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- Community History 112
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- Changes In Education 6
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- Archive Oologah 14
- Oologah Historical Society 8
- Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 2
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In this amateur interview taken by a senior from EPIC HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH in New York, you will hear their assistant principal talk about his story of his immigration to US and overall the idea of “American me”
The interview revealed various details about both my parents' as well as their families' lives. The interview allowed me to learn how my great grandmother was an important woman in Indian History, and how my dad was almost a victim...
Both participants discussed changes in the world at large from the perspective of two different generations.
History winter final
My mother and I discussing some great family history. Tune into about 4 minutes to hear some great questions being answered about my mother’s life.
I asked my mom about what events that she has lived through. I asked my mom what life was after these events.
My mother and I have a chat about our family history, her history, and her acomplishments.
This interview was made to pay attention to the more darker parts of what’s really happening with the world today. My brother who is of 23 years of age has just got only a little bit of information of this...
We discussed our history, his history, and his perceptions of the world as a whole and how it has changed during his lifetime. We also looked to the future’s impending problems and their potential solutions.
I ask my grandmother what it was like for her as a child and our family.
Carmen Ionascu was born and raised in the countryside in Easter Eurooe, Romania. She lived through and experienced the reign of Communism in Eastern Europe up to her late teens. She immigrated to the United States in her mid to...
This interview we've talked about how it is important to step up for yourself, for your, race, and for your own family and how certain family members can make a big difference and in a way can be bonds to...
“We got what we wanted, but we lost what we had.” Ken Latch and Gary Trout of NYC had their first date just months after the Stonewall Riots. Today, they are happily married and find community in a welcoming Catholic...
My father and I discussed the experiences we had growing up in the same home town. We focused on what being Cuban meant to us here and how it is dificult to maintain culture as imigrant families continue to exist...
Tim Paulitz talks about the Koppel Farm Community Gardens in Pullman, Washington and the ways community gardens build relationships, improve food access, and connect people to place.
Stories from my grandparents about their life and memories
More stories from my grandparents, proudest moments, and about their children
Rural Roots, Inc. has had a wide and diverse impact on small farms and local food systems on the Palouse and in the Inland Northwest. Community-based and farmer-grown, this nonprofit organization has played a significant role in changing the local...