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Bill Hicks talks about joining the Arlington County police department years after almost being killed by a police officer for attempting to help black voters in Georgia register to vote during the civil rights movement summer of 1967.
We discuss the dynamic of our relationship and life experiences that shaped sams life.
John Steinhauer (90) talks with his son, Matt Steinhauer (60), about having polio as a child and seeking treatment in Warm Springs, Georgia, where he met the president, Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Me and my grandfather talked about his life, what he took from his service, and how his upbringing, and the people around him has changed him, and how he has unto them.
The Great Thanksgiving Listen on Friday, November 24 in Brunswick, Georgia with Joshua and Vonda Harrington.
Ben Napier is a Air Force member interviewed David Cardona the day before he retires after 20 years of active duty service. Been discussed is why he joined the air Force, raising a family in the air Force, in the...
I interviewed my grandfather and learned more about his family and where he came from.
I interviewed Joseph Miller who is the youngest in the family of 9. He tells about some of his favorite memories growing up.
Jennifer Peacock (46) and Allen Peacock (84) talk about growing up in the South and how race and racism affected all aspects of life.
My brother and my mom have been very close, and they talked to each other a lot more often and more easily than I talked to my mom. My brother has moved out and with that my mom and I...
Bryanna Thomas (22) talks with her grandfather, Mike Ingram (60), about his childhood, his work as a lineman, and his favorite times with his children and grandchildren.
During life story chat meet up club we talked about genealogy, family and Sears and Roebuck memories!
We talked about my Grandpa’s childhood, his experiences, and people who influenced him.
Jim Smith talks about integration activism in the late 50s and early 60s
We are at our lake house for thanksgiving and i sat down with my grandmother to interview her.
Mary H. Taylor reflects on her life as she approaches retirement, her upbringing and journey on the Great Migration and the nation's first black president.
Marcus interviewed Qaani on his life and his struggles. It is very interesting.
Wives Victoria "Vickie" Berdanis-Dukart (57) and Rosanne Berdanis-Dukart (49) tell the story of their relationship, from how they initially met, to a 5 1/2 year period of not seeing each other, to their eventual marriage and life together.