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William Silva, 63, and his daughter, Laylah Silva, 38 talk about William’s life growing up coming back an d forth from Cuba to the United States, and their unconventional family.
Rev. Thomas R. Noon (66) talks with his daughter Jessica Estrada (32) about his time leading a black Lutheran congregation in Birmingham, AL.
Chris Sams (41) insights with his chosen father, Russell Lowery-Hart (51) in a conversation about how the two became family members and what the journey has been like.
Chandler Warth, a conversation about his beliefs, himself, and times of doubt.
I’m in Texas and I remembered about this assignment. So I decided to interview a stranger I saw in this building I’m in.
Partners Sam Bisno (19) and Sabrina Kim (18) discuss spending time with Sam’s family in Pittsburgh and being in an interracial relationship.
Lori Bruggman Rausch, 67, tells husband, Jim Rausch, 68, about her life growing up in North Dakota and Minnesota. They discuss their decades-long marriage and the many moves the family made due to Jim’s career as a Kimberly-Clark executive. They...
We talked about her memories of major events in history and the changes in America that has happened through her life.
interview about post-racialism, communism and like, hierarchies?
Gissell and Bri talked about Bri's adoption and race, how it affected her life. Bri wants to go into Social Justice/Work as a career now.
I’m Livia Graf and I’m being interviewed by Liv Scadina. We’re both seniors and go to school together. This podcast is about our Ethnic Literature final, where I wrote an essay about how a girl in my class thought I...
Taylor Eadie (18) talks with Diya Kishore (18) about the highs and lows of being apart of the LGBTQ+ community as a white male in his past and present.
Ellie Bryan (21) talks to her friend Jeanne Boutang Croud (59) about her upbringing in Minneapolis and her racial identity - her mother is white, her father is biracial. Ellie is usually assumed to be white by people.
A white response to a now commonly asked question for this 21st century generation.
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.