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41:59
Demethris Hester and Sabrina Grossman

Sabrina Grossman (34) interviews her friend, Demethris Hester (49), about his most notable memories as a client of Back on My Feet, an Atlanta-based nonprofit that uses running to help those experiencing homelessness to become self-sufficient.

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01:07:39
Evangeline Anderson, Robin Deveaux , and Lillie Thomas

Acquaintances Lillie Ann Thomas (49), Evangeline Anderson (47), and Robin Deveaux (55) talk about being apart of the sickle cell community in Atlanta, and their most notable experiences raising (and losing) children with sickle cell.

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40:33
Marsha Nash and Barry Nash

Marsha Nash (62) and her husband, Barry Nash (63) talk about their grandparents.

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35:26
Sarah Burke and John Burke

Husband and Wife, John Burke (40) and Sarah Burke (37), talk about Sarah's role as Step-Mom to John's Sons, Noah and Eli, and how they make their blended family work.

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38:18
Jennifer Reed and Edward Wood III

Jennifer Reed (54) interviews her father, Edward "Ed" Wood III (80), about his childhood, the information he has found about their family history through his interest in genealogy, and the Christian mission work their family does together.

mby021238
39:53
Raymond Lakes and Yolanda Lakes

Yolanda Lakes (50) sits down with her father, Raymond "Ray" Lakes (72), to ask about his upbringing in Columbus, GA and the world events, as well as personal experiences, that have shaped his current worldview.

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41:57
Jim Martin and Kevin Price

Jim Martin (98) talks with his friend and neighbor, Kevin Price (57) about his service during the Second World War. They cover his initial reticence to enlist and how he changed his mind. They also talk through some of the...

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27:46
Anna Wasden and Joan Hunter Christensen

Anna Wasden (58) sits down with her mother, Joan Hunter Christensen (86), to ask about her family's turf accounting business, what it was like growing up in Distington, England during World War II, and the family traditions that differ from...

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37:12
Victor-Alan Weeks and Brenda Ford

Brenda Ford (51) interviews her conversation partner Victor-Alan Weeks (25) about being a young Black man native of Atlanta, Georgia about how he became a Global Multimedia Specialist and Hemp Farmer.

Francisco Moreno, WSA Founding Parent, on the ROOTS of The Waldorf School of Atlanta (for Waldorf 100). Recorded and edited on 12/11/18

A Waldorf School of Atlanta teacher (games/movement and woodworking) and WSA FOUNDING PARENT- Francisco Moreno – shares a bit of history, as well as some of the challenges, rewards and insights he has gained as a founding member of the...

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45:31
Susan Krysak, Danny Ginter, and Adela Duncan

Susan Krysak [no age given] talks to her friends, Adela Duncan [no age given] and Danny Ginter [no age given], about Paz Amigos, an organization she started to support men and women who were being released by ICE with no...

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38:09
C Moody and Garfield Peart

Garfield Peart (42) interviews his colleague, C. David Moody, Jr. (57), about his most notable experiences as an African American architect and contractor in Atlanta, GA.

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39:29
Curtis Morris, Ashley Morris, and Margaret Morris

Curtis Morris (84) and his wife, Margaret Morris (83), tell their granddaughter Ashley Morris (35) about growing up together in South Georgia.

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39:34
Christian Limon-Nuñez and Gabi Madrid

Gabi Madrid (23) interviews her friend Christian Limon-Nuñez (32) about his art, his life, and his experience living in The Goat Farm Arts Center.

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38:39
Sandra Halvorson and Natasha Herring

Natasha Herring (47) interviews her conversation partner Sandra "Sandy" Halvorson [no age given] about her experience getting into contact with her biological parents and how being adopted has impacted her sense of identity.

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40:15
Fred Jones and Rachel Schmidt

Rachel Schmidt (41) sits down with her father, Fred Jones (79), to ask him about his young adult years. Fred shares stories from his time studying at the Georgia Institute of Technology and from his time serving in the U.S....

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41:49
Linda Watley Norris and Pearl Watley Mitchell

Sisters, Linda Watley Norris (73) and Pearl Watley Mitchell (78), describe what it was like growing up in Columbus, GA, reminisce about the fun times they had as children, and remember family members who have passed away.

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38:15
Gabriele Azhar and Alia Azhar

Alia Azhar (42) shares a conversation with her mother, Gabriele "Gaby" Azhar (75), about how Gabriele first came to the United States, what her life was like growing up in Florida then Georgia, about her family, and about meeting her...

mby021095
34:37
Glenda Tate and Jamila Raybourn

Glenda Tate [no age given] shares a conversation with her mentee, Jamila Raybourn (31), about Jamila’s childhood, her family, her dreams and purpose, what brings her joy, and how she arrived where she is now.

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40:55
Sheikh Rahman and Rawda Rahman

Rawda Rahman (22) speaks to her father Sheikh Rahman (59) about his life, how he came to the U.S. as a student, and later became the first Muslim State Senator in Georgia.

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Alisa Perdue and Susan Ross

Susan Ross (61) interviews her friend, Alisa Perdue (47), about her favorite memories as a group member of Sistagraphy, an African American female photography social group.

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37:44
Patrice Wright-Lewis and Raina Moseley

Raina Moseley (17), a rising senior at Atlanta's Pace Academy, talks with history teacher, Patrice Wright-Lewis (56), about race and racism.

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20:38
Edward Kinner and Beverly Kinner

Spouses Beverly Kinner [no age given] and Edward Kinner [no age given] talk about their involvement in the Columbus, GA community. While Edward describes the work he did on the Columbus Riverfront and Whitewater Project, Beverly shares her experiences volunteering...