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- Segregation 13
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- memories of growing up 7
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- Andover Center for History and Culture 1
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Friends Grace Williams [no age given] and Maria Granville (65) talk about Ms. Grace's childhood in Harlem, the history and culture of the neighborhood, and their hopes for the future of their community.
Friends and colleagues Alison Benders (65) and Margaret [No Name Given] (65) talk about their Catholic upbringings and their experiences with religion in adulthood. They reflect on what pilgrimage, faith, and community have meant to them.
Susan Gardner (65) speaks with her mother, Lillian Gardner (98), about their lives in Tennessee during the time of school desegregation. The two discuss the integrated Girl Scout troop they were involved in and experiencing the first year of school...
Jarrod Sport (37) interviews conversation partner and new friend Dr. Donald Felder (73) about his personal experience with school desegregation.
Former colleagues Suzanne Hittman (92) and Mike Hoge (74) speak about their roles in Seattle's desegregation efforts.
This interview was recorded in Oxford Mississippi on November 26. I interviewed Edmond Boudreaux who is my grandfather and was born in Georgiatown, South Carolina and now lives in Biloxi Mississippi. He talks about public bus integration and his first...
Former student, Dale Hutchens (58) interviews his band director, William T. Robinson, III (74) about his career as a band director and his experience teaching students during the beginning of integration in Alabama.
Eric Peterson speaks on growing up in Norfolk, VA, his family life, and his love for learning.
Johanna Rucker (75) sits down with her friend, Saundra Kelley (73), to discuss their experiences growing up in the U.S. South in the 1950s and 1960s.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Ajita Bhat reflects on her immigration to America in the pursuit of higher education, and how her impressions of the country has evolved. After settling in Andover, she quickly found community, and eventually became the...
Gloria, 48, talks to her mother, Lee, 82 about growing up in a large Greek, Sephardic Jewish family in Indianapolis. Lee talks about her mother, siblings and husband. Lee has kept her mother's tradition of cooking and baking and talks...
Michael Hamilton (82) talks with his son, Philip Hamilton (42). They talk about Michael's first and second marriages, their shared love of nature and birds, Philip's coming out, and the ways they have grown.
This interview is a just simple questions about what the Houston Police department was like in the past.
Friends Mike Wegner (71) and Ron Pollack (69) talk about meeting as young white college students in New York, and their subsequent involvement in the Civil Rights movement, including the Freedom Summer. They talk about how it shaped the rest...
The life of Debbie Henderson and all the battles she faced as well as good times spent with her family were discussed in the interview.
Second part of interview with my grandma, in which we discuss immigration in further detail, as well as her experiences teaching in Milwaukee during integration of public schools in the 1970s.
Josiah Bennetone (37) shares a conversation with his grandmother, Mary Jackson (90), about Mary’s childhood in Wilmington, North Carolina, segregation and integration of Wilmington schools, her career, her faith, and how the world has changed since she was a child.
Barbara Speisman (86) shares stories of her childhood, her family, and career with her son, Aaron Speisman (50).
Kari Hoggard (46) interviews colleague Rebekah Thomas (52) about her experiences working in refugee resettlement in Springfield, Missouri.
Stephen Ackerman (65) talks to colleague, Matthew Dull (38), about S.W. Tucker, a man who organized a sit-in at Alexandria Public Libraries in 1939.
Jim Henry was a junior at Morehouse College in February 1960 when he participated in a sit-in with other black students in Atlanta.
Joanne Hardy (85) talks with her daughter, Janice Klunder (62), about her late husband, Reverend Bruce Klunder. She remembers how she met Reverend Klunder, their relationship and participation in Civil Rights movements, and how he was killed while picketing for...
In this interview, my grandmother discusses her experience with segregation and integration.