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Charlotte Nyagakye and Eliya Maombi Nyagakye

Charlotte Nyagakye [no age given] talks with her son, Eliya Maombi Nyagakye (19) about major events in her life, like coming to the United States from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and getting married.

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Connie Lee and Lynn Thompson

Reverend Connie Lee (65) talks with her friend, Lynn Thompson (72), about their friend Charles Black and the various ministries they are involved with at the First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta.

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34:00
Bennie Newroth and Althelia Butler

Sisters Bennie Newroth (77) and Althelia Butler (69) talk about their elementary school in the East Highland community. They remember their teachers, the high educational standards the school set for the students, and the impact the teachers had on their...

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A’Dorian Murray-Thomas and Lakita Lloyd

A'Dorian Murray-Thomas (25) is interviewed by her mentee Lakita Lloyd (18) about the organization that she founded called SHE Wins, and what inspired her to start it. The pair reflect on the impact that the organization has had on young...

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41:01
Veronica Airey Wilson and Doreen Forrest

Veronica Airey Wilson [no age given] shares a conversation with Doreen Forrest [no age given] about how they each came to the US and about their involvement in the West Indian Social Club.

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38:15
Thomas Flanagan and Lisa Flanagan

Thomas Flanagan (69) tells his daughter, Lisa Flanagan (46), about playing sports while growing up in Atlanta.

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52:03
George Pettigrew and Paula Patterson

Siblings George Pettigrew (70) and Paula Patterson (72) share a conversation about their grandparents, their parents, and the legacy of their family.

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38:07
Clifford Chandler and Lucy Yates

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...

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40:59
Francine Washington and Larry Washington

Francine Washington (64) and her husband Larry Washington (66) talk about life in the Stateway Gardens community and their experiences working for CHA over the course of many years, throughout changes in leadership.

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39:36
Fannie Martin, Eugenia Scott, and Raja Hayat

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.

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45:39
Barbara Brown, Sadie Brown, and Irene Mackson

Sisters Irene Brown Mackson [no age given] and Sadie Brown (47) ask their mother, Barbara Brown (85), about her life and faith.

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LaQuesha Wiley and John Espinosa

One Small Step conversation partners LaQuesha Wiley (34) and John Espinosa (25) talk about their families, what it means to be a "moderate," vaccine hesitancy, and how COVID-19 has brought communities together

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40:13
Shaniah Williams and Amari Sanford

Shaniah Williams (21) and her wife Amari Sanford (21) talk about their relationship and their use of dating apps like Tinder.

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39:04
Cynthia Harris and Tammie Johnson

Cynthia Harris (65) interviews her colleague Tammie Johnson (57) about her educational journey in Public Health, and her work as an educator at Florida A&M University.

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41:13
Ebony Blevins and MD Hunter

Ebony Blevins (43) and MD Hunter (25) share a conversation about taking part in, documenting, and organizing protests in Arkansas. They also talk about responses to those protests from counter-protesters, white supremacists, the police, and those in political power.

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32:23
Gloria Weston-Smart, Joyce Thomas, and Joann Bynum Johnson

Sisters Gloria Weston-Smart (66), Joyce Thomas (64), and Joann Bynum Johnson (61) reminisce about their childhood together, remember family members who have passed away, and express gratitude for the tight-knit community that they grew up in.

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36:57
Edward Hill and Derek Brown

Friends and band mates Edward Hill Jr. (54) and Derek L. Brown (54) discuss the formation of their band, Copacetic, describing their sound, writing styles, unique aspects of the band, and goals they both have for the future of their...

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38:48
Dee Daniels and Murray Pierce

Friends Dee Daniels (75) and Murray Pierce (66) share a conversation about the formation and legacy of the Black Student Union at the University of Montana. They also talk about their life and experiences as former students in Missoula, Montana.

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44:07
Corey DePina and Kadahj Bennett

Friends Corey DePina (39) and Kadahj Bennett (31) reflect on what inspires their creativity and art. They talk about their journey as artists and share appreciation for the support and inspiration they have received from one another.