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In this interview I asked my mom a series of questions about the ins and outs of her life.
Friends, Elizabeth "Betsy" Corn Pass (40) and Bonnie Ruszczyk (46), talk about their friendship and respective notable moments in their lives.
Discussion with family about the legacy of John Atkinson, Sr. June 11, 1943 Georgia Supreme Court Case to allow him to move into a house in the Hunter Hill and Grove Park area of Atlanta, GA
My mom’s favorite cousin, aged 94, talks about growing up with the arts in Atlanta and her career in acting.
We discuss how death and grief is docterined within Black communities in America and the taboo behind it.
I interviewed my great grandfather about his life and his inspirations and experiences.
Clifford King Harbin explains life in inner city Atlanta in the 60’s and her experience going to school with Martin Luther King Jr.’s sons.
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.
Death experience: Interview with Idil by Gloria
Terry Chartock (50) interviews her friend Daniel Ellison (89) about his career working in hotels and hotel clubs and the famous people he met through his work.
Interview with my mom where I ask her about if she’s proud of me and what advice she’d give her younger self.
Interview with Erin Eben (My cousin) on school, life, and the future ahead.
A conversation with Emily Williams, the 2018 GLA New Member Round Table Chair.
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
Sang Park (82 years old) shares his experience and motivations as a campaign organizer for BJ Pak, the first Korean-American to run for state legislator in the State of Georgia during state elections in Fall 2000. 박상(82) 씨가 2000년 가을에...
Me and my best friend Paula FaceTimed to talk about our friendship. We haven’t seen each other in a very long time but our friendship is intact.
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 dives deep into the early life and adulthood of Rhea Triche. Her comparisons on life as a child for her versus how life for children is like today.