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Ella and her mentor/manager Nadia reflect on their experience at Hillary Clinton’s “victory party” at the Javits Center on election night 2016, and on what Clinton’s loss meant to them as women and coworkers.
Four high school men discuss the effects of males with low self esteem. Also how this topic can connect to the political process.
This discussion is one in which we all speak of certain topics that pertain to the certain abilities and inabilities of both men and women.
For this podcast we discuss if stay-at-home mothers vs. working mothers have a significant impact on their children growing up
Our experience and explanation of different sex friends. We believe that it should be alright to have them without being judged about it.
This was an interview with my dad about his opinions on the world and issues. His opinions do not necessarily reflect mine.
We will be discussing the expectations of parenting and the way it affects teens and our thinking. Society has so many expectations of how each parent is supposed to act.
We delve into the topic of how stay-at-home mothers vs working mothers have an impact on their children growing up and the gender norms that come along with them.
In this podcast, we discuss how media bias ties into the roles of men, women, and politics.
Samueli seniors discuss clothing colors, jewelry, and toys and there gender roles.
We are discussing this because it shows how parents today values so much about how boys should be boys and girls should be girls. This matters because it shapes your views how you expects others to be and it shape...
The goal for this project is to broaden our perspectives on topics like language, gender, and politics by learning from other people’s life stories. We found that the connecting thread through all of our personal stories that dealt with these...
We talked about the politics in America and what was my stepdad’s opinion on it.
Judy shares what she sees changing in SF currently and how her own life changed with involvement in the 1968 SF State strike, joining the women’s movement, and going to Cuba in 1973.
In this interview, conducted on Thanksgiving, 2015 in a suburb of Cleveland, Dylan Caine (16) asks his mother, Shelly Pesick-Caine (56), about her quintessentially American upbringing in the suburbs of Detroit. Born into a caring and hardworking family of six,...
Since that time, both Khalid and Ali have changed a lot. So these opinions are also subject to change.