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While interviewing my uncle bay we talk about his background moving from Mississippi to Detroit Michigan.
From the 1950s on the farm in North Carolina, to blind school in New Brunswick, to Northgate II in Camden, NJ, Mr. Rhoe has lived a life full of adventure!
Vickie Silver: 2020-09-07 18:54:43 Vickie Silver & Helen Adelt reminisce about the 1960s
Lois Doyle Schwall tells us a story about her time as a student at the University of Virginia in the late 1950’s and about how she literally and metaphorically stood up against racial segregation at the University.
Jane Mahlme's involvement in the League of Women Voters and Town government led her to go to law school as a mother of two & then pursue a fascinating career in public service.
I asked multiple questions on my Grandmas life and what she remembered. I tried to pull as much as I could out of her.
We talked about the Civil Rights Movement and social justice. What we believe in and what others believe in.
An interview with a working-class Nashville Native. You can hear about family history, civic engagement in Nashville, and passions of my grandfather.
We talked about things that happened after the Civil Rights Movement in Nashville, Tennessee.
This interview with Randy Macht, conducted by his daughter, takes a walk through his life and experiences. He details his childhood and family life, as well as talking about his gymnastics career and schooling. Mr. Macht tells stories of his...
The challenges of being a principle while in a minority and the Civil Rights Movement.
we talked about my grandfather Garry A Mendez Jr. who was an activist for black people. We talked about his love for the people and how he always cared about people who were underserved. We also talked a little bit...
Summary about my grandparents and their experiences during the civil right movements.
My mom and I caught up again over the phone. Just as southern states are beginning to reopen the virus is reaching our family like never before but my mom believes that her faith and military experience will carry her...
Interview with Laurine Roberts about Martin Luther Kings Legacy and living in Newark, NJ during the Civil Rights Era
I interviewed my grandfather about his time in the National Guard, and more specifically his involvement in the riots that took place in Chicago after MLK’s assassination
“Sometimes the ones you think are your friends are not your friends”
In this interview on November 29th, 2020 in Tijeras, New Mexico, Julianna McDonald (17) interviews her grandma, Elaine West (74) as she reflects about her childhood and breaking through her own barriers later in her life through her inspiring interracial...
His grandfather was a priest who has the ability to create relationships between spirits/demons and human. Because his father fought for Burma's independence against the British and was a leader for Civil Rights Movement under a Dictatorship government, my uncle...
In this interview, we talked about important political issues and generally the history of my grandmother’s life.
The interview covers my Grandma's perspective on her life and important events of recent history including The Civil Rights Movement, Feminism, JFK's Assasination, and 9/11.
Meet Caressa Thomas. Learn a little bit about her early years, the lessons she’s learned in life, and her take-aways on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.