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Jim Henry was a junior at Morehouse College in February 1960 when he participated in a sit-in with other black students in Atlanta.
This recording is about a teenage girl asking questions to her grandmother during Thanksgiving
On May 17, 2018, Ms. Vonceia Robinson gave this StoryCorps interview on behalf of her imprisoned son, Derius Robinson. The interview was conducted by Southern Truth and Reconciliation—STAR Inc., (www.southerntruth.net), a social justice organization based in Atlanta, Georgia. STAR intern,...
The story of my mom moving from St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands to Atlanta, Georgia.
I interviewed my great grandfather about his life and his inspirations and experiences.
The fantasy worlds we grow up with follow us into adulthood. However there is a stigma surrounding adults/teenagers who still love their fictional worlds and characters. I’m here with my best friend to discuss how fandoms are helpful and joyous...
This interview is about my grandfather’s childhood, our ancestors and what he’s grateful for.
I interviewed Ms. Janet Hurley on her experience in school, in which she gives great advice on education, social life, and TRACK! Along with her great education advice, she talks about the importance of minorities getting their education and using...
During this interview we discussed my Great Aunt’s childhood and family. We also talked about me, my grandfather and my mother.
The impact of Death and loss with Thomas Pettigrew
Here’s my #TimesUp story. I blew the whistle & learned a lot along the way while litigating my case on my own through the justice system. To contact me email email@example.com
We talked about life experiences and parts of how he lived. Lots of talk about travel and family and schooling and such a mild adventures as well as rally’s and such.
I interviewed my aunt who lives in Africa. She has a very interesting life, and I thought she would be a perfect person to interview.
This interview is about how my dad and his family immigrated to the United States of America.
What I have learned in this class and the coping I have had losing my mother to suicide.
My mom’s favorite cousin, aged 94, talks about growing up with the arts in Atlanta and her career in acting.
Part two of a discontinued interview that was interrupted by a call