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Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: With 5 generations in Andover and as a descendant of slaves, Heidi Lawrence sits down with me to talk about her life and legacy. Her family is one of the five original African-American families to...
Alex talks with a co-worker - Jason, about drugs, prison, discrimination, family, and much more. This conversation took place in Wilmington, Delaware 04/13/2021
On November 23, 2017 Leah Hall Interviews her grandma Lorrianne Green about her life. Lorrianne explains to Leah what it was like growing up African American in the Great Depression era. And how it affected her family and her life....
Today I will be interviewing Shanel Evans and we will discuss the importance of media from when she was growing up, and how it has impacted her life.
Interviewing my friend Ain on the representation of minorities in Social Media with the use of Black Twitter.
A Nana tells her grandson what it was like growing up in the country and city during the Second World War, being Black in segregated America, and other challenges she faced later in life.
Not long ago, people of color were more heavily mistreated, denied opportunities, and denied respect based on one thing. On November 29th, 2017, 14 year old Jason Ridley interviews his 85 year old grandfather, John Ridley III, about his time...
Black gay men must be seen, heard, affirmed and respected. Lee Perry has worked for years to help accomplish that -- from serving on the board of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center, helping plan the annual Pride parade, and now...
A person who can go through multiple losses, play sports, and be passionate about her work is a truly great person to be around; that person is Luanne Regis. Luanne is a black woman from Trinidad & Tobago, in the...
Maythinee Washington interviews her "Uncle Ted" (Edward Wilcox Holland, Jr., Esq), the best friend of her father, Pearlis "Wash" Washington (CMSGT, Air Force) about their friendship: how they met, and their adventures together from Thailand to Hawaii.
Lee discusses the sociopolitical existence for LGBTQ and/or African-American people and in the age of a politically conservative culture with Donald Trump in the White House.
I got to interview my great-aunt Iris this Thanksgiving, and she shared stories with me about her having a buisness at a young age.
At the age of 20, I was pregnant and determined to have an abortion, but my dad encouraged me to keep Faith. Ever since that choice, my life has been filled with a good love from the most authentic person...
This is a peak into my father, Robert Mbiu’s, life, his struggles, and his passions.
Anne Ballard shares stories of her life growing up in Nuremberg during World War II, meeting her African American husband, and moving to America in the 1950s.
A group of African-American "sista friends," Talethia Edwards (39), Valerie George (38) and Anita Wimberly [no age given], chat about life, intimate platonic friendships, family, marriage and the importance of their bond in the African-American community. They talk about the...
Getting the insight information on Texas legend and UTEPrunning backs coach Barrick Nealy.
The life and struggles of the african american people in Mississippi and the hero’s that are often not talked about in these cities and the impacts they had on the occupants of those towns lives and influence on them to...
My mother is among the first women computer programmers. She started her journey as a programmer and ended as CIO. Amazing journey for an African American woman in the 1960s.
In this interview I talked to my mom that is 40 years old about our family. We went deep in the history of our family and the last jobs that my late grandfather took place in. Also about my grandmother...
I’m this interview we talk about how how my Grandma was a sharecropper growing up and about the struggles and good times she has gone through in her lifetime.
The purpose of this interview was to compare the life of an African American male and the life of women to show the similar struggles we go through.