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Ruth Britt, John Britt, and John Britt

Ruth Britt III (83) talks to her son John Lee Britt III (46) and her grandson John Britt IV (14) about the importance of proactively seeking out one's education, especially given the history of systemic inequities disadvantaging Black Americans in...

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Stacia Parker and Jade Rone

Jade L. Rone (21) talks with her mother, Stacia Parker (52) about coming into her home as a foster child, her circumstances at the time, and what she has learned since forming a relationship with Stacia.

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Cherie Barco and Sean Augustus

Baltimore City Recovery Corps service provider Sean Augustus (41) and his client, Cherie Barco (41), discuss the importance of the program and share their proudest moments.

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Barbara Barefield and A. Spencer Barefield

Barbara Barefield (67) and her husband, A. Spencer Barefield (64), talk about their 40 year relationship, jazz, the arts, their children, and being an interracial couple.

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Justin Ferrell and Elsabe Dixon

Justin (26) and Ina (26) talk about their work at the Danville Regional Foundation and how they want to contribute in making Danville a better place to live.

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Endia DeCordova and Gem DeCordova

Endia DeCordova (44) and her mother, Gem DeCordova (70), reflect on Endia's late father and Gem's immigration to the United States as a young girl.

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Valerie Taylor and Naomi Graver

Dr. Valerie Taylor (53) is interviewed by StoryCorps conversation partner Naomi Graver (21) on her professional successes, notable people who shaped her way of thinking and how she would like to be remembered. She reflects on being a member of...

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Lee Moultrie and Hazel Diaz

Hazel Diaz (35) talks to new friend and fellow veteran Lee Moultrie (64) about his time in the military, his activism and advocacy work, and his family.

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Tomik Dash and Robert Levine

Tomik Dash [no age given] interviews his friend Robert "Bob" Levine [no age given] about his first time in Cherry Grove on Fire Island and about his career as a drag performer starting in the 1950s. They discuss the impact...

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Vivian Azalia and Timothy Rush

Vivian (19) and Timothy (22) talk about their involvement with after school programs at MOCA-- first as students and later as educators.

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Richelet Jean, Hasina Islam, and Abigail (no name given)

Richelet Jean (42) speaks with librarian Hasina Islam (27), as well as his daughter Abigail (no last name given) (7), about how Hasina's work with families at the public library has made a huge impact on Abigail's learning, curiosity, and...

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Saul-Yuan Calvillo and Vei Darling

Saul-Yuan Calvillo (25) and their colleague and friend, Vei Darling (24), talk about life and communities in New York, queerness, and the city's influence on identity.

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Shirlene Anderson and Linda Parrish

As part of the 30th anniversary of the Corporate Volunteer Council (CVC), Linda Parrish (67) has a conversation with her friend Shirlene Anderson (67) about their time serving together on the CVC and about Shirlene being its founder and first...

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Clifford Mack and Brian Purcell

Clifford Mack (56) talks to his friend, Brian Purcell (48) about their friendship and Clifford helping his nephew, Mickey.

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Sabrina Stallworth and Ellen Lee

Sabrina Stallworth (57) shares a conversation with her friend and mentor Ellen Ellis Lee (81). They discuss their friendship, creative journeys, their families and upbringings, and their work.

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38:49
Henry Lewis and Sarah Padgett

Sarah Padgett (25) interviews new friend Dr. Henry Lewis III (72) about his childhood, his work on the Board of County Commissioners, and his careers in pharmacology and education.

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Clara Cardriche and Tayra Cardriche

Clara Cardriche (60) is interviewed by her niece, Tayra Cardriche (37), about her early childhood, how her parents met, her mother's immigration from Cuba, the love for her eldest brother, and finally, the forming of her Black identity as she...

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Larisa Brass and Drocella Mugorewera

Drocella Mugorewera [no age given] is interviewed by Larisa Brass (47) about growing up in Rwanda in a big family, going to college in Russia, and resettling in the United States after being forced to leave her country.

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Kenyatta Bakeer and Donald Bakeer

Kenyatta Bakeer (50) interviews her father, Donald Bakeer (77), about meeting and falling in love with her mother, his work organizing for Black liberation, and his writing.

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Daquarius Greene and Reginald Cason

Daquarius "Q" Greene (26) talks with his mentor Reginald "Reggie" Cason (47) about the accident that changed his life and the organization he created to help young people about the importance of making good decisions.

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Lenora Williams Hameed Omenka

Lenora Williams Hameed Omenka [no age given] shares her experience as a caregiver to close friends and family members with breast cancer and the importance of caring for one's self in caring for others. She shares how these experiences led...

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Raul Deju and Darwensi Clark

Raul A. Deju (73) speaks to his new acquaintance Darwensi Clark (40) about his life as a Cuban refugee who became a physicist and successful entrepreneur in the United States.

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Pamela Thomas and David Thomas

Pamela Patrese Thomas (55) talks with her former spouse, David Thomas (53), about her upbringing in South Carolina and the moment she decided to join the navy. She shares insights and reflections on her choice to join and talks about...