mby022119
39:57
Betty Sawyer and Mama Charlotte Starks

Friends and colleagues Betty Sawyer (69) and Mama Charlotte Starks (74) reflect on the community building, education, and healing work they have dedicated their lives to. They discuss those who have influenced them, the importance of the work, and their...

mby020220
38:18
Linda Vaughn and Alphonso Vaughn

Spouses Linda Vaughn (68) and Alphonso Vaughn (69) center their conversation about the changes they've witnessed in Amarillo throughout the years, starting with desegregation, and leading to Alphonso being president of the local NAACP chapter for a decade. The pair...

mby021102
33:11
Amy Grant and Robyn Gahr

Sisters Amy Grant (61) and Robyn Gahr (63) share a conversation about what it was like growing up as Jewish in Fayetteville, North Carolina, the community they had there, and the role that Judaism has played in their lives.

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42:11
Patricia Willits and Leigh Carlson

Patricia "Patti" Willits (70) speaks with her One Small Step partner, Leigh Carlson (66), about their political values and differing upbringings.

mby021238
39:53
Raymond Lakes and Yolanda Lakes

Yolanda Lakes (50) sits down with her father, Raymond "Ray" Lakes (72), to ask about his upbringing in Columbus, GA and the world events, as well as personal experiences, that have shaped his current worldview.

mby012005
42:35
Dan Tibbs and William Hampton

Dan Tibbs Jr. (91) tells his friend William Hampton (53) about growing up outside of Huntsville as the son of a prosperous farmer, his memories of Jim Crow and the nearby trial of the Scottsboro Boys, and voter registration drives...

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41:45
Edna Sheridan and Kiplyn Primus

Kiplyn Primus (57) has a conversation with a fellow pilgrim, Edna Sheridan (70), during their Year of Return Jamestown to Jamestown trip to Ghana in August, 2019. The women also talk about Edna's hometown of Huntsville, Alabama.

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45:03
Selma Rockett and Erika Seid

Selma Rockett (68) talks with her niece Erika Seid (43) about the different chapters in her life: her childhood and family, her career and being a mother.

Subculture

Being apart of the subculture of the NAACP