Love, Pain, Past, Present, and Future

As the interviewer I tried to structure the interview in the order of past, present future. So from her childhood, to her relationship with my father, to having me as a child, and finally to her future

Scott Taylor and Nealy Ambron

One Small Step partners Scott Taylor (29) and Nealy Ambron (41) share a conversation about their time in the military. Scott also talks about his experience navigating his identity, questioning the beliefs he was raised with, and coming out to...

Soror Barnetta McGhee White

Soror White is the last surviving Charter Member of the Fayetteville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is 91 in this interview and looks forward to her birthday on 27 September. She takes a few minutes to...

Julie Peck and Barbara Manger

Julie Peck and Barbara Manger primarily discussed her life as a 27-year-old white professor at an all-black college in Fayetteville, NC, the challenges of communication with rural, undereducated black kids, the discrimination against her for her role.

The Words You Keep

As an athletic trainer that I visit daily, Emily has played such a large part in my well-being, not only physically but mentally and emotionally as well. One of Emily’s largest goals in life is to have a lasting and...

Interview with Grandma Jewel!

A blast from the past helps us recollect and embrace our culture to carry it into our social conversations. Questioning our grandmother Jearlene Williams enlightened our perspective on our legacy and ultimately our perseverance. To have insight into our upbringing...

Interview with David

David (on the right) talked about his journey and experience in ministry.

Oral History

I interviewed one of my best friends that I met last year. We know about each other well but haven’t touched on some of the topics spoken about so this interview was a success.

Me and my older sister discuss the future comically and philisophically

Isaak and Mary, brother and sister, share a laugh or two in their interview, wherein their satire is actually so bad that it surprisingly takes on a meaning of its own.

Oral History Interview – Antoinette White

Interview about her experience being a young, black, female University of Arkansas student from the Delta.

Oral History with Jeff Oxford (Dad)

Talked about his upbringing and how he was influenced by family members. Talked about how his life turned out and advice for future family members.

Oral History Interview

Shelby and I talked about Our friendship and how we have grown up together and how it is to find us as the person we are today.

Spencer Hornsey Interview

This was an interview with my dad about his work life, his family life, and lessons he has learned.

Grandma turns 100

Reflections on Grandma’s 100 years of life.

Linden Combs Interview

In this interview I learned more about what my Mom’s life was like from the time she was a child up until getting married and having children.