Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
- YMCA 3
- Government 2
- Jackson George Regional Library System 2
- Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library 2
- 4 sisters 1 40 more
Kenneth Ingram (42) and his mother Celeste Ingram (64) remember Bessie Phillips Isby, Celeste's mother who passed away 6 years ago in 2009.
We talked about her experiences in life and a lot about God
Today, I, Lacey Clark, talked with Bonnie Curry in Oxford, Mississippi about what it was like growing up in the south. The interview was held November 18, 2018. We talked about her experience with racism. Bonnie was born in 1947,...
In this interview, made on November 22, 2018 in Senetobia Mississippi, Bel Monteith and her grandfather, Kat Monteith talk in the city that he has lived in for a long time. Kat talks about his life in the war and...
After interviewing my mom, I’ve learned that her personality has always been consistent from her past to the present.
In this interview, recorded on November 21, 2018 in Oxford, Mississippi, 13 year-old Mina Kang interviews her dad's co-worker, Dale Bramlett (67 years-old) about her life growing up in Mississippi. Mrs. Bramlett shares her stories of racial segregation and her...
On November 25, 2018 in Los Angelos CA, I will be interviewing Rodan Ubungen, or in other words my Dad! He was born on September 24, 1981 in Baguio City, Philippines. Then immigrated to the United States with him and...
In this interview we talked about many things. It includes things like traditions, memories, and advice.
Charlie Wilson (69) talks to his new acquaintance, Brandi Washington (18), about growing up in Mississippi, moving to the North Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago in the 1970s, his family, his work, and his advice to young people on making a...
I talked with my grandpa especially on what his life was like as a child. We also discussed his careers and family members too.
Today is December 7, 2018 and I'm interviewing Karren Elliott about her early life and childhood. She goes into brief description about what it was like growing up when she could play all day and have all kinds of freedom...
Had a lot of acheivements during the Air Force. And had the metals to prove it.
Joe Riley, Mayor of Charleston for 40 years, civil rights activist and Professor at The Citadel interviews longtime friend, Dr. Cleveland Sellers. They talk about what really happened during the Orangeburg Massacre in 1968 and why the event still needs...
I talked with my Pawpaw on a lot of past experiences and how his childhood life was. We also discussed his careers and family.
Traveling while black means researching more than ticket prices and exchange rates. There's a savviness to surviving racism in the United States and abroad as colorism, cultural appropriation, and xenophobia abound. Robin's faced it all as a black woman teaching...
We were cotton pickers who didn’t get paid so my daddy made moonshine and baskets so we could eat.
The comparison of living down in Mississippi to living in the City of Chicago during this time of year.
Marie Redmond, participant in senior activities at Morrison Village (2503 Old Mobile Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39567) is interviewed by Reba Brown, Library Assistant 1 from Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Ms. Marie, a former Sunday...
Born in Mississippi in 30’s, Millie discusses technological changes throughout her lifetime and how they’ve impacted her personally.
While listening to my Mom's story, I realized that there's a lot of things that I don't know. But in the future I hope that we will know each other better as we will ever know.