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- Birmingham Southern College 4
- Magic City Acceptance Center 3
- Vestavia Hills High School 3
- Birmingham-Southern 2
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Sabra Booth (57) discusses her family history with a focus on her mother, Barbara Booth. Her family fought in World War II, participated in the creation of the Manhattan Project, and lived in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, which was a military...
my name is Connor Hawkins I interview my roommate Will Lantis about life experiences and funny times growing up.
My friend Darrell is a self-taught cook who has improved immensely from teenagehood into his late twenties. The interview was performed on Zoom and it had some joyous difficulties!
Megan Wallace (23) talks with her mother, Cindy Wallace (55) about her first-hand recount of January 29th, 1998, the day of the Birmingham, Alabama bombing.
Sam Tolbert, 20, Birmingham Southern College Student. Kristi Tolbert, 56. topics discussed were what was life like as a kid, favorite and worse job experience, as well as favorite subject as a kid.
The person I interviewed for this conducted the interview in Birmingham, Alabama. This person also happens to be my mother who I am very appreciative that she took the time to do this. I was able to learn a lot...
Friends and colleagues Alison Benders (65) and Margaret [No Name Given] (65) talk about their Catholic upbringings and their experiences with religion in adulthood. They reflect on what pilgrimage, faith, and community have meant to them.
Elijah Gibson is a first generation american who’s family is from Liberia, Africa. In this interview, he tells the story of his family and his upbringing of a split-culture (American culture and Liberian culture) as well as current life joys...
Karen Blizzard (60) interviews her aunt Polly Prickett (85) about her life and family in, and around, Birmingham and Sylacauga, Alabama.
One Small Step conversation partners Catherine Montalbo (60) and Linda Frost (59) talk about growing up in liberal and conservative households, changing their political beliefs, relocating to the south, and gender identity issues.