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- Childhood memories 3
- CVC History Project 2
- 9/11/2001, September 11, 9/11 1
- Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (ASCA) 1
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- Atlanta GA 38
- Emory University 3
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- Atlanta 2
- Corporate Volunteer Council 2
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StoryCorps Facilitator, Kiplyn Primus (57), has a conversation with new friend and community leader, Antoinette Tuff (53). Topics include Antoinette's childhood, her role as a wife and mother, and the day she talked an armed gunman at Ronald E. McNair...
Edward Austin Hall (57) talks with his friend and artistic colleague through StoryCorps, Tehniyat "Tehn" Shaikh (25), about how and when she knew she wanted to study animation. Topics include favorite cartoons, comic books, and Tehniyat's family in India.
Edward "Ed" Hall (56) talks with his friend and colleague, Deanna Sirlin (60), about her artistic process which is described as both macroscopic and rectilinear. Other topics included are the importance of artist residencies and math.
Andy Phelan (53) talks with his friend long time Civil and Human Rights Activist John Evans (86) about John's childhood, his education, and his career to include being Dekalb County's 1st African American Commissioner.
Cousins, Monica Jordan (48) and LaTonya Walker (50), recount their runaway adventure which coincides with the Atlanta Child Murders of the late 1970s.
Paul Kapphahn (81) has a conversation with his Wife, Pat Kapphahn (80), about where and how they each grew up and how they came to start their own private psychotherapy practice.
Ed Hall (57) has a conversation with friend, colleague and fellow poet, Felton Eaddy (69), about Felton's childhood in Fork, South Carolina. Additional topics include Felton's education, his work with the Fulton County Arts Commission, and the Atlanta Poetry Kitchen,...
Colleagues Joe Vella (64) and Sydney Langdon (36) talk about their history with Atlanta's Corporate Volunteer Council, specifically with regards to the organization's Carol D. Reiser Award.
Fellow students from Amario's Art Academy, Isaiah Manderson (18) and Nadia Beavers (18), have a conversation about their superheroes, both fictional and in real life.
Amy Ray (55) talks with her Mother, Frances Walker Ray (82), about what it was like growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, especially during the Jim Crow Era and the Civil Rights Movement.
The photography of deceased artist Rusty Miller, father of Elizabeth Miller Stepakoff (53), will soon be on exhibit at Atlanta's Gallery 72. Friends of Elizabeth, Ed Hall (56) and Susan Todd- Raque (66), join her in a discussion of her...
Friends Barbara Arne (63) and Augustine Byamasu (46) talk about his journey with his family from a refugee camp in Zimbabwe, to being a home owner in Georgia.
Harold Thomas III (51) has a conversation with his mother, Veronica Elaine Thomas (70), about her childhood in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. They discuss marriage, parenthood and Veronica's health.
Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Sholon and Katrina Rucker (granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard) about love, dating, and marriage.
Joanna Kobylivker (42) talks with her father, Daniel "Dan" Dinur (74), about his life journey from Lithuania to Israel and ultimately to the United States. NOTE: During the interview, Dan quoted his mother as saying "Greta Garbo will be meeting...
Spouses and soon to be first time parents, Brent Macon (31) and Lindsey Macon (31), share memories and experiences from the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harding Royster (37) talks with family friend, Darryl Holloman (51), about the evolution of higher education and their own college experiences.
Friends Renee Marchol (43) and Christa Hill (27) talk about how long they have known each other, their interest in writing and pets.
Friends Tiffany McWilliams (18) and Julia Franck (18) talk about graduating from high school and starting college in 2020. They talk about how COVID-19 has impacted their lives and their hopes for the future.
Clementine "Mimi" Cradick [no age given] talks with her grandmother, Carol Cradick (78), about the things they like to do together, as well as, some ways life is different now from when Carol was younger.
A story of growing up in a Greek family in Boston during the 1930s -- from rags to riches, and then finding happiness in middle class Atlanta.
Friends and colleagues Cheryl Kortemeier (49) and Kristina Christy (48) talk about their history with Atlanta's Corporate Volunteer Council.
Alexandra "Alex" Thomas (34) talks with friend and fellow Pinay Veronica Salcedo (40) about Filipino American identity, history, and education.
Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz (39) talks with her mother, Pouran Khavar (67), about her childhood in Tehran, Iran, and how everything changed.
Kiplyn Primus (60) talks with friend and fellow Atlanta Business League member Michael Russell (57) about growing up in the Collier Heights neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, and going into the family business.