Terence Lester and Jeff Hilimire

Terence Lester (36) and his friend and mentor, Jeff Hilimire (43) talk about their non-profit work in Atlanta, Georgia, how they met, and the ways in which they inspire each other through their work.

Fandom Aid

The fantasy worlds we grow up with follow us into adulthood. However there is a stigma surrounding adults/teenagers who still love their fictional worlds and characters. I’m here with my best friend to discuss how fandoms are helpful and joyous...

Pamela Ching and Wiedad "Roodly" Archer

Colleagues and friends Pamela Ching (61) and Wiedad "Roodly" Archer (52) have a conversation about their careers, beginning as nutritionists and moving into public health, including stories about their time working in various foreign countries and lessons they learned from...

Tehniyat Shaikh and Daniel Horowitz

Daniel Horowitz Garcia (51) interviews his friend Tehniyat "Tehn" Shaikh (28) about her impending return to India after the expiration of her student visa, and about her time in Atlanta over the past six years.

Perception of Death in Black Communities #GSUDeathF18

We discuss how death and grief is docterined within Black communities in America and the taboo behind it.

John and Vivienne Ingersoll

This is a conversation with John and Vivienne Ingersoll, an interracial couple that met at Spellman College in the late 1960’s and wake up every morning happy to have spent their lives together.

Colt’s history interview with grandpa Doug
November 18, 2022 App Interview

This was a 12 minute interview with my grandfather, Doug Witzigreuter. Papa is my Dad’s dad and he was born in 1944. We disused topics ranging from his childhood to his job history and his parents.

Living History: Elementary School with the Civil Rights Movement

Clifford King Harbin explains life in inner city Atlanta in the 60’s and her experience going to school with Martin Luther King Jr.’s sons.

"My families were from everywhere…Somali families, Persian families, Iraqi families, some from Bhutan, and Burma…"

New American Pathways provides more than 5,000 refugees per year with the necessary tools to rebuild their lives and achieve long-term success. One of the programs they offer is Parents as Teachers home visiting. In this interview, Anastasia Hardy, Family...

Interview with my Mother

In this interview I asked my mom a series of questions about the ins and outs of her life.

Rhea Triche: youth, adulthood, now

This interview dives deep into the early life and adulthood of Rhea Triche. Her comparisons on life as a child for her versus how life for children is like today.

The Kirkland’s Thanksgiving with Jodell Kirkland

In this interview my grandma talks about her life and past experiences.

Lessons of India

This interview was taken on November 24, 2021 and Geeta Sunkara was interviewed. Geeta lived in India, but despite her thinking she was going to stay in India, she moved to America. She is very proud of her hardworking family...

With my great grandfather

I interviewed my great grandfather about his life and his inspirations and experiences.

Jane Moore and Kristine Anderson

One Small Step conversation partners Kristine Anderson (73) and Jane Moore (55) discuss their jobs as teacher and NICU nurse respectively, how they have loved ones who differ with them greatly on politics, and what it means to live in...

Interview with Linda Artigue Buday, grandmother of Samantha Buday

Samantha Buday, 11, talks with her grandmother, Linda Artigue Buday, 74, over the Thanksgiving holiday about her life. In this interview, Linda explains how her family ended up in the state of Louisiana. She also details her life growing up...