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Susan Ross (62) interviews her friend, fellow Atlanta photographer, Jim Alexamber (78) about his experiences as the first Atlanta Jazz Festival photographer and his more than fifty years of photographing jazz artists.
Renfroe Middle School student Lucy Yates (14) interviews former Renfroe Middle School Principal Cliff Chandler (75) about growing up under segregation, being one of the first Black teachers to work at Decatur High School, and integration of the Decatur City...
Patty Mitchell () and Susan Dlouhy () talks about using art and the creative process to work with people with disabilities and alter perceptions of their value and ability.
Marlyn Tillman () tells Autumn Blanchard (31) about her experiences as a parent and education advocate.
The history of the Mansfield family, specifically the Mansfield 8, and their experiences in Wake, VA in 1935 through the 1950's. The story of a woman trying to learn about the father she hardly knew by reconnecting with the place...
Melissa Turnage, 64, tells her niece Juliet "J.P." Hemingway, 38, about her mother, JP's grandmother, Jenny Robertson. Jenny created the Children's Dance Foundation in Birmingham, AL.
Colleagues Venita Barnette, 53, and Erin Berglind, 31, talk about their love of teaching and the experiences they've had as teachers.
University of Incarnate Word professors, Roger Barnes (62) and Robert Sosa (72) talk about their experiences visiting various historic landmarks and cities of the Civil Rights Movement.
Daniel Potts speaks to his wife Ellen Potts, and gives sobering description of his care of his father during Alzheimer's.
Loraine Fontana (62) asks her friend Saralyn Chesnut (62), the first director of Emory’s Office of Office of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Life. As a child in the 50s and 60s, Saralyn learned to “act like a girl,” but in college...
Friends Jerome Hughes (42) and Dwain Bridges (30) talk about how they and their families have struggled with their homosexuality and their HIV statuses.
As part of the Reimagine Education Forum, Kelli shares a major event in her life that helped shape her passion for education.
Linda Gorham (58) tells her friend Gwendolyn Hilary (68) about being a professional storyteller. She also talks about what she learned from her grandfather who was a Pullman Porter, her passion for golf and how she learned about race in...
Gerald "Gerry" Pellegrini (55) talks to his colleague and friend, Ben Humrighouse (38) about their work on Ebola in Sierra Leone.
Gloria Strong (57) interviews her friend and church member, Lewis Phillips (77), about his most notable life experiences including his Vietnam war experiences, and raising a large family.
Paul Rainbird [no age given] shares memories from his life in San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, with new friend and fellow activist, Daniel Enger (56). A main topic of the conversation is how the U.S. Government's relocation programs have impacted...
"Memories of The Row"
Sisters Cheryl Alphabet (54) and Wanda McDow (50) converse about how their lives have changed since Cheryl was shot in the head in 2008, which resulted in a traumatic brain injury that erased most of her memory. Wanda is Cheryl's...
Kendall Latimer (20) talks to Martha Wallace (63) about how the Woodruff Scholars gave her several opportunities that she never imagined, such as studying abroad in Spain and winning several awards for poetry and non fiction. She also talks about...
Colon cancer survior Scott Davis (52) and his wife Yvette Capris Davis (49) speak about how the cancer diagnosis and treatment affected their marriage and their life, why they came to CTCA for treatment and how volunteering at CTCA helps...
Jeff Graham, 46, talks with his friend Susan Cornutt, 50, about being one of the first women in Georgia to be diagnosed with HIV. She was number 8.