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Interviewing my step-father about America in his lifetime for Apush extra credit
Friends and colleagues, Stephen Watson (43) and Daniel Horowitz Garcia (50), talk about teaching history - specifically the pros and cons of being a part time educator at Kennesaw State University.
Marta Pearson (72) talks with her friend DeAnna Hadley (52) about sympathy, empathy, racism, the pain it causes and the need for African-American stories to be shared. She describes seeing a raw cotton field for the first time, being denied...
Raina Moseley (17), a rising senior at Atlanta's Pace Academy, talks with history teacher, Patrice Wright-Lewis (56), about race and racism.
What would happen to a kid who was surrounded by racist people? I, Dante Battista, age 15, interviewed my father, Richard Battista, age 55. This interview was taken in Los Angeles, California, on January 6th, 2020. This interview is about...
Colleagues Dr. Tonya Maria Matthews (48) and John Rees (65) talk about Black soldiers in the American Revolutionary War, education, and art.
Liberty Trail Project founders Douglas "Doug" Bostick (68) and Catherine Noyes (40) talk about the formation of the Liberty Trail Project, their connections to South Carolina, and historic site preservation.
Hailey Yoshida (16) talks with her great-grandmother, Marye Kimoto (97) about her experience in Japanese internment camps and her life afterward. Marye also talks about what it was like to live during World War II.
Favorite Waterford Fair memories after 31 years in the Samuel Hough House (c1819) in the Waterford National Historic Landmark
Colleagues Mary Virginia McCormick Pittman [no age given] and Dr. Charles Gentry (48) share a conversation about Mary Virginia's history with the military, her travels, and her passion for conservation. Mary Virginia also discusses her family's accomplishments and the importance...
living history project: lauren and brandy isaac. daughter inteviews mom about uprbringing in southern Illinois in the 70s and 80s.
The authors of “I, Too, Sing America: The African American Book of Days” reflect on images from Library of Congress and propose a new project