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Leola Walker and Corinthians Walker

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Stephanie Thompson and Pamela Fairley

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Freeman Hrabowski and Eunice Cho

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Tokeya Graham and Keilani Graham

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Cleon Jones Jr., Angela Jones, and Cleon Jones Sr.

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Mona Wilson, DeWayne Simmons, and Joseph Hall

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Maxie D. Collier and Schatar Sapphira Collier

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Johnnie Cole and Pat Simmons

Pat Simmons (64) interviews her mother Johnnie Cole (89) about being given away as a young child and the impact that that has had on her life and understanding of family.

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Xuanning Fu and Shantay Davies-Balch

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Geneliz Herrera and Tyler Kebreau

Friends Geneliz Herrera (18) and Tyler Kebreau (18) ask each other questions about their lives. They discuss their passions, families, regrets, hopes, and ways in which they've grown.

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Maya Hale and Christopher Mason-Hale

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Opal Jones and Brenda Armour

Brenda Armour [no age given] speaks to her colleague Opal Jones [no age given] about working at Cooper House, a place to house and support people with HIV and AIDS.

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Bryant O’Hara and Edward Hall

Edward Austin Hall (59) talks with his friend Bryant O'Hara (50) about his life and writing.

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Obiajula Ugbomah and Mark Ugbomah

Mark Ugbomah (34) asks his father, Obiajula Ugbomah (58), about his childhood, migrating to the United States, and finding home and belonging in music and important interpersonal relationships.

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Alice Bussey and Kiplyn Primus

Kiplyn Primus (60) interviews her friend Dr. Alice White Bussey (75) about Dr. Bussey's career in business, her personal history, and her experiences as the first female president of The Atlanta Business League.

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Mukasa Agnes Flavia and Tatjana Andrews

Mukasa "Flavia" Agnes Flavia (44) speaks with her friend and colleague Tatjana Andrews (30) about her experiences as a refugee, a mother, and a superwoman.

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Andrew Walker and Mordecai Walker

Andrew Walker (62) shares a conversation with his father, Mordecai Walker (97), about Mordecai’s experiences growing up in Citrus Park, the different athletes he met, running track while in college, boxing in the Army, and meeting his wife.

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Maron Pettes and Michele Pettes

Michele Pettes (46) interviews her husband, Maron Andrew Pettes (43), about the beginning to their relationship. Maron is black and Michele is white. In the beginning, Michele's parents weren't too happy about their relationship.

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Shamia Brightful and Mothyna James-Brightful

Shamia Brightful (32) talks with her sister-in-law Mothyna James-Brightful (36) about their relationship, and her appreciation and admiration for Mothyna's confidence and her work for women's wellness. Mothyna talks about her own journey in making conscious commitments to herself and...

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Finley Campbell and Elizabeth Thomas

Finley Campbell (81) is interviewed by his mentee Elizabeth Thomas (52) about his life as an educator, black panther organizer, and a child of the segregation era.