Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
- Surveillance 10
- assembly lines 2
- Racial profiling 10
- Racism 3
- Military service 2
- people of color 2
- 89 more
- Boise PublicLibrary 1
- Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians (CWRIC) 1
- Georgia State University 1
- JACL 1
- Japanese American Citizens League 1
- 6 more
Dhruv Patel (17) speaks with his school counselor Preethy Jayant (38) about identity and culture, and shares how impactful it has been to work with her, as she was his first South Asian teacher.
Ethyl tells of her experience growing up in California and staying under surveillance in Japan during WWII.
In this Interview I speak with Pedro Contreras about his experiences with racism and racial profiling in the U.S. specifically at Columbus Ohio, where he attended law school at The Ohio State University.
Erica Lim (31) interviews Yadira de la Riva (36) about growing up in the border towns of El Paso, TX and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Yadira describe her mother, who worked hard to support her family. They also talk about the...
Al Pola (62) connects with their One Small Step partner, Mani Mahadevan (60) over their experience as immigrants and discuss topics like cultural identity, police perceptions of the public, and racism.
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.
Bryan Yee (38) speaks with his One Small Step conversation partner Brandon "Wes" Dennis (38) about their introduction to politics, Black Lives Matter, the Second Amendment, and their hopes for the 2020 election.
Dr. Brian H. Williams (50) talks with his wife Kathianne Sellers Williams (45) about the issue of race within the country and their own relationship, Brian's experience being the trauma surgeon on duty the night of the July 7th shooting...
Tom Kearns (68) tells his daughter Emily Kearns (33) about his career as a carpenter and furniture maker, working for Ford Motor Company, living in Detroit after the 1967 rebellion, and his experience as a father.
Abigail Schneier (17) interviews her friend Rosella Scott, Jr. (84) about his experience in the military, his family, and his union career of more than 50 years.
In May 2020, communities across the United States were emerging from shelter-at-home measures put in place to stem the COVID-19 pandemic. In Minneapolis, George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, was killed when a white police officer kneeled on his neck...
Christine Carter: 2021-01-08 13:26:31 - We talked about the events of 2020, Covid-19 & Leslie's mother, concerns about the vaccine, racial justice & the impact on her family (especially concerns for her teenage nephew), connections to her work as a...
Dr. Warren Minami, National Japanese American Memorial Foundation (NJAMF) Chair Emeritus, recounts his early life experience at the Gila River, Arizona incarceration camp and its impact on him and his family, including their later involvement with Asian American causes. Unedited...