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Charita Harmon (66) interviews her uncle Herman Boyd (82) about his service in this military, his experience as an African American man in the military, and what advice he would share with younger members in his family who are considering...
James Jones, 15, interviews his bike coach Atiba Mbiwan, 52, about his work with Brag and the Dream Team.
Friends, Antonio Howard (40) and William Hampton (52) have a conversation about Huntsville's historical housing projects, Councill Courts, which was the first affordable housing structure in Huntsville for African Americans.
Herb Sosa (52) interviews his friend, Aryah Lester (37) about her move to Miami, her gender identity, and starting the first transgender organization in the Miami- Dade area.
Daniel Benavidez (46) interviews his daughter, Zoe Benavidez (10) about what it is like for her to grow up as a mixed-race child and her views on her identity.
Mother Monica Foderingham (60) interviews her daughter Jordan Brown (22) about her college experiences at Georgetown University, her challenges while studying there, and her recent graduation and plans for the future.
Vernell talks to her granddaughter about her childhood, early adult life, travels to West Africa and advice on family life. Her parents were strict and also sacrificed so their children could attend a private Methodist school. The school was attended...
Tonya Whately (56) has a conversation with her sister, Lisa Whately McKenzie (53), about losing her 2-year-old grandson to an accidental opioid overdose. The sisters also talk about their relationship and their faith.
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.
Brian Ball (15) interviews his camp counselor and supervisor Carly Robinson (39). Carly talks to Brian about her love for the outdoors and her passion for teaching summer camp. Carly also opens up about being bullied during in her childhood.
Kendall Latimer (20) talks to Martha Wallace (63) about how the Woodruff Scholars gave her several opportunities that she never imagined, such as studying abroad in Spain and winning several awards for poetry and non fiction. She also talks about...
Katharine Wells (27) interviews her colleague Jeffrey T. Anderson (43) about returning to teaching after exploring another career. Jeffrey talks about becoming a Chicago Teaching Fellow and how the high school at which he teaches differs from the one he...
Friends Brett Cook (52) and Desmond O’Shea (18) talk about the Black (W)hole project, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how coronavirus has impacted their creativity and community.
Burt Hurley (73) talks with his granddaughter Neicole Young (33) about his high school years, going to a segregated school, meeting his wife Beverly, his career, and how being a parent and grandparent changed him.
Deborah Davidson (68) sits down with her friend Patricia Thomas Ivery (63) to ask about Patricia's childhood, the wisdom that she has gained throughout her life, and the dreams that she still hopes to achieve.
Sisters Cheryl Alphabet (54) and Wanda McDow (50) converse about how their lives have changed since Cheryl was shot in the head in 2008, which resulted in a traumatic brain injury that erased most of her memory. Wanda is Cheryl's...
Freddie Flowers (81) talks to her niece Yaa Simpson (44) about the maternal line of the family which came from various parts of the United States south. Freddie talks about her life and Yaa shares the results from a DNA...
Kemali Green (28), CHS staff person, interviews Nijee Johnson (21) about his childhood in Brooklyn, his relationship with his family, his faith and his goals in life.
Lillian "Claire" Appling (28) shares a conversation with her friend Lily Pierce (28) about their long-time friendship, Lily's experiences with having Friedreich's Ataxia, and their religious outlooks.
Aisha Owens (36) is interviewed by her case manager Kristen Kelly (27) about her thoughts on poverty, homelessness, rent hikes, and her journey finding stable housing at La Casa Norte.
New friends and colleagues Beth Zemsky, 53, and Kierra Johnson, 36, discuss their advocacy work at the intersection of the LGBT, feminist, racial equality, and body liberation movements.
Sarah Padgett (24) interviews new friend Brandy Tolbert (34) about Brandy’s childhood, her family, and her children. Brandy also talks about her role as the director of the Literacy Alliance and how she discovered her passion for literacy work.
Willie Paul (66) and his daughter Brandalyn Shropshire (36) talk about being raised with a pastor as a father, and the fundamentals of life within the family.