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- Boise Public Library 2
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Yolanda Lakes (50) sits down with her father, Raymond "Ray" Lakes (72), to ask about his upbringing in Columbus, GA and the world events, as well as personal experiences, that have shaped his current worldview.
Petra Gertjegerdes (47) shares a conversation with her parents, Carol Gertjegerdes (78) and Helmut Gertjegerdes (86), about their childhoods, how Carol and Helmut ended up moving to Columbus, Georgia, and about running the newspaper The Columbus Times.
Courtney Horton [no age given] shares a conversation with her colleague, Ann "Annie" Scott (77), about Ann contracting polio when she was a child, about her family, the different jobs she has worked over the years, and about advocacy for...
One Small Step partners, Emily Rushing (70) and Fred Bennett (76) discuss the changing landscape of news, media literacy, social issues, and being Christians who value diversity and racial reconciliation.
Frankie Roberts (56) talks with his coworker, Bryan Talbott (46), about racial equity, the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement, and how the history of Wilmington, North Carolina continues to impact the city.
Mia Owusu-Anwti (16) interviews her grandmother Eileen Harrison Sanchez (74) to compare school integration, civil rights protests, and the impact of Covid-19.
Friends and colleagues Ann Meredith (73) and Leah Juliett (24) discuss their relationships with their gender and sexual identities, talk about the effects of past trauma, and discuss their work as artists.
David Eberhardt (80) shares a conversation with his significant other, Cathy Permut Eberhardt (72), about the role of activism and protest and the importance of finding meaning in life.
Jack Krauskopf on the occasion of his 80th birthday talks with his children, Katie Krauskopf (45) and Lewis Krauskopf (48) about his childhood, career in public service and major influences in his life.