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My mother is among the first women computer programmers. She started her journey as a programmer and ended as CIO. Amazing journey for an African American woman in the 1960s.
In a conversation with Alison, Katie talks about her family, raising girls to be strong, smart and bold, and becoming acutely aware of gender in her role as an advocate for young women in Richmond Community Schools. Katie shares her...
Yo Azama: 2020-11-23 19:21:14 Yo Azama (51) talks to his friend and mentor, Ann Jordan (63), about her mother Tei Dacus (97) who moved to the US to pursue her dream in 1950's and began her career as an educator.
The story of black woman persecuted most of her life and still reaches the top
Growing up in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, and women's issues today.
A brief look at a Southern African woman’s life, challenges and travels. Casually interviewed by her son and daughter in law.
We interviewed our Grandmother, Constance McLindon. She worked at the National Science Foundation and was the only woman in such a high position. Constance worked closely with Bob Con and Vint Surf and was very successful in everything she did.
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,...
In this interview, conducted November 25, 2018 in Dallas Texas, Saira Shetty interviews her grandma Uma Bhandary. Uma recounts what life was like growing up in South India during the mid 20th century. She shares stories about her childhood and...
In this interview, conducted virtually via zoom on November 15, 2021, 22 year old student Ally Shatter interviews her mother, almost 60 year old Jeanne Shatter about what it was like for her growing up as a little girl back...
My great Aunt Donna is blind. She is a strong women. When she was 11 she was diognosed with disbities. After that, she became blind. That through find bumps in her road, but she had my great uncle Rob and...
We are driving to a Duke game with my mom, my grandma, my dad and me. I am interviewing my grandma.
Discussion with two professional women who were raised in New York.
American life through the eyes and passion of an educator. Including the perspective of Tracy Langley, a white, immigrant, woman, and educator.
I’m glad I got to know my mom a little more in a different way. I love her and she’s been through a lot so I respect her in every way possible
While the obstacles were not directly addressed, my mom talked about her growth as a person overtime.
Isabella Berruti talks about how Covid-19 is affecting her and her jewelry online business.
A person who can go through multiple losses, play sports, and be passionate about her work is a truly great person to be around; that person is Luanne Regis. Luanne is a black woman from Trinidad & Tobago, in the...
Jill Savitt is the CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, a partner of Equitable Dinners. She believes that bringing people together, across differences, is the key to understanding and progress. Her background professionally is in contemporary...
In this interview, conducted on November 30, 2018, Sarla Kripalani (78) speaks about her various accomplishments- from being an important woman leader in her industry to being the president of a big organization.