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- Waldorf School of New Orleans 4
- Jesuit High School 2
- A.F.T.E.R. Katrina 1
- ASCAP 1
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In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Amariah Thurston (16) interviews her mother and friend Leslie Thurston (47) about her experience of watching Hurricane Katrina unfold. She reflects particularly on the government response to the disaster...
I interview my Aunt Pam about the most important people in her life and her early life.
Kennedy Williams interviewed her grandma (Willie Mae Hines) about her childhood in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Illinois. Willie Mae talks about her family and children and leaving a message to the future generations.
Talking with my Aunt about her interests and the people around her who inspired her to do those things.
I, Chris Morel, (17) interview with my mother, Amy Morel, (51) about her life. She also talks about her childhood and being raised by a single mother for much of that time. She goes into her relationship with my father,...
In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana, Matthew Palmer (17) interviews his father John Palmer (54) about his childhood, teenage, and college years. John tells about Christmas with his mother. He also shares what his first...
In this interview, I (17)spoke with my grandmother, Juanita Candies (75) about her childhood and life experiences. We talked about school, religion, jobs, and relationships
The eighties, a time of bright colors, classic movies,Michael Jackson, and a decade of fun for all. Colbe Thomas interviews his father Brandon Thomas, a man from New Orleans about his struggles in the 80s (5:25-6:32) and how he met...
We spoke about my mom’s life in New Orleans, and in Peru. Then we spoke about my life in Orange County and how mom and I have seen OC change!
Anda Grinbergs Howe left Latvia in 1944 and eventually went to the USA with the help of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services.
In summary to this interview, you never know what life will hand you. So be strong and have faith in the life that God has planned for you.
Me and my grandmother talk about life growing up in the northeast,how colleges have changed and even the mafia.
A veteran teacher discovers Waldorf education: “ My best advice for my students would be to keep your imagination open to learning new things so that you can always be an enthusiastic learner.”
I interview my mother about her memories of Pontchartrain Beach amusement park.
I, with some help from my mom, interview my grandmother about her life. My 88-year-old grandmother has moderate dementia and is very hard of hearing. It was very difficult, but she loved participating and gave me a beautiful story.
Rebecca Nelson thought she was going to become an anthropologist, but life had different plans for her: “I feel that I am really helping create the kinds of people I want to be leading our society, and that is my...
Ann Hein of Bayou Teche talks about language, family, activism, education, and her roots in Cajun country.
The origin and execution of a project to provide school supplies to the hurricane damaged areas by members of the Delta Xi chapter of Chi State, Delta Kappa Gamma International.
I loved hearing about his past and things I did not know about him before I interviewed him. He is my biggest role model so I love to listen to his stories.
In this interview, conducted on November 23, 2017, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Mike Younis(18) interviews his grandmother, Eneida Laffont (93), about her life, including her childhood, her work life and marriage, and her experience leaving Cuba due to communism. She...