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Lois Doyle Schwall tells us a story about her time as a student at the University of Virginia in the late 1950’s and about how she literally and metaphorically stood up against racial segregation at the University.
Mrs. Hinch talks about growing up in North Carolina with her siblings, going to the theatre, civil rights, and moving North.
Governor Feagin (91) recounts his life as he discusses the turning points with his grandson Taylor Forrest (17)
From childhood during post WWII era to the conflicts of today, and everything in between told from the perspective of a Baby Boomer
My Mom's Mom, who we call Mimi, tells me about growing up during a time of racial hostilities.
My dad growing up in the 50s & 60s in Tallevast (Bradenton/Sarasota)
Michael Johansson (71) interviews his friend and colleague, Dr. Donald Cole (70), about his experience as part of the Ole Miss Eight, a group of eight students who were expelled from the University of Mississippi for protesting racial inequality.
Library Associate, Kayla Morris [no age given], has a conversation with interview participant, Dr. Susie Brown Howard [no age given], about her experience as a nursing student from the 1962 class at Grady Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. The conversation...
Not long ago, people of color were more heavily mistreated, denied opportunities, and denied respect based on one thing. On November 29th, 2017, 14 year old Jason Ridley interviews his 85 year old grandfather, John Ridley III, about his time...
Wanda Bridgeforth (97) is interviewed by her friend Beth Finke (60) about growing up in Bronzeville, Chicago, her time at DuSable High School, and her love for writing.
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.
First, segregation wasn’t as bad. Then, In the 1960’s protesting took place and people of a different race were not allowed to sit with whites and had a different bathrooms and water fountains. Next, in 1963 Martin Luther King, a...
Jackson Moreton interviews Eldon Blount on November 28, 2018 in Oxford, MS. Eldon grew up in Memphis, TN during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. Public schools were still segregated and racial tensions were high. Eldon shares his experience...
This interview with Randy Macht, conducted by his daughter, takes a walk through his life and experiences. He details his childhood and family life, as well as talking about his gymnastics career and schooling. Mr. Macht tells stories of his...
This Is the story of Gordon Zeese who is my grandfather. He gree up switching from New York to Albany with segregation still legal He grew up in high school as a smart semi outsider and facing all the challenges...
The interviewee, my aunt, was alive for the transition period of integrating black students into segregated schools.
A Nana tells her grandson what it was like growing up in the country and city during the Second World War, being Black in segregated America, and other challenges she faced later in life.
Here I interviewed Robert Swinney and talked with him about his experiences with integration and segregation growing up.
I sit down with my great grandmother to have a conversation about life, difficulty, struggle, happiness, love and death. She has lived a long life and has many stories to tell.
My mother, Janet Lynn Coleman (Crawford) tells about her life, as a black child, growing up in the Deep South during a time of overt racism, bigotry, and segregation.
Coworkers Silvia Bunn (67) and Deborah Clark (60) gather to honor and appreciate Deborah's years of service at the Mildred L. Terry Public Library, the first public library for African Americans in Columbus, GA. Deborah reminisces about coming to the...