Sandra Bailly and Robin Lualdi

Friends Sandra Bailly (53) and Robin Lualdi (82) talk about their families meeting each other through the METCO Program and reflect on the special relationship they have continued to foster for 48 years.

California Bussing

In this interview, we talked about the bussing program in California during the 1970s.

Julie Peck and William (Bill) Lynch

Julie Peck 72 and Bill Lynch 75 discussed the development of Bill's social justice philosophy from a Quaker high school, through law school at U of Chicago, becoming a conscientious objector after ROTC, teaching in a changing school system.

Amanda Stone, Natalie [No name given], and Tanya Smith-Sreen

Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Amanda Stone (30), Natalie [No name given] (33) and Tanya Smith-Sreen (25) share about their Peace Corps Guatemala experience. They talk about some of the challenges they faced as Peace Corps Volunteers as well as what...

Antonia ‘Toni’ Hall Baker and Edward Austin Hall, 2 May 2020

Ed Hall and his sister Toni Baker talk about their earliest years in Mobile, Alabama. Toni talks about her education at diocesan schools--St. Peter Claver and Heart of Mary--and at Michigan State University in Lansing.

Auntie-Grandma Jewel (sibling #7)

In the midst of the pandemic my family has been blessed with new life. I spoke with my Aunt Jewel about the experience of becoming a great-grandma during the outbreak. I thought I knew my aunt pretty well but this...

Allie Saxon and Sheereen Brown

Allie Francis Saxon (90) has a conversation with her great niece Sheereen Brown (30) about being one of the first black students to attend Emory University.

John Evans and Andy Phelan

Andy Phelan (53) talks with his friend long time Civil and Human Rights Activist John Evans (86) about John's childhood, his education, and his career to include being Dekalb County's 1st African American Commissioner.

Jim Henry and Danielle Henry – Atlanta Sit In 1960

Jim Henry was a junior at Morehouse College in February 1960 when he participated in a sit-in with other black students in Atlanta.