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Tamar Brown (31) interviews her mother Pauline Thompson (66) about Pauline's life, including her experiences as an illegal immigrant in Canada, her life when she returned to Jamaica, and how she started her own sewing business that she and Tamar...
Colleagues Ann Cramer (77) and Jennifer Hartz (53) have a conversation about their respective experiences as members of the Corporate Volunteer Council in Atlanta as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Kayla Hafidi (33) interviews her father, Jerome Smith (73), about his life, focusing on his time growing up in a segregated Atlanta and his time in the military as a member of the Army Security Agency.
Alex Coleman (50) and her niece Karla Montgomery-Ramirez (28) have a conversation about how both came to the United States from Colombia and the experiences they've had that led them to start Energy Works ATL, a holistic health and family...
Conversation partners Renee Marchol (43) and Brenda Ford (50) talk about the role hobbies play in their respective lives, focusing on roller skating and specific experiences each have had while doing that.
Kia Spearman (27) has a conversation with her boyfriend, Fredrik Hammarbäck (30), about their experience as a couple dating someone from another country.
Kia Spearman (27) talks to her father, James Spearman (66), about his experiences growing up as a black male in Georgia, and about her feelings and hopes for her own life and the future of the United States.
Friends, former roommates, and recent college graduates, Jad Elchahal (22) and Ryan King (23), have a conversation about Ryan's recent trip to Atlanta as well as their experiences as seniors in college during the COVID-19 pandemic and their thoughts about...
Sharon Ross (45) has a conversation with her father Larry Lee Duncan, Sr. (80) and her great aunt Sarah Petty Smith Mitchell (89) about their family and some of its history in Georgia.
Stephen Dawkins (60) interviews his mother, Tinye Dawkins (86), about her life, including her childhood in Atlanta during the time of segregation, her family, and her career as a nurse.