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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...
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.
Hyacinth Edwards (54) and Neville Weekes (57) talk about their relationship and his poetry.
Robert L. Anderson (79) talks about his banking career and his experience as the first Black executive at the Columbus Bank and Trust with his daughter, Tawana Anderson (50).
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.
Paulette Isaac Napper [no age given] talks with her daughter Tomeka Napper (45) about leaving a record for her grandson so he knows about her life growing up in the south during the 1960s, family traditions, Jim Crow, and black...
Tiffany Baker (48) and her former mentor, Terri Treiman (66), talk about their previous StoryCorps interview, Terri’s career in social work, and Tiffany’s career helping youth in the foster system.
Cara "Cece" Hackett (55) and her fiancé, Larry King [no age given], talk about finding love and healing. They reflect on the moment they fell in love and what they are looking forward to doing together as a married couple.
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.
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.
Stephanie Thompson (47) and her coworker Pamela Fairley (42), talk about breaking the stigmas associated with recipients of housing vouchers and residents of public housing. They talk about their childhoods, education, work history, and the economic and housing challenges they've...
Ahmed Flex Omar (34) speaks to Eboo Patel (39) about growing up as an Ismaili Muslim and what influenced his passion for religion and what led him to create his non-profit, Interfaith Youth Core.
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.
Edward Austin Hall (59) talks with his friend Bryant O'Hara (50) about his life and writing.
Lynnze English (26) and her mentor Nate Arnett (47) talk about Adventure Central, a local community center in Dayton, OH where they met when Lynnze was ten years old.
Christina Adewole (26) tells her close friend Anesha Truesdale (26) about her best memories of Clark Atlanta University and of their friendship.
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...
Darren Wells (55) shares a conversation with his mentee, Robert Craig (25), about their commitment to honesty and the role of “agreeing to disagree” in their relationship.
Vivian (19) and Timothy (22) talk about their involvement with after school programs at MOCA-- first as students and later as educators.
Rhonda Wilborn (67) and her daughter, Morgana Wilborn (34), discuss their relationship together as mother and daughter. Rhonda shares memories of her grandmother and of Morgana as a baby, and the two discuss their opinions on and experiences with race.
StoryCorps Facilitator and Atlanta Business League member, Kiplyn Primus (60), talks with fellow entrepreneur Ryan Wilson (32) about his background and how he came to co-found The Gathering Spot.
J.J. (69), a student in the 1950s and 1960s at the Michigan School for the Blind shares stories with Dr. Velma Allen (79), the school's superintendent during the 1980s and 1990s.
Friends Frederich Johnson II (57) and Clyde Neville III (49) share a conversation about their involvement in the Paul Robeson Institute for Positive Self-Development and the amount of care and passion that goes into the community work being done through...