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Join us to get to know Ms. Jessica Blinkhorn, an art teacher with a wonderful personality, shares her performance in NY City, her view on the world, hatred, and self-love.
Today we talked about my experiences with death and how I’ve coped with the loses in my life.
Talking with my grandma about her life, her challenges, and her outlook on out country
The interviewee, my aunt, was alive for the transition period of integrating black students into segregated schools.
Born in India, my mom came here at a very young age. This was the land of opportunity but also very scary to be tossed in a new culture with a new language and having to figure out things day...
Interview with my mom where I ask her about if she’s proud of me and what advice she’d give her younger self.
Today I talked to my Nana who gave some interesting answers that I didn’t know about and had a lot of fun recording my interview
We talked about Jim’s childhood, grandparents, where he grew up, and hobbies. We also talked about why he moved to Utah and married my mom. Another topic was who influenced his life with work and sports.
Dick & Joyce Johnson have been married for 70 years – since Oct. 8, 1947. This is a conversation covering 1925-60.
Education and the arts are so important for this community. Be ready for change.
Hear advising stories of two award-winning advisors from the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at Georgia Tech.
Jessa recounts the many changes she has seen in just one year since her moving there. She explains her vision for the community and how powerful resident voices can be when unified.
Pointed but open ended questions about life in general with plenty of light hearted tangents.
Interview with Darlene Wagner.
John Atkinson, Sr. bought property on Holly St. and Simpson Rd. and his GA Supreme Court case ended redlining and mortgage blocking in GA.
The Turnipseed family grew up in Grove Park and left during the Great White Flight.
Roddy and Gert discuss history and current work of The AIDS Memorial Quilt
Interview was about her life and all aspects of it from childhood to being a grandmother
US Army Veteran Ben Dininger interviewing Awad Awad, a professor at the University of North Georgia. They speak on Arab culture, being an Arab-American, and life in general.
We talked about my mom’s family heritage, her history, and asked some interesting questions.