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I interviewed my father and discussed with him on things we’ve been through, his past and my future. How he grew up and his childhood. The interview was recorded on 11/27/2020
Somerset Peede (21) speaks to her mentor [No Name Given] (60) about how COVID-19 impacted their lives and their community at the Blair School of Music.
We were able to have a conversation station about how he feels about his family.
Judith "Judy" Bentley (63) and One Small Step partner Laura Mayo (68) relate over their frustrations with US institutions and the polarization of US politics.
My grandmother, Laura, grew up in Haiti and moved to the United States when she was 26. In this first part of our interview she discusses what it was like growing up in Haiti, why she left Haiti, and talks...
Angelia Herrin (69) interviews her mother, Marie Herrin (92), about her childhood and their family.
Kiplyn Primus (60) has a conversation with fellow Atlanta Business League member Andrella Kenner (67). Andrella shares how she came to found CI² Aviation, Inc., the nation’s only minority owned, woman owned, small and disadvantaged business engaged in providing air...
In this interview, made in November 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee, Sasha Thompson (12) interviews her grandmother Shirley Hamilton (80) about some of her childhood in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Shirley shares her most important people in her life and the worst thing...
A narrative of Theodora Lee Gregg's origins in Alabama, the story of her parents marriage, and moving to Ohio.
We discussed Dr. Steve Cloyd’s child life, about his parents, school, etc. We also discussed historical events that have happened in his lifetime.
Everything. Anti-blackness, racism, BLM, compassion, empathy. Being raised a black woman in a wealthy, white, Southern community. A lot more.
Matt Taylor: 2020-08-26 20:44:35 Interview for Nazarene Theological Seminary
Spouses Mary Ellen (73) and Tom Schneider (73) chat about their travels, including more than a few camping mishaps.
Born Black and blind, proud American, state of Black people, not believing in racism, not using his blinds as an excuse, Not being called an "African American" , Black Economic Group.
Mom and I sat outside on the deck and talked about the controversy starting back with the backwards wired diode board
Colleagues David ter Kulie (51) and Sean Carroll (43) discuss the ways auxiliary services at Vanderbilt University stepped up as leaders to help the university navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and welcome students back for the fall 2020 semester.
My great aunt tells me about her life, our family, and hopes for the future.
I interviewed my mom. She had to move country witch taught her to adapt to change.
My father, Tommy Carter, has lived and breathed music his whole life. But what has life on the road really taught him? Was touring really what he expected? Through this interview, I discovered how living life on the road teaches...
Interview with Brittany Jacobs and Gavin Miles the day after confirming they are having a baby