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Akiba Shabazz talks with her daughters Naja and Zuri about her life growing up with her parents in Memphis, her marriages and travels.
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.
Mylene Middleton Rucker (71) and her sister Peryna Washington (69) talk about their achievements in the medical sphere as African American women, while being faced with racism systems that constantly affect them. They talk about their family's history with alcoholism...
Barbara Simon (68) talks to her son James "Jay" Simon (32) about her family and memories of growing up in North Lawndale.
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...
Pamela Vickers (66) interviews her parents Theresa Scott Davis (84) and Benjamin Scott (85) about their marriage and family.
The history of the Mansfield family, specifically the Mansfield 8, and their experiences in Wake, VA in 1935 through the 1950's. The story of a woman trying to learn about the father she hardly knew by reconnecting with the place...
Olyvia Campbell (10) interviews her mother, Tanica Campbell (42), about her life.
Lisa Mays (50) is interviewed by Niya Butler (16) about living on Franklin Road in Marietta, GA, volunteering her time with YELLS, a community organization, and being proud to be 50.
Friends and colleagues Deborah Hollis (54) and Janet Bishop (54) talk about what it is like to be African-American archivists and how the demographics of the field has changed over the last 30 years.
One Small Step conversation partners Lynisha Senegal (45) and Bernadine Tuisavalalo Tavita (28) talk about their experiences as women of color - growing up poor, engaging with their communities, and taking on the mantle of leadership.
Sherry Neil (49) and Nia Hodge (50) talk about the importance of community, conversations about mental health for Black women, and their hopes for Fresno in terms of equity.
Janis Prince (54) shares a conversation with her spouse, Orin Inniss (58), remembering Janis’s mother, Eula Prince.
One Small Step conversation partners Robin Boone (66) and Jim Pokorny (63) discuss their formative political experiences, their relationship with Christianity, the importance of finding common ground with those of different political affiliations, and the essential goodness of human nature.
Curtis Taylor (33) asks his colleague and friend Adrienne Villareal (38) what it's like to be an educator and she shares the highlights and lessons of being a math teacher.
Ann Balthazor (36) and Stacy Younglove (42) interview their patient Lamar Price (21) about his experience with Providence Infusion Pharmacy.
Sisters, Seni King (19) and Breonnie King (20), speak about their childhood, their close bond as sisters, and how meaningful it is to see one another grow older.
Audrey T. Williams (42) talks with Rochelle Spencer (39) about being women of color sci-fi and surrealist writers. Rochelle and Audrey describe what draws them to sci-fi as a genre and about why they are fascinated by writing toward the...
Carlissia, 21, interviews Sylverna, 57, about growing up in Virginia and Baltimore during the Civil Rights Movement, her interest in libraries, becoming Dean of Libraries at the University of Memphis, and the problems facing African Americans today.
As part of the Reimagine Education Forum, Kelli shares a major event in her life that helped shape her passion for education.
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.
Spouses, Danya Berry (43) and Devon Berry (45), talk about how they met, the role education has played in their lives, and what they hope for their own children.
Charliemae Towbridge (80) is interviewed by her daughter Cheryl Price (59) about her life living in Chicago, her career in community organizing, and her faith.
Aaron Atkins (32) and his friend Ariyah Cyrhen Smith (29) talk about race and racism in the small midwestern town where they grew up, as well as their friendship, their passions in life, and how they want to be remembered....