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Bernard Scott Rush, 68, by his daughter, Nicole Rush (Maat Free), 35, about growing up in Mississippi then moving to New York City.
Evaine Kirkland (21) and his mother Tara Kirkland-Rainey (61) talk about becoming an adopted family and how Evaine's life has changed.
Marlyn Tillman () tells Autumn Blanchard (31) about her experiences as a parent and education advocate.
Akiba Shabazz talks with her daughters Naja and Zuri about her life growing up with her parents in Memphis, her marriages and travels.
Sisters Raja Hayat (66) and Eugenia Scott (65) interview their mother, Fannie B. Martin (88) about her early life in West Virginia, moving to Buffalo and her love of singing.
Shanta Nunn-Baro (43) and Staci Croom-Raley (42) have a conversation about their friendship, who they were when they were teenagers, and who they have become now.
Christina Mongomery (25) talks to facilitator Eloise Melzer (29) about being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 2 years ago and how it has affected her life.
LaWanda Jones (38) interviews her son, Joseph Jones (13), about his involvement in the WINGS Performing Arts Program at Lynn Meadows Discovery Center in Gulfport, MS. They talk about how Joseph's experiences on stage have helped him come out of...
Colleagues Venita Barnette, 53, and Erin Berglind, 31, talk about their love of teaching and the experiences they've had as teachers.
Samuel Huff (76) is interviewed by two of his grandchildren, Samuel Washington (age not given) and Jasmine Washington (23) about his life experiences, including: growing up in Natchez, MS; meeting his wife, Lillie; his career as an educator, and the...
As part of the Reimagine Education Forum, Kelli shares a major event in her life that helped shape her passion for education.
Cousins, Felicia Tolbert (45) and Aleasia Adams (39) remember their grandmother, Mary Christine Burrell Harper, and the impact she left on their family.
Roohi Yeshpaul Johnson (32) speaks with her colleague and friend Danielle Wilburn (35) about rising up and reaching back, being an advocate for the underdog, navigating being a woman of color in life and the workplace, and finding your path.
Ozzie L. Cross (78) is interviewed by her daughter Kimberly A. Cross Spears (52) about her memories growing up in the 1950s, meeting her husband, becoming a mother, and other life experiences.
Celestine Sibley Fleming (56) interviews her friend Edward Austin Hall (59) about his novel and writing process.
Friends Aarika Wood (41) and DonnaAnn Ward (56) share a conversation about their upbringings, their friendship, and their experiences with race and racism in Baltimore. MD.
Tyrone Ash (65) tells his new friend Kiplyn Primus (54) about his family's legacy, from an ancestor who escaped from a slave ship to eleven high-achieving Black siblings making a name for themselves during desegregation.
Melanie Hill (43) and her husband, Edward "Ed" Hill Jr. (54), reflect on falling in love with each other and the role Melanie's father played in their lives.
Ariyah Smith [no age given] and her friend, Aaron Atkins (32), talk about family, friends, race, growing up in Alton, IL, and how the COVID-19 Pandemic has affected their lives.
LaKesha Johnson (50) talks with her mother Gloria Lee (75) about her life in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. Gloria reminisces about her experiences as a "Grady Baby," a social worker in the Kirkwood community, and a volunteer for the...
Renfroe Middle School student Lucy Yates (14) interviews former Renfroe Middle School Principal Cliff Chandler (75) about growing up under segregation, being one of the first Black teachers to work at Decatur High School, and integration of the Decatur City...
Whitney Hill (26) and her cousins, Jor'Donna Bogan (32), and Joanna Bogan (24) talk about dealing with Joanna's autism and their current work. Whitney started a storytelling project, called SPORK!, in order to collect the stories of those who are...
Susan Ross (62) interviews her friend, fellow Atlanta photographer, Jim Alexamber (78) about his experiences as the first Atlanta Jazz Festival photographer and his more than fifty years of photographing jazz artists.