Jim Henry and Danielle Henry – Atlanta Sit In 1960

Jim Henry was a junior at Morehouse College in February 1960 when he participated in a sit-in with other black students in Atlanta.

Pandemic 2020

This was a conversation with my mother about how the global pandemic, COVID-19, has impacted her life.

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Allie Goolrick and Chester Goolrick

Allie Goolrick (38) interviews her father, Chester Goolrick (74), about his life, focusing on his time serving as a Communications Specialist for the Army during the Vietnam War and his career as a journalist.

Dave & Alex Discuss Preparing for the Climate Emergency

Alex Andersen talks with her dad, David Andersen, about how Inman Park, Atlanta, and the state of Georgia as a whole are underprepared and ill-equipped for any climate crisis. From Snowpocalypse to extreme heat, Alex and Dave discuss the critical...

Death, Dying and Loss #GsudeathS19

An interview with my friend about the passing of her Grandmother.

WSA founder Katie Reily, on the ROOTS of The Waldorf School of Atlanta.

Katie Reily planted the seeds that would grow and blossom into The Waldorf School of Atlanta. What started as an inspired idea and small home classroom, over three decades ago - continues to thrive as the ever-growing Waldorf community in...

Growing up Indian in America with Vanita Gupta

Born in India, my mom came here at a very young age. This was the land of opportunity but also very scary to be tossed in a new culture with a new language and having to figure out things day...

Firefighter reflects on his second chance in life after serving in the Navy

In his 25 years of life, Hector has gone through a lot. Especially from the time he was old enough to enlist. His life was almost taken away from him - he would argue it was completely torn apart -...

Experiences with death, dying and loss

Today we talked about my experiences with death and how I’ve coped with the loses in my life.

Katharine’s Work Life

We spoke about Katharine’s work experiences. She has had many varying occupations throughout her life, which she considers a blessing because she was able to pursue all her “dream jobs”. If there was ever something she wanted to try, she...

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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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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.

Grove Park, Darryl

Darryl sees the change coming and looks forward to it arriving to his community.

Talking to Grandpa about WWll (and some other stuff)

This is me and my mom talking to Aubrey Wells, my Grandpa, about WWII (and some other stuff, too.)

Interview With my Mom
September 19, 2019 App Interview

Stories about childhood in a different country and immigrating to the U.S.

Interview with Michelle Fluellen

The story of my mom moving from St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands to Atlanta, Georgia.

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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.