Reflecting on the first Moon landing

On May 8th 2019 teens from the MyDurham program interviewed mature adults about their memories of the first Moon landing in 1969. In this recording we hear what it was like living in New York and Boston at age 19...

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Vannessa Evans and Robert Mason

Vanessa Evans (63) and her brother Robert Mason (68) remember their childhoods, living in the time of segregation, and the now destroyed black community of Hayti. They also talk about what they hope for most and give messages to future...

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Courtney Evans and Cyntell Allen

Sisters Cyntell Allen (38) and Courtney Evans (29) remember their childhoods together, reflect on what changes they'd like to see in their community, and share what they are most excited about. They also speak directly to some of the most...

Memories of David Quattlebaum, as told by Mary Jane Quattlebaum

Mary Jane Quattlebaum, interviewed by Kathryn McCaskill Newman about David Quattlebaum, Mary Jane’s husband and Kathryn’s grandfather

Museum of Durham History Dining Series – Copa
October 26, 2022 App Interview

Lucy Orta, museum volunteer spoke with Elizabeth Turnbull, owner of Copa restaurant. Copa hosted the second event of the Museum of Durham History Dining Series. The series was part of the programming surrounding the museum's exhibit, Dining Out In Durham,...

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Wayne Terrell and Algin Holloway

Friends Wayne Terrell (70) and Algin "Al" Holloway (78) reminisce about their lives in the Merrick-Moore community of Durham, North Carolina.

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Vannessa Evans and Bonita Green

Friends and colleagues Vannessa Evans (63) and Bonita Green (63) honor the histories of their families and communities within Durham, North Carolina. They discuss their activist efforts to prevent gentrification and preserve local Black history and culture.

Joy Williamson and Stefani Priskos

Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Joy Williamson (70) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...

Margaret Ann Keyworth

Interview with mum after stopping cancer treatment. A review of her life and thoughts on how it has gone. Due to Covid19 and Mum's illness, I, the interviewer, am wearing a face mask so the audio is not the greatest.

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Michael Muller and Judith Frank

Michael Muller (63) and his wife Judith Frank (63) share their journey to building the farm home life they always wanted.

Kyle, Austin and Adam reminisce on their life experiences, specifically what has happened to them over the last 4 years.

Austin Lang, Kyle Hacker and Adam Riker (interviewer) have been friends for the past three years. But, they come to find that they may not know as much about each other as they may have thought they did.

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Paul Daye and Darian Daye

Father and son Paul Daye (68) and Darian Daye (33) reflect on living on family, work, and living in the Merrick-Moore community of Durham, North Carolina.

Soror Barnetta McGhee White

Soror White is the last surviving Charter Member of the Fayetteville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is 91 in this interview and looks forward to her birthday on 27 September. She takes a few minutes to...

Ann Ringland and Stefani Priskos

Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Ann Ringland (77) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the threshold of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...

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Aundra Tatum and Bonita Green

Friends Aundra "Sissy" Tatum (64) and Bonita Green (63) remember their childhoods in the Merrick-Moore community of Durham, North Carolina.

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Kia Harrell and Maurice Noble

Friends Kia Harrell [no age given] and Maurice Noble (72) remember how they met, why they moved to the Braggtown neighborhood of Durham, and share their hopes for the future of their neighborhood.

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Warren Herndon and Calvin Philpott

Friends Reverend Dr. Warren Herndon (71) and Calvin Philpot (73) remember their childhoods growing up in the Durham neighborhood of Merrick-Moore. They also talk about recent changes and gentrification in the neighborhood and their hopes for the future of the...