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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...
This was for a class project on racial discrimination.
How life was as a black male
POV on race in America.
Race and space
While some of the evocative photos reflect the drama of what is thought of as the challenge of past race relations I have vivid recollection of the issue from personal experience.
Interview with a young Hmong American man about his family history and his own experiences growing up in America.
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.
Pedro Damasceno (17) speaks to Michael (Mike) DelPercio (99). Interview hosted by Pine Crest’s Photography Club at the Willowood Brookdale resident center on August 9th, 2017. Mike shares the story of his life; New York, the Navy, and love. c/o...
A short interview about Breana's experience of being biracial in America.
This interview was geared towards body positivity, socialization and race and how it affected Brooklyn
I interview my Uncle Dan on the race riots and racial tensions of the latter 60s and how much that has changed in Detroit today.
My grandmother, Laura, grew up in Haiti and moved to the United States when she was 26. In this first part of our interview she discusses what it was like growing up in Haiti, why she left Haiti, and talks...
Interview with Melissa discussing the issue of race in our society
We talked about Jamaal’s life, his passions and his life philosophies.
Ruby, an African-American women who grew up in segregated St. Louis, Missouri in the 1960’s, discusses her first encounter with discrimination.
I interviewed my grandfather about his time working with VISTA in 1969 in Milwaukee.
A grandson talks to his grandfather about his childhood, civic responsibility and the future of African Americans.
I decide to have a chat with my dad about high school, fear and curiosity
ancestors and her early life, how her childhood was affected by race
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.
Will and his father Jim Johnstone talk about a windsurfing race that Jim competed in during the 1990s.
Race and space interview with my mom.