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Sanda Gordy interviews form mayor of Atlanta, Sam Casell (85), about his most notable moments in politics and civil service.
Kiplyn Primus (61) talks with her conversation partner Ralph Baker (71) about his ancestor Jesse Maxwell Barber and the 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre.
StoryCorps Facilitator Kiplyn Primus [no age given] interviews Farrow Allen (80) and Ralph Baker (70). Both men are descendants of Black Americans affected by the Atlanta Race Massacre of 1906.
Friends Alan Bienvenida (25) and Jacob Clemente (26) talk about Filipino culture as it pertains to holiday celebrations, religious practice, and career choice.
I interview my grandmother about the pandemic were living in (COVID-19), Racism in the late 1940s and mental health arising in this pandemic.
Sarah Blanton (51) interviews her colleague Steven Wolf (72) about his distinguished career in physical therapy, his family background, and the future of the profession.
This is a conversation with John and Vivienne Ingersoll, an interracial couple that met at Spellman College in the late 1960’s and wake up every morning happy to have spent their lives together.
Stephen Pellicer (39) interviews his mother Fiameta Pellicer (72) about her decisions in how to raise him with regard to his Filipino heritage, and Fiameta tells Stephen about her journey in serving as a psychiatrist in academic and private practice.
Library Associate, Kayla Morris [no age given], has a conversation with interview participant, Colonel Jacqueline Caynon-Hall [no age given], about her experience as a nursing student from the 1962 class at Grady Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. The conversation was...
Jenn Simmons (39) interviews her friend, colleague, and mentor, Howard Cavner (68), about his childhood in the Ozarks region of Missouri, his relationship with his grandmother, the pride he has for his daughter, and the most important lessons that he...
Dr. Paula Bloom (47) speaks with her book club friend Dr. Denise Raynor (70) about her life growing up in the late 1960's and becoming an African-American woman doctor.
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.
Nicholas Welsh (33) speaks with his father, Timothy Welsh (75), about growing up in Chicago and moving to Atlanta.