Sometimes a story just speaks for itself.
We were thrilled to be a part of David McCullough's visit to the Wright Brothers' Cycle Shop (Greenfield Village, The Henry Ford).
What does food have to do with social justice? Just ask Melvin Parson, an urban farmer who is transforming unused urban land into farmland. Melvin. Is. Inspiring.
This selection is from a personal oral history project with Bradley's "Great Uncle" Harold. A veteran of World War II, Harold served in Patton's 3rd Army, 11th Armored Div., 575th, and describes life as a fighting Thunderbolt.
From Italian refugee to racing legend! We filmed this oral history with Mario over the course of two hours in the comfort of his home in Pennsylvania. Mario's story is one-of-a-kind!
Dr. King, niece of MLK, Jr., shared her personal story of social injustice and segregation. This oral history was filmed inside the actual Rosa Parks Bus.
Mose was an Engine Engineer (Ford Motor Co.) with the Ford Racing team that won Le Mans in 1966/67. He recalls being part of one of the most iconic eras in racing history. Oh, that tradition of spraying champagne in victory? Dan Gurney started it Le Mans in 67 and Mose saw it first-hand!
Tim's story is nothing short of inspiring. This young man overcame some extraordinary obstacles in his life. Tim shared his story with us inside Firestone Farm where, as a young teen, his life changed.
Dr. Sastry is a remarkably humble, yet, amazingly accomplished human being. Her story of failure and accomplishment inspires all to keep on, keeping on!
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