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- 1950s, Fifties 11
- Civil Rights Movement 11
- 1960s, Sixties 5
- Vietnam War 4
- 1970s, Seventies 3 38 more
- English 1
In this interview, Olivia Simpson-Klein converses with her grandmother, Mary Klein, about how her upbringing in Florida influenced her beliefs and behaviors today. She speaks to the stained racial relations and segregation in the South as well as her response...
Me and my grandfather, Barry, talked about growing up in Virginia, being in the military during the Vietnam War, and the impacts of segregation in his life. He talks about what school was like through elementary, junior high, and high...
The interview covers my Grandma’s perspective on her life and important events of recent history including The Civil Rights Movement, Feminism, JFK’s Assasination, and 9/11.
Me and my grandma discuss the civil rights movement and how it affected her and others
This was an interview about my Grandma’s life starting from the 40s progressing to present day. It has her thoughts, opinions, and ideas and how worldly events have shaped her.
In 1958 the Governor of Virginia closed all of the white public schools rather than integrate. In that same year my mother, Barbara Burwell, attended Norfolk Catholic High School who had already integrated. This is the story of her experience.
An interview with a working-class Nashville Native. You can hear about family history, civic engagement in Nashville, and passions of my grandfather.
His grandfather was a priest who has the ability to create relationships between spirits/demons and human. Because his father fought for Burma’s independence against the British and was a leader for Civil Rights Movement under a Dictatorship government, my uncle...