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Akiba Shabazz talks with her daughters Naja and Zuri about her life growing up with her parents in Memphis, her marriages and travels.
A woman interviews her husband about growing up in rural Georgia and moving to Detroit where he joined a band. He then interviews her about her childhood in Brooklyn, and the blending of their two families.
Naomi Love (27) interviews her new friend Susan Canaday Henry (48) about getting over her arachnophobia, her career, her relationship with art, her childhood, and the life lessons that she has learned along the way.
Childhood friends and One Small Step conversation partners Sandy Fowler-Jones (67) and Barbara "Bobbie Jean" McLenny Herrschaft (67) talk about the importance of their friendship in 1960s North Carolina.
Kimberly Neil (30) interviews her mom, Beverly Neil (70), on her experience as a black student in Chicago's public school system during desegregation efforts.
Troy Grant (41) talks to his former student, Alexis Saunders (17), about how he started teaching, his educational philosophy, and some of his favorite classroom memories.
Antione E. Williams (46) is interviewed by his daughter, Amiah Williams (20), about growing up in Alton, Illinois, his love for people, some of his favorite stories from elementary school, and he also shares some stories from his children and...
Diane Mack (74) interviews her friend and mentee Margaret McCaskill [no age given] about her childhood memories, her passions for reading books and writing poetry, and her hopes for the future.
Carlissia, 21, interviews Sylverna, 57, about growing up in Virginia and Baltimore during the Civil Rights Movement, her interest in libraries, becoming Dean of Libraries at the University of Memphis, and the problems facing African Americans today.
Chandra Blackwell, 40, interviews her mother Nadine Blackwell, 80, about her memory and involvement in Brown vs. the Board of Education, integrating the Topeka Fire Department, and integrating the downtown Topeka restaurants.
Caroline Barnett (61) interviews her friend Gertrude Bridgeforth (98) about her upbringing, family, activism, and community involvement over the years.
Gwendolyn Henderson remembers her life in Tuskegee
John A. Johnson (69) speaks with his son Jonathan Johnson (33) and his daughter Keilah Johnson (32) about his life growing up in the South.
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.
Friends Geneliz Herrera (18) and Tyler Kebreau (18) ask each other questions about their lives. They discuss their passions, families, regrets, hopes, and ways in which they've grown.
Georgie talks with her daughter Sonia Walker about growing up in Buffalo, the illnesses Georgia has suffered and the strength and perseverance they have learned as family.
Shani, 23, interviews her dad Ralph, 56, about growing up in a small Georgia town, his experiences with racism, college life, military service, and being a parent
Janis Faye Kearney (67) interviews her brother James Kearney, Jr. (81) about his life. They discuss childhood memories, their parents, the value of religion in their lives, and family.
Dr. Noelle Trent (39) discusses with colleague and friend Dr. Charles McKinney (52) the experience of blackness throughout their early and current lives, pursuit of academia, and their experience in the subject of History.
Physician James E. Jackson tells his children, James Jackson and Stephanie Christmas, of his work in the medical field and of the importance of attending Morehouse College for him as an illiterate young man.
Lynette D. Bates (47) talks with her brother Larnell Bates, Jr. (51) about family, parenting and good teachers.
Sisters Hinde Muya and Amina Osman are interviewed by McKenzie Wren. The pair discuss the path that brought them to the United States from a refugee camp in Somalia. Hinde shares her views about the differences between Somali Bantu culture...