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We discussed what my Nana learned in her history classes, and what was taught about society in general. We specifically mentioned gender inequality and women’s rights, as well as what was expected in regards to segregation.
Me and my grandfather, Barry, talked about growing up in Virginia, being in the military during the Vietnam War, and the impacts of segregation in his life. He talks about what school was like through elementary, junior high, and high...
This is an interview about schooling and life during a segregated era. We get into a very good talk about things I did not know. Hopefully you can learn about a time that you had not known about.
Patsy, or Grammy Pat as Mary Grace calls her, is Mary Grace's grandmother. She's lived with Mary Grace's family for the past 18 years, helping around the house and to raise the children. In the interview, Patsy talks about her...
Granny view on racism and discrimation through out the years of America
An account on growing up in Memphis and comparing how it was to have it is now.
An interview with my Grandpa, Jim Conway, about important historical events that have taken course in the United States throughout his life.
Delora’s Grandmother gave a lesson she never forgot. She talks about her experiences growing up in Ohio and her art career.
In the interview I talked with my grandparents from Florida. I did a zoom meeting because they are in a high-risk category and I will not be seeing them for the holidays.
Stephen Ackerman (65) talks to colleague, Matthew Dull (38), about S.W. Tucker, a man who organized a sit-in at Alexandria Public Libraries in 1939.
Ms Nelson, the former Purdue Dean of Students, walks about education, school experience, segregation, college, first job, psychology and sociology.
I interviewed my father Robert L. Patterson a little over one year before he passed away from cancer in his home in South Carolina. This segment is about his experience over a four year time with segregation in Kentucky and...
A short interview with my dad about his immigration to the US in the late 50’s and his time living in Detroit during the 1967 riots
We talked about her life and some of the things that she experienced during her life that influenced our country’s history and some questions about her.
Lance discusses with his grandmother Laveta everything from growing up to what segregation was like when she was younger.
In this interview, conducted on December 1, 2019, in Plano, Texas, Kendall Kohn (16) interviews her grandmother Elizabeth Kohn about her experience growing up in a segregated town. Ms. Kohn shares her experience in a small southern town, and what...
My conversation with Gracie abd Bobby touched on Race, Family, Community and growing up in the segregated south.
Martha Chan (89) speaks with her daughters Kim Chan (56) and Mary Chan (54) about growing up in Arkansas and Mississippi during the Jim Crow laws, eventually moving to New York City Chinatown where she met her husband, and raising...
The life and struggles of the african american people in Mississippi and the hero’s that are often not talked about in these cities and the impacts they had on the occupants of those towns lives and influence on them to...
My grandmother, Laura, grew up in Haiti and moved to the United States when she was 26. In this first part of our interview she discusses what it was like growing up in Haiti, why she left Haiti, and talks...
My Poppie, who grew up in the South, recalls events from his childhood, like memories of his suburban neighborhood, his grandfather’s farm, and the assassinations of Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. Later, he summarizes his college years, how he...