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Louraiseal McDonald (45) and Toni Trees (74) are two strangers who sat down for a One Small Step Conversation. They talk about lessons learned from their mothers, their love of their professions, and the importance of black history.
Maythinee Washington interviews her "Uncle Ted" (Edward Wilcox Holland, Jr., Esq), the best friend of her father, Pearlis "Wash" Washington (CMSGT, Air Force) about their friendship: how they met, and their adventures together from Thailand to Hawaii.
An excerpt from a recently rediscovered recording from December 25, 2008, where Mrs. Rosa T. Beard (1919-2010) shared in her own words, how she ended up pursuing her Master’s degree at Columbia University.
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Dr. Joseph Hobbs, former student of Rosa T. Beard and a founding member of the award-winning Rocket Club.
Bonnie St. John (55) speaks to her husband Allen Haines (60) about learning to ski at an early age as an amputee, finding a skiing community with both athletes with disabilities and Black skiers, competing at the 1985 Paralympics in...
Coworkers, Christine Peoples [no age given] and Matt Coats (45), sit down for a conversation about the relocation and restoration of Timmons Hall and how teamwork is vital to their work at the Springfield-Greene County Park Board.
Sisters Alexis Roberts McMillan [no age given] and Enid Roberts MD [no age given] talk about how growing up alongside Florida A&M University’s College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, as well as with their family’s pharmacy, Economy Drug Store, impacted...
Keith Jemison (64) shares a conversation with his dear friend Maybelle Wallace (92) about the history of Black Wall Street, including the Tulsa Massacre, as well as the continued importance of the Greenwood community and the power of love to...
Student of the Windy City Chapter of Jack and Jill learn about their culture and history at the National A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum in Chicago, IL
A reading of the poem Won’t You Celebrate With Me by Lucille Clifton in honor of Black History Month by Anita Coleman (2021-02-16 17:16:39)
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Reverend Cheryl J. Beard, daughter of Rosa T. Beard.
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Mrs. Valorie Tillman Davis, former student of Rosa T. Beard and a founding member of the Rosa T. Beard Debutante Club in 1963.
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Mrs. Deidre Brown Collins, former Debutante (1991) of the Rosa T. Beard Debutante Club.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Elizabeth Walther-Grant, adopted from the Bahamas and raised by an Andover family, talks about growing up in Andover, the racism she faced, and what inspired her to found Merrimack Valley Black and Brown Voices. She...
Friends Dee Daniels (75) and Murray Pierce (66) share a conversation about the formation and legacy of the Black Student Union at the University of Montana. They also talk about their life and experiences as former students in Missoula, Montana.
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Mr. Baker Rouseau, a former Escort for the Rosa T. Beard Debutante Club and the 2020 Mr. Escort winner.
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Mr. Jonas J. Isaac, former student of Rosa T. Beard and a founding member of the award-winning Rocket Club.
A interview with my 81 year old great grandmother, recorded by me and my grandmother. We talked about her past life and what she’s most proud of.
Jeannette Holland (68) speaks with her son Erik Townsend (31) about her experience transferring high schools her Junior year at the onset of integration in Nashville, Tennessee. Jeannette recalls the safety and support she felt at her all-Black high school...
StoryCorps Facilitator Kiplyn Primus [no age given] interviews Farrow Allen (80) and Ralph Baker (70). Both men are descendants of Black Americans affected by the Atlanta Race Massacre of 1906.
Oral history about attending the last segregated school, Hygienic School, in Steelton, Pennsylvania. Interview conducted on 13 November 2018.
Friends Norman Hatter (79) and Steven McCutchan (80) discuss meeting civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr., and Stokely Carmichael. They talk about guiding their churches through racism and racial equity as they both have served different types of Christian...
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Ms. Celeste Corbitt, the Rosa T. Beard Debutante Club 2020 President, Miss Cotillion, and Founder's Award winner.