I. tells the story of leaving Somalia and coming to the United States and experiencing racism when her family moved to Maine.
No Class member Drew talks about the importance of shared language to talk about common experiences like wage.
No Class member Angie talks about stories her mother told her about growing up poor and what it was like for her growing up working class and why its important to understand these experiences.
Tina recounts stories of her failures to properly navigate the rules and boundaries of class as a child.
No Class member Sally talks about times when there wasn’t much left in the pantry to feed her kids and other challenges of being working class and raising kids.
No Class member Priscilla talks about what it means to have benefited from a scholarship to go to college and the importance of continuing to be a leader in the struggle against classism.
No Class member Priscilla talks about growing up as a working class minister’s daughter and always moving.