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Maw Maw told stories of her childhood, her career, and her marriage. She also shared with me advice for my future and my children.
Friends and former spouses Claudia Perry (57) and Lance Ollivierre (59) remember their history together and reflect on the family they created.
Spencer discusses his role model, dumbest moments, his favorite memory, and gives advice to someone younger.
Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...
Holly Haze interviews her brother Fast Eddie Coyle. Both radio DJs with great stories and more to come.
Talking with my longtime family friend Sue Rogers (Ms. Sue) about life and growing up black in Jim Crowe Mississippi.
Talia Ivory: 2020-12-13 17:47:37, My Aunt Darnell Ivory tells me about one of her brothers Cecil Ivory jr. Along with my great-grandpa, Cecil, Cecil Ivory jr. changed the world for the better.
Gary W. Hawk (72) interviews his wife, Joyce L. Hocker (76), about her family's experiences taking a stand against U.S. racism in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s.
My older sister, Emma-Blake tells me how being an older sister has made her a successful leader and its impact on her relationships with others
Talking about the lifestyle and work obligations of a trusts and estate attorney
My grandmother talked about her childhood history and the people who impacted her life most. She also talked about our ancestors, family traditions, and family members.
In this interview, we talked about lessons learned, work/college life, and finally advice as I go into college.
In this interview, conducted in December 2020 in Indian Land, South Carolina Addison Carter (12) interviews her grandma Grace Goreth (74) about her childhood in the jungles. Grace shares memories about living in another country and then moving to the...
I interviewed the head of AIS, Katie Willett, about her thoughts regarding sexual misconduct at our school.
Dr. Sebrina Cooke-Davis (48) speaks with her friends, mother and daughter Dr. Kim Lewter (53) and DraShonta Brinson (34), about DraShonta's childhood and how they have built a community together.
One Small Step partners, Tammie Sanders (58) and Brandon Gerena (43), discuss social issues important to them, the agriculture business, and the COVID-19 pandemic.