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An 81 year old mother reflects on a life of rich memories and hardships. She is the last relative to leave West KY since the Jackson Purchase.
In this interview, conducted in December 2019 in Memphis, Tennessee, I interviewed my grandmother Ann Farris, whom I call Yia Yia. We discussed growing up in Memphis, Tennessee and coming from a very Greek family. I learned more about my...
In this interview, conducted at the end of November 2019, in White House, Tennessee, Maggie Weems (18) interviews her father Dwayne Weems (54) about his childhood. Mr. Weems discusses how politics has shaped him as a man and how his...
I interviewed my mom to learn more about her, since this isn’t a normal conversation between us it feels a bit awkward for the both of us
In this interview, conducted during November 2018 in Ashburn, Virginia, Kale Robertson (16) interviews his mother Angie Howell (40). Mrs. Howell shares about her childhood in suburban Nashville, TN, with her sister who was challenged by fetal alcohol syndrome, and...
We talked about what my grandfather’s childhood was like. We also talked about what it was like being a police officer during the Civil Rights movement and how he met my grandfather.
I talk with Lynda Cobb, my debate coach, the mother of my debate partner, and my 2nd mother. Thanksgiving Day, 2018, in the downstairs of my house on a couch bed.
This interview was recorded on November 24, 2018 in Memphis, Tennessee. My name is Dorothy Grace Daniels and I am 14 years old. I interviewed my grandmother, Joanna Underwood. We discussed growing up in the 50’s and 60’s, surviving being...
In this interview, conducted in December 2017, in Memphis, Tennessee, Taylor Gallik (15) interviews her mother, Wendy Gallik (51), about her life growing up in Roanoke, Virginia. My mother shares stories about some of her fondest memories of her childhood...
Nathaniel Loper (17) interviews Jesse Terry (93) about his childhood and growing up years in Gobey, Tennessee.
My grandmother answers questions about growing up and how society has changed.
What my grandmother did during in school. What sports my grandmother did for sports. What my grandmother did for fun with her friends. And what my grandmother’s family was like.
A 6 year old girl talking with her 17 year old sister about a tragic death in the family.
Glenn Stroup’s life as military officer, father and activist.
My Grandmother and I talked about her childhood and how it molded her the be the amazing mother and person that she is today.
This is an interview between my mother and my grandmother.
Steve Montgomery, the head pastor of Idlewild Presbyterian, takes a look back at his 18 years of service and shares his lessons learned and wisdom from ministry.
My lovely neighbor Ms.Sims talks about her life experiences and shares some wisdom.
Taqiyya Deen Washington and Karen Kay Reynolds are leaders in Clarksville Indivisible. They discuss their experiences as women in the military.