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Demi Clark has been in the work force for almost 20 years now. She has recently switched her job and has recently graduated from an advanced class at Yale. However she has faced a fare deal of career complications in...
The interview covers my Grandma's perspective on her life and important events of recent history including The Civil Rights Movement, Feminism, JFK's Assasination, and 9/11.
I spoke with my sister about her life and beliefs
Emma Henderson interviews Lauren Sheath on feminism, faith, Michelle Obama and the value of a pun.
Research and connections are discussed between the two books.
The phrase the “Modern Muslim Woman” has become a common phrase that’s been adopted to label Muslim American women. I interviewed Dr. Suzy Ismail, a known Islamic speaker and author on what she thinks about the term and whether it...
Me talking with my mom about her life and the things that were done in it
Nathan Toon, a senior at Ralston Valley High School, discusses his struggles with the privileged RV community.
An active lifestyle as an engineer, educator, mother; she has a warm and positive outlook.
We talked about Elen’s beliefs on feminism and how it shaped her life.
This interview contained me asking Kira about common stereotypes and assumptions people may have towards women
A grandmother and son talk about the struggles of losing a child and a mother as well as what it’s like to be a single woman pathing her own way in the south.
A discussion about some of the major differences in expectations and life for women in the 1930s-40s compared to modern day.
Ruth meyerowitz speaks about her experience teaching in the UB women’s studies program
A mother daughter interview which focuses on what it means to be a woman in Navajo culture. This is unraveled through the heavily symbolic coming of age ceremony for girls: The Kinaalda.
An interview with my mom about her life. This interview is full of laughs and some tears near the end.
A conversation about how music influences society, gender empowerment, and ideals from the perspective of a 16 year old girl growing up in a musical family.
This is an interview about women in today’s society in the United States from a professional’s point of view.
After being recommended the Poisonwood Bible, Ella Pope and Mrs. Saunders discuss the novel. Excuse the announcements at the end.
I interview a friend of 5 years to find out more about his views on the society pressures placed on men and his views on feminism
Tamara M. Parker (48) talks with her sons, Caleb Morgan (27) and Corbet Morgan (24), about their perspective on the #MeToo movement and how it has changed their awareness of sexually harassment and inappropriate behavior.
"Someone's maleness should never be a license for... anything." Oxford and Yale-educated Judy Gingold, joined Newsweek in its 70's heyday, and led a feminist revolution. https://www.npr.org/2012/09/09/160685709/good-girls-revolt-story-of-a-newsroom-uprising In 2017, she was diagnosed with memory impairment, and her husband, David Freeman, agreed...