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Betty A. Welch Thompson (65) and her husband Robert Scott (75) discuss the effects of housing segregation in the City of Chicago.
Nena Washington (48) speaks with her mentee Trenette Gresham (25) about single parenting, being raised by her grandparents, and their goals for the future.
Veronica [No Name Given] (22) talks to friend and staff member at La Casa Norte Monica Rauch (22) about her experience as a survivor of sex trafficking and the people who have helped her change her life.
Longtime friends Harriette McCauley (76) and Rosemary Smith (71) discuss the diverse environment of their upbringing in Santa Monica.
Sharon Hayes (41) shares memories of her childhood and family, as well the ways she understands herself, with new friend and StoryCorps facilitator Mia Raquel (24).
Community members and friends Carolyne Edwards (79) and Robbie Jones (62) share memories of growing up in Virginia Avenue Park community.
Kathleen Benjamin (62) talks with her childhood and lifelong friend Daniel Alonzo (62) about their respective childhoods growing up in Santa Monica. The friends talk about how Santa Monica has changed throughout the years, as well as Daniel's artistic endeavors.
Rhonda Zeck (48) and her daughter Stephanie Zeck (22) interview Rhonda's father and Stephanie's grandfather, LeLand J. Creecy, Sr. (81), about his experiences coming up during segregation, his family history and his outlook on life.
Spouses William R. Washington (34) and Daniella Washington (29) talk about William's life, accomplishments and a variety of topics ranging from dreams, desires, fear, hypothetical situations, and his career as a music producer.
Stephanie Thompson (47) and her coworker Pamela Fairley (42), talk about breaking the stigmas associated with recipients of housing vouchers and residents of public housing. They talk about their childhoods, education, work history, and the economic and housing challenges they've...