, 84, was interviewed by his daughter, Susan Schewel, 53 about his life in Lynchburg Virginia where he has lived all of his life. He told the story about his response to the Orson Wells radio program “War of...
Lexi Mckay is the Program Coordinator for Out of Hand theater, a freelance stage manager, and a writer. She's a part of the team that creates Equitable Dinners, a program which connects people through facilitated conversations about race and racism....
Jackson Moreton interviews Eldon Blount on November 28, 2018 in Oxford, MS. Eldon grew up in Memphis, TN during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. Public schools were still segregated and racial tensions were high. Eldon shares his experience...
Mother of middle schooler talks about opportunities at her son's elementary school and why she stayed in her community because of the educational opportunities despite initial racial profiling she received.
I interviewed my step-dad, Dennis Evans. We talked about how even though he grew up in conservative Poplar Bluff, Missouri, he is not a traditional southerner.
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.
Gwen Grant talks about her racial justice work in the Urban League of Kansas City, the challenges related to race relations and living into one's purpose.
One Small Step conversation partners Nicole Unice (44) and Brenda Brown-Grooms (66) discuss their paths to God and becoming pastors. They speak about issues of inequality and racism in America and how we are at a pivotal moment of opportunity...
In this discussion between a mother and daughter, Christina and Elizabeth Perez discuss the facets of Elizabeth’s life that have shaped her into who she is today. Beginning with her multiple moves as a child and her various exposure to...
Allison Bantimba is committed to anti-racist work and exploring creative ways to address systemic racism. She's a part of the design team and the main tech for Equitable Dinners. Here she talks about becoming more aware of racism in college,...
Friends and fellow "Rattlers," Darius Young (42) and Joe Kershaw (73), discuss the work Joe's family has done to keep Florida A&M University open, as well as the work Darius now does to preserve the legacy of those who fought...
A narrative of Theodora Lee Gregg's origins in Alabama, the story of her parents marriage, and moving to Ohio.
Friends Norman Hatter (79) and Steven McCutchan (80) discuss meeting civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr., and Stokely Carmichael. They talk about guiding their churches through racism and racial equity as they both have served different types of Christian...