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John Atkinson, Sr. bought property on Holly St. and Simpson Rd. and his GA Supreme Court case ended redlining and mortgage blocking in GA.
My Dad shares stories and life lessons I should know when the time comes to learn them...
Stories about childhood in a different country and immigrating to the U.S.
Caroline and I discussed my childhood in Michigan, and moving to Atlanta, Ga in 1960, when I was 6 years old, a favorite song that I sung to my son Glen, and many favorite memories of my life.
We really talked about a bunch of funny stories my grandmother had to offer. Many brought a few chuckles from her and I.
This interview is based on my views of death and how it has affected my family and I.
I chose to interview Natalie about her experiences with death. We focused on funerals and the differences between her Colombian traditions and what she has seen in America.
The story of my mom moving from St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands to Atlanta, Georgia.
Interview was about her life and all aspects of it from childhood to being a grandmother
Education and the arts are so important for this community. Be ready for change.
Gabi Madrid (23) interviews her friend Christian Limon-Nuñez (32) about his art, his life, and his experience living in The Goat Farm Arts Center.
Ed Hall and his sister Toni Baker talk about their earliest years in Mobile, Alabama. Toni talks about her education at diocesan schools--St. Peter Claver and Heart of Mary--and at Michigan State University in Lansing.
This is me and my mom talking to Aubrey Wells, my Grandpa, about WWII (and some other stuff, too.)
Rawda Rahman (22) speaks to her father Sheikh Rahman (59) about his life, how he came to the U.S. as a student, and later became the first Muslim State Senator in Georgia.
Kyle Cook and Carla Saunders are neonatal nurse practitioners at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital in Knoxville. They’ve spent decades caring for infants, but when the opioid crisis began to hit in 2010, their jobs changed in ways they never anticipated....
Today I talked to my Nana who gave some interesting answers that I didn't know about and had a lot of fun recording my interview
Barbara told the story of her beautiful sister Patty and why she is now involved in the GVP Movement.
I am interviewing my grandmother, Jacquelyn Crenshaw, on her childhood, growing up, life, and some of her favorite things.