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We talked about her childhood and some traditions in her family.
The legacy of 60 years of marriage and a life built together.
This is Billie Lane Hood. She has a huge life story that she will tell in this interview, filled with love and fun
We talk about early family history as a little girl growing up in Mississippi
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...
I got to talk to my grandfather about his childhood from the 1950s to now. From fishing to playing jokes on his friends, my grandfather always had fun. My grandfather loved to play baseball and football. He shared with me...
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...
Lea McCracken talks about the best memories in her life growing up in Meridian, Mississippi. Talking about everything from the happiest moments to the biggest regrets of her childhood.
How Mississippi desegregated and how I resolved an identity crisis
My mother, a JSU graduate, talks about the day the Jackson State Killings occurred.
Ray Marshall (92) tells his daughter Jill Marshall (62) about his experiences as a Navy radioman in World War II.
I ask my Papa about his how he met my Nana and his time in the Military. The Interview took place in Oxford Mississippi over the phone. The Interview took place on Saturday the 24th and 8:00 am. I interviewed...
Alice Thompson (no age given) talks to Aisha Truss (no age given) about her life, growing up, her marriage, and her advice for her great-granddaughter.
Kaitlyn and Melvin discuss generational differences.
We discuss what it’s like to move to the states and what connects folks from different cultures.
Carl Haymore Jr. (50) speaks with his uncle Tyrone Haymore (74), who is a local historian, about the historical firsts in the village of Robbins, IL, the famous people who came from Robbins, as well as Carl's love of fatherhood.
In this discussion, my Dad talks about how he has developed his independent character through life altering moments and how has his past lead him to being the phenomenal father/husband he is today.
The story behind a typical 40's era family photo has had an effect far beyond it's vintage.
Family is really important to us and in this audio our legacy and history was described.
The comparison of living down in Mississippi to living in the City of Chicago during this time of year.
After interviewing my mom, I’ve learned that her personality has always been consistent from her past to the present.
We talked about her experiences in life and a lot about God