The Charlotte Jewish Historical Society, a project of the Carolina Agency for Jewish Education, collected these interviews, which are part of a much larger collection that has been ongoing for many years. UNC Charlotte worked with the Charlotte Jewish Historical Society to create transcripts of this group of interviews with the intention of making them digitally available through their website. The audio recordings feature prominent members of Charlotte's Jewish community who discuss the Jewish experience in the Queen City and chronicle the many changes they've seen throughout the twentieth century. Discussions focus on the burgeoning Jewish population, the creation of temples and a vibrant Jewish Community Center, and growing acceptance of and involvement of Jews in social and civic organizations. Interviewees also talk about their own personal experiences with Jewish education, statewide youth networks, and brushes with anti-Semitism.