Moscow Food Co-op with Melinda Schab.

Established in 1974, the Moscow Food Co-op is a cooperatively-owned grocery store whose staff and owners are working together to nourish and nurture their community. As an advocate for Palouse producers and families affected by food insecurity, the Moscow Food...

Karnam Comes to America

My name is Nikita Udayakumar and I am a student of the University Honors Program. In December 2018, I had the opportunity to interview my dad about his unique experience immigrating to the United States and forming a sense of...

“I don’t let my past define me, and I really love that you have stuck with me through all of these years.”

Our interview is about Gabby, a former foster child and her adoptive mother Karla. In the interview, the two of them talk about the beginning of their life together which includes heartfelt sentiments, life-changing moments, and memories of a unique...

Common Ground Tacony Oral History Project: John Cambridge

The Butterfly Pavilion in Holmesberg, Philadelphia, PA is lovingly owned and run by John Cambridge. After a tumultuous start in a dubious situation, John and his small staff that feels like family banded together to make a thriving success of...

JOURNALISM SHINES A LIGHT ON INJUSTICE

Franki FBK, writer, newspaper columnist, entrepreneur and freelancer, shares her views on the value of press freedom in the U.S. with Eline Marx, from PEN America.

“We didn’t think it was real at first.”

Fabiola Resto & Pedro Damasceno speak prior to a vigil held for the victims of the tragedy at Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14th, 2018— a day prior to the date of this conversation. Fabiola shares her first-hand experience...

“And I remember opening that box and feeling like my grandmother was there.”

Marah Herbach ’01 and her mother Judith Katz ’66 recall the tangible and intangible connections they made at Wellesley, tying them to generations of Wellesley students.