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Matthew Breman (50) speaks with his mother Vicki Breman (76) about her life growing up, transition to adulthood, world travels, and work life.
As America's Covid-19 cases continue to multiply, the virus exposes inequity throughout our society and claims a disproportionate number of black lives. Citizen Advocate, Derona King is healing racial trauma by promoting good health and nutritional wellness with Zilphy's Garden...
Ed Hall and his sister Toni Baker talk about their earliest years in Mobile, Alabama. Toni talks about her education at diocesan schools--St. Peter Claver and Heart of Mary--and at Michigan State University in Lansing.
My niece, Kendall, took a half hour out of her busy #StayHome schedule to tell me about 2020 from a kid's perspective. We talk COVID-19, distance learning, and keeping body, mind, and feelings healthy.
Veronica B. Salcedo (40) talks with her friend Alex Thomas (34) about growing up in and moving away from her Filipino American hometown.
Edward Austin Hall [no age given] interviews his friend Vandy Beth Glenn [no age given] about their friendship, her breakfast salons modeled after the Algonquin Roundtable, and her journey as a transgender woman who also has served in the military.
Spouses Douglas Wood (51) and Hogai Nassery (52) talk about their lives together as a married couple. They focus on their initial meeting, navigating dating and marriage as a Muslim and a Baptist, and how both both families were initially...
Terence Lester (36) and his friend and mentor, Jeff Hilimire (43) talk about their non-profit work in Atlanta, Georgia, how they met, and the ways in which they inspire each other through their work.
Katie Reily planted the seeds that would grow and blossom into The Waldorf School of Atlanta. What started as an inspired idea and small home classroom, over three decades ago - continues to thrive as the ever-growing Waldorf community in...
Reemberto "Rembe" Rodriguez Jr. (34) interviews his father, Reemberto Rodriguez Sr. (61) about his transition from living in Cuba to the United States. They remember Reemberto Sr.'s parents who died shortly after the move and the family who supported Reemberto...
A Waldorf School of Atlanta teacher (games/movement and woodworking) and WSA FOUNDING PARENT- Francisco Moreno – shares a bit of history, as well as some of the challenges, rewards and insights he has gained as a founding member of the...
I, Marco Maccarrone, interviewed my mother Lamia Sbihi on November 26th.
I interviewed my great grandfather about his life and his inspirations and experiences.
Judy Robkin (66) interviews her husband Shai Robkin (66) about the early part of their marriage, including living in Israel for several years. They both grew up in Atlanta and have known each other since 2nd grade.
Warren Crawford describes how he met his future wife, Helen Whitehead, while visiting a friend at Crawford W. Long Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. He also describes their honeymoon, a person stealing his wallet within their new home one evening and...
Sue Rusche (79) is founder and CEO of National Families in Action, an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization that protects children from addictive drugs by shining light on the science that underlies their effects. NFIA marked its 40th anniversary in November 2017....
Shannon Turner (42) interviews her friend Eleanor Brownfield (71) about Eleanor's life, particularly her childhood as an adopted child, her life in the theatre, and her activism.
Terry Chartock (50) interviews her friend Daniel Ellison (89) about his career working in hotels and hotel clubs and the famous people he met through his work.
Clifford Mack (56) talks to his friend, Brian Purcell (48) about their friendship and Clifford helping his nephew, Mickey.
Friends, Elizabeth "Betsy" Corn Pass (40) and Bonnie Ruszczyk (46), talk about their friendship and respective notable moments in their lives.
Sabrina Grossman (34) interviews her friend, Demethris Hester (49), about his most notable memories as a client of Back on My Feet, an Atlanta-based nonprofit that uses running to help those experiencing homelessness to become self-sufficient.