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- Center for Disease Control (CDC) 2
- Corona Collective 2
- 187th Regimental combat 1
- 1970s, Seventies 1
- 1976 Olympics 1
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Dr. Susana Alfonso (47) shares her insights about her profession and memories of a few patient stories.
Mutale Bingley (40) speaks with her mother, Margaret Chisanga (72), about their lives. Mutale had a dream of being an American at age 12 in Zambia. Today she and her mom are both American citizens.
Colleagues Dr. Rich Besser (61) and Dr. Ian Pray (33) share stories of the early experiences in the CDC's Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS). Together they share their pride in being able to contain E. coli outbreaks or the H1N1 virus....
Jeffrey Robinson (53) speaks with his colleague Garfield Peart (44) about his father Joseph Robinson, Sr. an architect in Atlanta who overcame racism of the time to succeed
For this interview I asked my dad (Trey) questions mostly about his past. Including growing up, his biggest influences in his life and things like that. To be honest I learned more about my dad in those 30 minutes than...
Kemiko Lawrence () interviews her aunt, Frances Baylor (), about growing up on a farm in rural Mississippi and her favorite memories playing with her 13 siblings.
One Small Step conversation partners Lauren Lanphear (64) and Lisa Murphy (35) talk about their families, politics, home schooling and faith.
Anthony Stripling (50) has an honest conversation with his daughter, Gabriella Stripling (13), about his family, his childhood, his regrets, and his motivations for enrolling her in private school.
JoEllen Duke, () interviews her church member, Jim Brooks, about his important role in diversifying Oakhurst Baptist Church during the 1960s. Jim was one of the first African American members, and has remained active within the congregation for over 40...
Jeff Schatten (31) interviews his grandfather, Leon C. Goldstein, about his career as a business owner, views on race, experience serving as the president of the Atlanta chapter of the Anti Defamation League, and most notable life lessons .
Brooke Hatfield (30) interviews her mother, Susie Hatfield (56) about her favorite childhood memories, most notable experiences of her 32-year teaching career, and struggles with breast cancer and family deaths.
StoryCorps intern, Julie Jones (47), interviews Elisheba Fowlkes (33) about her family history, recent move from Brooklyn to Atlanta, and most notable memories working for Barack Obama's campaign in 2012.
Dr. Calinda Lee (48) talks with her intern Kennedi Johnson (24) about the Corona Collective work, the uprisings in the US, and thoughts of solidarity.
interview with my mom about her life, and teaching during the pandemic
Tara (34) and Amanda Hughey (26) interview their grandparents, William(87) and Jean L. Hughey (85), about growing up during the depression, memories of World War II, their courtship and marriage, and favorite life memories.
Physical therapists, Sarah Blanton (50) and Nancy Lehrer (49), interview their patient, Ulysess Elijah (59), who talks about his life after a life-changing spinal cord injury.
One Small Step participants Georgia Riddick [no age given] and Sarah Kirchner [no age given] discuss their experiences with desegregation busing, the people who helped them begin their careers, their concerns about the environment, and their frustrations with the United...
Jackie (30) talks to her friend Keri (33) about her experiences in the military, being underestimated because she is a feminine woman, and deploying to Afghanistan.
This interview is about one of my classmate . It mostly about her immigration stories and her passion.
Judge Harriet M. Murphy [no age given] tells her friend, Anita E. Dabney [no age given], about her education and path to Judgeship on the Municipal Court in Austin, TX. Judge Murphy discusses her work with the NACP and the...
William "Bill" Gripp (75) speaks with his friend Christine Tigue (41) about growing up gay and becoming involved in gay politics at the Atlanta Gay Center
Bart Conner (62) and colleague Kathy Johnson Clarke (61) talk about their overlapping Olympic gymnastics careers and their current work together as broadcast partners.
Lousie Melling (54) interviews her friend and colleague, Vicki Saporta (63) about her work with the National Abortion Federation and the cases they worked on together.
Sanda Gordy interviews form mayor of Atlanta, Sam Casell (85), about his most notable moments in politics and civil service.