“Your own story really is ‘not that bad.’ It involves men catcalling you in the street. There is one time your friend decided to call back and the angry man wouldn’t leave the two of you alone for another ten minutes. Your story encapsulates that one time walking home from a friend’s in the summer time and a car with at least three men followed you for a bit, drove off, and then circled back around.”
“Like many, I learned a lot in college. I learned that I didn’t like sociology and that it was pretty easy to finish a minor. I learned that I matter and that toxic people aren’t worth my time. And slowly over the course of those years, I learned that I was bi.”
Decades after the integration of schools, James Shields talks about race in higher education.
Nishta J. Mehra talked about her upbringing, her family, and her book.
Author Naomi Raquel Enright talks about being mixed-race, multicultural and a mom.
Writers F. Douglas Brown and Anika Fajardo talk about their books and their experiences being mixed-race.
Professors Tara Betts and Sean Fredrick Forbes talk about their anthology, The Beiging of America, a book about what it means to be mixed-race.
Activist Mia Ives-Rublee is a disabled, transracial adoptee working to make spaces more accessible to all.
Sam Manas talks about what it means to be mixed-race and pass as white.
Over 50 years after Loving v. Virginia, Zyda Culpepper-Mellon and Ricardee Franks talk about what it means to love someone of a different race.