Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
- Dallas 25
- Housing choice voucher 6
- Housing mobility 5
- Inclusive Communities Project 4
- college 3
- 148 more
- No matching terms.
Penny Curry (76) talks with her daughter, Megan Branch (47), about moving from California to Dallas, Texas and they share some memories from that time.
Mr. Dixon talks about how the Inclusive Communities' Sublease Initiative provided him access to housing in a low poverty desegregated area at a complex that would not take his housing voucher.
Jasmonae talks about growing up in Plano as a child and the positive impact of living in a diverse community had on her after her mother moved her family from Dallas with her voucher.
Mother of teens talks about leaving her social network but seeing the positive change in her teens' school outlook after moving.
Fellow Atlanta Business League members, Kiplyn Primus (61) and T. "Dallas" Smith (60), have a conversation about Dallas' youth in Atlanta, Georgia, and how he came to have a lucrative career in commercial real estate.
Shamira, an ICP Mobility Assistance Program counselor, talks about her work with families looking for housing in low crime areas with higher performing schools and the post-move assistance she provides.
Janet Kutner, 71, is interviewed by her son Bryan Kutner, 35, about her career as an art critic for the Dallas Morning News.
(This interview contains strong language and brief descriptions of sexual acts.) As a highly-attractive young gay man, Randy quickly fit into the Dallas gay bar scene, found problems with drugs, sex, and prostitution. When he prostituted in front of Dallas...
Susan and Charley who are husband and wife, talk about coming to Berlin to retire since Susan inherited a family farm.
Kay, an ICP Senior Mobility Assistance Program Counselor, shares her love for her work as a housing mobility counselor and the help she gives clients by negotiating with and reaching out to potential landlords.
We’re almost 2 months into our covid pandamic in Dallas, Texas. Here is our story - 2 nurses who work in level 1 trauma hospital in Downtown Dallas.
I interviews my mom to get to know a little bit more about her early life and job
When Linda Gray was told she couldn’t become an actress, she didn’t listen, and did what felt right to her. In November of 2017, 15 year old Jack Sloane interviewed his grandma, Linda Gray. He later found out she started...
Before big campuses like Campbell Hall, schools would be smaller and different then they are today. Alex Sanger, is a father of two who lived in Texas until he moved to LA, he went to elementary there and had lots...
Part 1 of 2 (This interview contains strong language and brief descriptions of sexual acts.) From a young age, Randy Moulder was a victim of sexual abuse and exploitation by neighbors, family members, and his school principal. As a teen,...
Tameca, a Senior Mobility Assistance Program Counselor at ICP talks about her educational briefings for housing voucher holders and their responses when they learn that they can move outside city limits.
In this interview , Richard tells his story about his life and his family. Richard also discussed how he spent his time on the Military. Overall, Richard talks about his life while being in the military.
My Grandfather, John Grey, has had an interesting upbringing moving from place to place with his family. He was raised as a young child in Chicago Illinois, and later moved to Dallas Texas with his family. In this interview, Me...
In this interview, which occurred on November 24, 2018 in Dallas, Texas, Nikolas Parker (14) interviews his great-grandma Bettie Martin aka ”Bigmamma” (87) about her life. Topics include how she was one of the first African Americans to buy a...
Nicole, ICP's Mobility Assistance Program Director, talks about her experience and how move-related financial assistance and landlord incentive bonuses help during families' housing searches.
Blake interviews his grandmother.
My brothers and I attended Rison School off and on from about 1953 through about 1962. During that time, we experienced the atmosphere of the school and the sense of community that it fostered.
Mark Rodriguez (48) talks to his daughter, Aurora Rodriguez (17), about his love for music and what his life was like when he was growing up. He also discusses his views on the creative process.