dda001501
40:09
Lois Walker and Donna James

Lois Larsen Walker (73) talks to her daughter, Donna Walker James (48), about living in Alexandria. She recounts saving bricks from demolished buildings, fighting for school integration, and contributing to the community.

Family Interview about Desegregation

Conversation with grandmother about the integration of elementary school

Auntie-Grandma Jewel (sibling #7)

In the midst of the pandemic my family has been blessed with new life. I spoke with my Aunt Jewel about the experience of becoming a great-grandma during the outbreak. I thought I knew my aunt pretty well but this...

mby011970
43:15
William Robinson III and Dale Hutchens

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.

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37:42
Mike Hamilton and Philip Hamilton

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.

Interview with Eric

Eric Peterson speaks on growing up in Norfolk, VA, his family life, and his love for learning.

dde001663
39:23
Grace Williams and Maria Granville

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.

Edmond Boudreaux’s Experience with Integration

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...

dde001677
39:08
Alison Benders and Margaret [No Name Given]

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.

mby009431
01:13:06
Lee Mallah and Gloria Mallah

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...

Part 3: From India to the USA: My grandmother’s story

Part 3: My grandma and I continued our conversation, talking about politics in the 1970s and positive moments in her life. Additionally, we talked about lessons she learned when teaching at a Milwaukee Public School.

"We should have fought for equality, not integration"

Lauren Graham (17) talks with her grandmother Lavonda Graham (77) about racism and segregation in Milwaukee. In her eyes, integration wasn't so great for us and still isn't today. Join us as we uncover the truth in Milwaukee and its...

mby021080
35:30
Patti Palmer and Danny Bell

Danny Bell (73) talks to his friend Patti Palmer (61) about his life growing up in a Native American community in North Carolina. He shares the untold story of the American Indian and he talks about the importance of bringing...

mby020364
40:25
Sandra Bailly and Robin Lualdi

Friends Sandra Bailly (53) and Robin Lualdi (82) talk about their families meeting each other through the METCO Program and reflect on the special relationship they have continued to foster for 48 years.

Parents and Students on School Integration

National Coalition on School Diversity #NCSD2017 participants Courtney and Aneth share why they joined the school integration movement

mby019776
40:06
Amanda Stone, Natalie [No name given], and Tanya Smith-Sreen

Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Amanda Stone (30), Natalie [No name given] (33) and Tanya Smith-Sreen (25) share about their Peace Corps Guatemala experience. They talk about some of the challenges they faced as Peace Corps Volunteers as well as what...