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In this interview conducted in November 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama, Emily Glaze (16) interviews her grandmother, Sallie Bartley. They talk about Sallie’s life growing up and different moments in history while she was living.
Albany Hornbuckle interviewing her great aunt, Maxine Scott. They discuss World War 2, the Civil Rights Movement, and her battle with breast cancer.
This was Dan Moreland, he is my grandfather and to me he is Grandaddy. To me I’ve always seen him as the hardest working man I’ve ever met and he will always be that man and he has shown that...
Beth and I talked about what Thanksgiving means and how it stacks up against Christmas and football and alittle about past events (such as the 2008 stock market crash and the 2016 election) along with what we think of the...
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama, Emily Lo Re (16) interview her mother Bonnie Lo Re (50) about her childhood in Birmingham. Mrs. Lo Re shares her thoughts about 9/11 and the new generation. She also...
Elliot and Emily respond to Darnell Moore and Bryan Epps at Magic City Acceptance Center
On Thanksgiving of 2017, I sat down with my grandad, Michael Calvert, and asked questions about his life.
In this interview, recorded November 25, 2018, in Birmingham, Alabama, Libby Rumore (17) interviews her grandmother, Anna Lu Hemphill (72), about growing up in Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement. Ms. Hemphill shares her knowledge and memories of her family...
This interview was about my dad’s American Dream and his coming to this country. He talked about all the different people that helped him and his influential experiences.
Frank tells of his college years as a 150 pound linebacker for the Alabama reigning national championship winning team. He also explains the impacts of his work and God in his life.
We talked about how religions might be viewed in school. The public school has many different groups of religions and there maybe multiple views of how religions should be dealt with in the class.
We talked about how we enjoyed living near eachother and then how I was a as a child and how she has influenced me and my life.
In this interview, conducted in November 27, 2017 in Birmingham, AL, Caroline Brown talks with her mother, Kelley Brown. Mrs. Brown shares stories of growing up in New Jersey. She recalls a funny story of how she married to a...
During this interview with Martha Rusk on November 26th 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama. Emma Stewart wanted to talk to her grandmother about her childhood and some historical memories she lived through. Martha explains many expirences,stories and lessons that helped...
In this interview, Mae Mae Daniels (16) talks with her grandmother, Janet Haas (72). They discussed Janet’s eventful life and her views on history. Janet also sheds light on growing up in such a different generation and the impactful historical...
In this interview, conducted by Isabella Wright (16) in Birmingham, Alabama, Marie Lorino is interviewed about her life of 92 years. She shares stories of growing up in an immigrant family and growing up during the War.
A talk about childhood and growing up in different states as the daughter of a football coach.
In this interview, conducted on November 25th, 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama. John Christiansen interviews Carol Christiansen on what it was like growing up in the 70s and 80s.