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One Small Step participants Georgia Riddick [no age given] and Sarah Kirchner [no age given] discuss their experiences with desegregation busing, the people who helped them begin their careers, their concerns about the environment, and their frustrations with the United...
An interview of a father by his daughter. We discuss fatherhood starting with his father, and ending with advice for his kids when they become parents.
Spouses, Darryl Ward (65) and Pamela Ward (60), ask each other to reflect on some childhood memories and discuss their shared experience of Darryl having Parkinson's disease.
Interview with Sarrah Ellen McDonald on how she began singing and playing music, her involvement in helping found Georgia Pick & Bow Traditional Appalachian Music School, and other aspects of music in Dahlonega. Interviewed by Sarah Adams on April 5,...
Interview with Ann Whitley-Singleton, long-time(and recently-retired)curriculum director of Georgia Pick & Bow Traditional Music School, director of the annual Blue Ridge Old-Time Music Week at Mars Hill University, and many other musical communities. Interviewed by Sarah Adams on August 28,...
John Grimm (__) talks with Sarah Adams (22) about how he got started playing music and began running Vintage Music, Dahlonega's local music shop.
Fellow teachers and friends Sonya Denise Heard (52) and Yolanda Osborne (52) talk about the people who have influenced their lives as well as their experiences as teachers of young children, focusing part of their conversation on their experiences with...
Sharon Ross (45) has a conversation with her father Larry Lee Duncan, Sr. (80) and her great aunt Sarah Petty Smith Mitchell (89) about their family and some of its history in Georgia.
Stephen Dawkins (60) interviews his mother, Tinye Dawkins (86), about her life, including her childhood in Atlanta during the time of segregation, her family, and her career as a nurse.
My mother’s struggles with the fall of the Soviet Union and the wars in Georgia. Then the struggles she had with immigration and language barriers. Finally how she overcame them now.