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Barbara (67) talks to her colleague Carol (60) about her career as a Public Relations and Journalism Professor at Howard University.
July 26, 1964 description of a surprise stroll around the White House drive with The Johnsons
The authors of “I, Too, Sing America: The African American Book of Days” reflect on images from Library of Congress and propose a new project
McKenzie participated in her first political march in Washington, DC on January 21, 2017 with her mom. In this interview conducted by her mom, McKenzie explains her motivations, describes her experiences and reflects on the lessons she learned from this...
Heidi Hartmann explains what it was like to be a First-Generation college student at Swarthmore College in the 1960s.
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.
This is a fun and loving interview with my grandmother. This includes lots of classic family stories and the life of my grandmother.
"Life in the priesthood is one of humility," says Michael Hennessy in this interview recorded shortly before his May 2018 ordination as a priest. Hennessy is a New Englander who started thinking about being a priest when he was teaching...
Twelve-year old Isaac shares his wisdom for his great-great grandchildren and his ideas on ways to help the earth.
Alex and Devin share memories about their decades-long relationship, her struggle with ovarian cancer, and what it's like facing the end of life.
Sarah Gray, age 47, (Washington DC) blood transfusion recipient, interviews Jack Delaney (61), one of the 10 anonymous strangers who donated 1 of the units of the blood she received during childbirth in 2010. "I'd like to make a new...
Three high school juniors from Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bethesda, Maryland talk with each other about how they adapted to being a student in the time of Coronavirus.
Shari, who is bi-racial, talks about the racism faced as a small child living in Alabama in the early 60s.
Gerry Rebach and Joetta Jacobsen met in 1976 and have been best friends for 40 years. They have 40 more to go.
I interviewed my uncle on his journey and development from childhood to adulthood in education and careers.
A student and a staff member at DC’s highest performing public school talk about education, family, friends, and character.