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Friends and One Small Step partners Kimberly Lemite (54) and Daniel Elliott [no age given] reflect on the impact of their family histories. They talk about the legacy of slavery in the United States and what it means to truly...
Edwin Adkins: 2020-08-01 20:40:52 Move from Kopperston to Huntington, W. Va. to attend Marshall U. Civil rights group at Marshall, how she met my father (Ronald Adkins) and how they conducted demonstrations.
Michael Johansson (71) interviews his friend LaRico Treadwell (33) about his upbringing, his academic career, and his goals for the future.
Duane Smith talks about taking up theology, becoming social activist in his church.
One Small Step partners Mike Boehrer (53) and Philip Sikora (69) spend an hour discussing their personal political evolutions, law enforcement, and fatherhood in the context of retirement. Note: This interview contains mention of rape.
Best friends Imogene Brooks (63) and Shirley Tarver (70) reminisce about the good times they have had together throughout their long friendship, describe what it was like growing up on the border of Columbus, GA and Phenix City, AL as...
Keelan Ready Weeks (27) interviews her father George Ready (64) about his father, Bill Ready Sr., and his civil rights work. They talk George's childhood, their family history, and George's work in politics today.
Rik and Marianna talk about her family and his life as a musician.
Sherri Taylor (67) interviews her father, Vernon Frank Reeves (96), about what it was like being an educator in Okeechobee County, Florida during integration. They also talk about Vernon's childhood in Okeechobee and remember some characters from his hometown.
Rev. Chestina Archibald (75) tells her son, Albert John "AJ" Archibald (50), about her childhood, family, and education.
Katherine Sharp [no age given] exchanges with her husband, Alf Sharp [no age given], their memories growing up in racially segregated towns in Tennessee, impactful events from their university years at Vanderbilt, and moments from when KS taught at a...
Liesl Scheer Dana (50) has a conversation with her father, George M. Scheer, Jr. (85), about his parents and grandparents, his youth in Eatonton, Georgia, and his military service.
Rosalie reflects on her early years, her accomplishments and hopes for her family
Karl Friedman (86) is interviewed by his colleague and friend Maurice Shevin (58) about his involvement in the Jewish community and Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham.
Eugene Hutchens, age 80, and his son, Dale Hutchens, age 53, talk about Eugene’s life growing up during the Great Depression, his years as a Baptist pastor in Alabama, and his career in radio.
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...
Jenn Simmons (39) interviews her friend, colleague, and mentor, Howard Cavner (68), about his childhood in the Ozarks region of Missouri, his relationship with his grandmother, the pride he has for his daughter, and the most important lessons that he...
Michael Scott talks about his father McKinley Scott, growing up below the Mason-Dixon Line, and a bombing of their house by the Ku Klux Klan in North East, MD.