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- Annenberg 2
- Butte college 2
- New York Times 2
- The Nana Project 2
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- English 9
My mothers life in Dominican republic was a life that she really enjoyed. She spent most of her life over there and visited many different places. She got to hang out with her friends on the amazing beaches and she...
Discussing how the LGBTQ+ community has changed, and where it will go next.
Ms Betty Carner moved to the Chicora/Cherokee community when North Charleston was first incorporated as a town in 1972. Her father-in-law Mr. Carner was a well known farmer who has a street named nearby after him. Ms Betty was a...
My project for English Language Arts on rock music in Washington State, interviewing my dad, Jeff Till.
Lorna Brown, lifelong Vermonter, talks about her experience growing up during WWII and differences between her life and the lives of her grandchildren
Interview with Steve Heffner about the politics and music of the 1970s.
Interview with Mike Miller talking about his experiences after the 70s and how political events changed the future in his eyes.
This interview provides contextualization and a history lesson for those wondering the origins of Flagstaff’s STEM interests and the impact of Lowell Observatory on Flagstaff from its beginning to present day.
In an interview conducted in Colorado on May 20th 2019, Chloe Doubrava interviews her father, Michael Doubrava about his early life, the impact of war on his community, the loss of his father and the hardships his family faced, his...
Part 2 of an interrupted interview — note: Mike & Mary “Minnie” Goodwin are my grandfather’s Uncle & Aunt (the names mom was trying to remember)
Upon gaining its political independence from the British in 1966, Guyana was left racially divided. During the 1960s a range of riots and violence erupted between the Afro-Guyanese and Indo-Guyanese that led to widespread destruction and death.
Martha talks about all the historical events that happened in her lifetime.
We chatted with Brian Bell from the Whitman Conservation District about the history and significance of the work conservation districts do to save soil, enhance wildlife habitat and improve water quality across the Palouse.