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Ruth Britt, John Britt, and John Britt

Ruth Britt III (83) talks to her son John Lee Britt III (46) and her grandson John Britt IV (14) about the importance of proactively seeking out one's education, especially given the history of systemic inequities disadvantaging Black Americans in...

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36:54
Stacia Parker and Jade Rone

Jade L. Rone (21) talks with her mother, Stacia Parker (52) about coming into her home as a foster child, her circumstances at the time, and what she has learned since forming a relationship with Stacia.

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41:16
Marsha Philpot and Leslee Dean

Marsha Philpot (58) talks with facilitator Leslee Dean (26) about growing up in Detroit and Highland Park, MI, her father and his career as a record shop owner and music producer, the 1967 riots in Detroit, her experiences of segregation...

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Justin Ferrell and Elsabe Dixon

Justin (26) and Ina (26) talk about their work at the Danville Regional Foundation and how they want to contribute in making Danville a better place to live.

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40:57
Seth Wispelwey and Don Gathers

Friends, Seth Wispelwey (37) and Don Gathers (58) speak about their experience of the alt-right Unite the Right rally that took place in Charlottesville, VA on August 11th/12th, 2017. They offer some historical context for the emergence of the rally...

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52:32
Eboo Patel and Ahmed "Flex" Omar

Ahmed Flex Omar (34) speaks to Eboo Patel (39) about growing up as an Ismaili Muslim and what influenced his passion for religion and what led him to create his non-profit, Interfaith Youth Core.

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42:58
Charlie Bryant and Kenyatta Hills

Charlie Bryant (99) tells his granddaughter Kenyatta Hills (32) about his life working as a farmworker and truck driver, about his love of God, and his love of cooking.

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Cherie Barco and Sean Augustus

Baltimore City Recovery Corps service provider Sean Augustus (41) and his client, Cherie Barco (41), discuss the importance of the program and share their proudest moments.

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Clifford Mack and Brian Purcell

Clifford Mack (56) talks to his friend, Brian Purcell (48) about their friendship and Clifford helping his nephew, Mickey.

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Charles Branch and Judith Branch

Chuck Branch (91) talks to his granddaughter, Judith Ruiz Branch (27) about his life. He talks about serving in WWII, meeting his wife, Mona, and how he got involved in the church.

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35:44
Kate Strum and Leah Palmer

Collaborators, Kate Strum (36) and Leah Palmer (26), talk about their project, The Conversation Workshops, which they are starting in Oklahoma City, OK. Kate and Leah reflect on their work and discuss their hopes for the project's future.

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35:20
Vivian Azalia and Timothy Rush

Vivian (19) and Timothy (22) talk about their involvement with after school programs at MOCA-- first as students and later as educators.

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Christina Adewole and Anesha Truesdale

Christina Adewole (26) tells her close friend Anesha Truesdale (26) about her best memories of Clark Atlanta University and of their friendship.

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38:31
James Kaskile Muyenga and Vera Carothers

James Kaskile Muyenga (41) speaks with StoryCorps facilitator and his daughter's tutor, Vera Carothers (24), about his journey from fleeing the Democratic Republic of Congo to living as a permanent refugee in Rhode Island. He speaks about taking on leadership...

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37:40
Pamela McNeil and Tracey Cameron

Tracey (40) interviews Pam (56) about her experience as an African-American student at Wellesley College 35 years ago.

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37:42
Ruth Fulton and Latressa Fulton

Ruth (72) talks to her daughter Latressa (38) about growing up in rural South Carolina, moving to New York City when she was 18 and her life as a nurse and mother.

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41:07
Thomas Riddle and David Avruch

Thomas Riddle (56) talks to his therapist David Avruch (32) about his life, his addiction to heroin, learning to love himself, the challenges of recovery, and how he hopes to help other people struggling.

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46:18
Richelet Jean, Hasina Islam, and Abigail (no name given)

Richelet Jean (42) speaks with librarian Hasina Islam (27), as well as his daughter Abigail (no last name given) (7), about how Hasina's work with families at the public library has made a huge impact on Abigail's learning, curiosity, and...

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39:55
Dorothy Jackson and Nicole Jackson

Nicole Jackson (43) interviews her mother Dorothy Jackson (77) about her childhood in Jamaica, moving to the States, and her career at the United Nations.