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This is an individual interview of Duane Sylvestre in which he discusses his experiences as an bar professional, reflecting his Trinidadian heritage in his approach to mixology, the visibility of Black bartenders in the industry, and how the service industry has changed as a result of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter protests.
In this interview, Fannie Robinson and her daughter Nadine Lockard discuss moving into a predominantly white neighborhood in Washington, D.C., attending an interracial church, and Lockard's experience in the D.C. school system. Nadine also speaks about becoming a special education teacher in the District. Robinson explains working in school lunch rooms and at the Marriott Hadsa. Robinson describes her husbands and boyfriends.