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Brother and sister Thomas Dawkins (49) and Jill Henderson (57) talk about Thomas’ memories from growing up in their family, losing loved ones, and the life lessons the two have learned over the years.
Hope Hawkins (69) talks with Roger Hawkins (71) about the murder of her mother, grief, resilience, and learning to befriend her pain.
Mary Beth Anderson (56) remembers the life and death of her brother, John, with her dear friend, Emily Gurnon (57).
Grace Souder (26) interviews her friend, Ja'Mesha Holmes (23) about growing up and living in New Orleans.
Ms. Traumann (55) reminisced about her father, Michael, a German who immigrated to Brazil where he farmed. Mr. Davis (58) talks about the history of violence in his extended family.
Friends Mike Wegner (71) and Ron Pollack (69) talk about meeting as young white college students in New York, and their subsequent involvement in the Civil Rights movement, including the Freedom Summer. They talk about how it shaped the rest...
Irene F. Borgenson (84) talks to her friend Jane Lionberger (67) about meeting her husband, about her sons, and about directing the choir at the Presbyterian Retirement Home where she lives now.
Our mother's (Marsha) experiences as a child in New York through her decision to move her husband and family to Baltimore County, MD in 1989.