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Grandma Mac, Mother Mary Beth and Daughter Ilana talking about their lives as women.
Connecting communities and youth through outdoor recreation
With experiences from Azerbaijan, India and the United States, three scientists discuss how they’ve shared their passion for science in society and data transparency from generation to generation. They hope future generations continue to use data to help people withstand...
George tells Sarah about being gay all his life, but only coming out at age 70 (just like Barry Manilow). He describes dating and falling in love with men during his 35 years overseas with Peace Corps and other organizations...
I interviewed topics with my brother mainly concerning the old generations with newer generations
Seven year old Dalia interviews her 80 year old grandpa about growing up in a New York orphanage.
On this final part of Life Lessons with Chan, he talked about all the life regrets he doesn’t have! He believes that all of the “mistakes” he’s made were an opportunity for him to grow and learn. Maybe he shouldn’t...
Otis Grove is in hospice and this is likely the last time I’ll be with both my parents. We talked about favorite memories, how being a parent changed them and a message to future generations.
In collaboration with Shiho, we have launched the Obaa-chan in the cloud project. She has interviewed her 92 year old Grandmother, her mother and aunt for her children to be able to access “in the cloud” when they share these...
In this interview, my father talks about his childhood and his work experiences and how they have affected him.
An interveiw with my mother about her life and how events in her life have effected her to this day.
Georgeanne is a pillar of community in Tacony and her family while raising the 5th generation of Italian American Tacony residents. Georgeanne shares neighborhood and family stories.
Cooking with the generations of Mother’s and passing on that legacy to future generations
My mom and I talked about the differences between my childhood and hers. She also explained how our culture now is different.
In our interview, Sean and I discussed living life as part of the younger generation and growing up with technology. As well as the pros and cons that come with it.
I did a total of 23 questions where my grandma talks about her childhood life, where she grew up, and how she met my grandpa.Also memories of myself and my father, aunt, and uncle
The thing that was talked about was dumbs thing she ever did and, what she was most greatful for. I asked 4 questions
This 10 question interview I asked my dad some questions about his childhood and some about me.