San Francisco

This story is about what it’s like to be all grown up and move across the country at 18 years old.

TheGreatListen2018 part2

I talked with my Nana about her life with my Papa and raising my mother and uncle. We also spoke about her jobs and family traditions.

The Hard Working Life of Bob Schwartz

Bob Schwartz a hard working man from Detroit Michigan gives a couple story's that have made the man he is today. He also gives untold stories of the life inside Texas Instruments (TI).

Pamela Schultz

an interview of Pamela Schultz asking all about adolescence and influences and events in her life.

Metro interview

Our relationship, how it started and how he would describe me to strangers.

Interview with katheryn Fong

Kathryn speaks about growing up as the daughter of Chinese immigrants as well as her involvement in multiple non-profit and civil rights organizations.

Interviewing Herbert Low
November 24, 2017 App Interview

My grandpa, Herbert Low, tells me about his experience growing up in China, and moving to America in the 50's

Meet my grandma

My grandma,Rita, came to American with my mom a very long time ago . I was the first generation in my family to be born in America. My grandma is now retired, and lives with me and my brothers. She’s...

“Yo tengo Lupus… Mi familia me llama una guerrera porque mi enfermera me ayudó a prepararme física y mentalmente para un parto natural.”

Lizbeth Ortiz-Luna, graduada del programa Nurse-Family Partnership de la division de la salud materna, infantil y de los adolescentes del Departamento de Salud Pública de San Francisco, habla de su embarazo de alto riesgo debido a su enfermedad Lupus con...

"You have to believe in yourself and your project more than anybody else, and you have to sell it." An Interview with Amy Winebarger.

Dr. Amy Winebarger is an astrophysicist in the Heliophysics and Planetary Science Office at NASA. Listen to Amy talk about what makes sounding rockets awesome to work with, the rewards of being a mentor, and how a New York Times...

"Even today I'm still amazed at the power of the simple mathematics and it has benefited my whole career." An interview with Xubin Zeng.

Meet Xubin Zeng, a professor of atmospheric science at the University of Arizona. Dr. Zeng was amazed by the power of mathematics at a young age and found his calling in physics. Listen to Dr. Zeng discuss what inspires him,...

"It’s really amazing how difficult it is to study something like the ocean." An interview with Ved Chirayath

Dr. Ved Chirayath is the director of the Laboratory for Advanced Sensing (LAS) in the Earth Science Division at NASA Ames Silicon Valley. There, he develops and invents new instruments for NASA missions on Earth and in space, with much of his current work focusing on creating technology that will increase our...

Gertie, Me and Memory on Memorial Day

Gertie and Anna talk candidly about cancer during Covid19 and finding safe spaces to live and heal. They cover topics around misogyny, mountain life, compassion, doll making and women’s health and empowerment.

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Suzannah Bianco and Nathalie Ingram

Nathalie Ingram (52) and former Olympic teammate Suzannah Bianco (47) describe the early days as athletes and their Olympic careers as "artistic swimmers," which was formerly known as Synchronized Swimming.

"We can always do something and we should always do what we can when we can." An interview with Brian Cairns.

Brian Cairns works for the NASA Goddard Institute for space studies in New York, where he focuses on developing instruments that will make better measurements of small particles in space. In this interview Dr. Cairns discusses his start in engineering,...

A feminist rant & emotional conversations

my best friend Taylor and I dig deep about what it’s like growing up as woman, her role models, struggles, and threats our administration have been making against women

Interview

I interviewed one of my good friends. We discussed his childhood and college life.

A Civil Rights Activist Looks Back

Velma discussed how she became involved in civil rights and told stories of her experience in Mississippi in 1965.