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- Alabama 134
- personal experiences 90
- memories of growing up 86
- memories of former times 78
- social beliefs and practices 58 2,289 more
- Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education 1
- Equal justice initiative 1
- Parents as Teachers National Center 1
- Sncc 1
- Uncle 1 1 more
Lucille Wilhoit passed away on September 3, 2016. I remembered I'd recorded two interviews with her for the National Day of Listening in November of 2010. She talks in this interview about the importance of music to her, and how...
At the opening of the equal justice initiative memorial to peace and justice I interview my father about being black in America
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Simpsonville, South Carolina, Nate Sanders (13) interviews his grandmother Laura Malone (70) about her childhood in Alabama. Mrs. Malone shares stories of how she met her husband Grover Malone. She also talks...
Kristin Tubre (28) talks to sister Kimberly Tubre (24) about their childhoods, their parents’ divorce, and being from New Orleans.
In this interview, conducted in Birmingham, Alabama, Ryan deMontluzin (17) and his mother (Christi, 52) talk about her childhood in Louisiana and the big events that she grew up with and around. Christi shares stories of life in Louisiana, college,...
My mom and her younger brother talk about their upbringing in Alabama, and the complicated relationship their parents had.
Barbara Watson was born in 1952 in Kansas and moved to Alabama. Her father served in The Korean War and was a computer programmer after that. Her mother was a nurse. She moved to Washington in the late 1950s and...
Interview between me, Cross Hogland, and my grandmother, Louise Hogland. We talk about her childhood, and she gives advice to her teenage self. She also tells about her parents, and of the many jobs her father had. She talks about...
In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2018 in Oxford, Mississippi, Addison Hunt (13) interviews her great grandmother Pebble Ewing (80) about life in the South during segregated and integrated times. Mrs. Ewing shares stories of going to segregated schools,...
I talked about the biggest events in my mother's life and how they affected her.
Don Harrell talks about his life growing up and his time in the Army reserve during a time of hostilities in the world.
In this interview conducted on November 27th, 2016 Hannah (19) asks her father Douglas Scofield (60) about his 32 year experiences as a criminal defense lawyer in Birmingham, Alabama. She asks about how he began to practice, what it is...
Katherine Barriga interviews her mother, Maria Victoria Barriga, on her immigrant experience in the Unites States - after having married an American soldier, and leaving her native Colombia.
Arguster and Lebronze Davis grew up on their family’s farm in Wetumpka, Alabama. As two of 17 siblings, they had little time for anything outside of school and work. The brothers came to StoryCorps to talk about their childhood and...
Jenny Rask: 2020-10-05 01:22:49 Jenny Rask Interviews Father Gene Rask about his life. He and his brothers going to college, professional schools and being in the Air Force. His oldest brother Paul's broadcasting journey and becoming a lawyer after Ray...
Lee Johnson III is the Director of State & National Cross-Agency Collaboration, and of First 5 Alabama in the Office of Early Learning and Family Support. First 5 Alabama provides a forum for interdisciplinary collaboration by advocating for the application...
Governor Feagin (91) recounts his life as he discusses the turning points with his grandson Taylor Forrest (17)
My mom grew up in Taiwan so I took the opportunity to find out what it was like.
Emily Capes (33) interviews her good friend, Betty Olliff (82) about her life - her family, her husband, and her faith.
I asked my grandma questions about her past and her favorite memories. She was initially shy to the topic of an interview, but eventually warmed up to it.
I interviewed my grandmother Shannon Duplantis about our ancestors and stories.
A grandson talks to his grandfather about his childhood, civic responsibility and the future of African Americans.
I interviewed my grandmother, Charmaine, about her childhood in the Midwest. I wanted to know what it was like to live through the John F. Kennedy assassination. I found out many different things about her parents and grandparents and what...