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- Grandparents 897
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mema and papa were asked a series of questions ranging from childhood to politics and they gave their experiences.
My name is Bode Janusiewicz, I am 17 years old and go to Nicolet High School. My interviewee is my father, Chris Janusiewicz who is 53 years old. Our topic of discussion was my dad’s involvement in the Afghanistan And...
Jenny Kaib Ratigan 84 and Jim Ratigan 83. Growing up in the civil rights movement, protesting the vietnam war, and their experience during 911.
Edward Gambill, entrepreneur and grandfather of 4, discusses his life experiences with his grandson, Finnegan, and how they have shaped him into who he is today.
Jasmine Deng Mihciyan (51) talks about the outcome and effects of the earthquake that occurred in Turkey on February 6th, 2023 to her daughter Mira Mihciyan (17).
Anthony Elmore age 55, ex husband. He talked about childhood memories of his mom and siblings, memories of holidays and going to church.
Elvis palacios is my cosyin that lives in ca he is 23 years old.
June Chilcutt Foss (70), Howard Chilcutt (78?), June Rosslyn Chilcutt (79?), and Lindsey Foss (39). They reminisce about entrepreneurship, leading companies, and growing up in St. Louis, MO.
This interview was conducted for an AP Language project where we were tasked to interview a close elder and give insightful reviews and ask questions so we can further understand how cool our elders really are. I, Seth Greenland(16) interview...
Lucia Greenland (16) talks with her grandmother, Carmel Richmond about her childhood, favorite memories, teaching stories, and life lessons.
[Recorded Friday, April 28th, 2023] Deborah (64) and Terry (43) have a One Small Step Conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Deborah is a mother of two from Richmond, Virginia and works as an Inspector for UVA's Facilities Management. Terry is a...
My aunt was speaking on behalf of my grandmother and grandfather (Nonno and Nonna). They had left Italy during the year of 1968, and traveled to Brooklyn NY, in order to provide for their family by working.
Jim talks about his life growing up, how he met his wife, school and work experiences and what is important in life.
In our interview Kathleen answers questions about growth, family, and how her life changes and goes through cycles in 7’s. She has taught me alot about how change is okay and natural during any time of our lives. There is...
This was a history assignment for school, but ended up being so much fun to do! Nina Salgado (14) is doing an interview with her mom, Monica Salgado (40) about the best parts of her life.
The interview of Mehran Farhadi(63) conducted by his son Evan Farhadi(16) and his journey as an Iranian and an American.
Karen Ghaddar talks about her experience moving from Dubai to study in the United States while leaving her family behind in Lebanon.
Eliana Abdel-Khaleq, 16, discusses with her father Ayman Abdel-Khaleq, 49, his experiences immigrating to the US officially in 2019 whilst having done his Masters Degree in International Law in the US from 1993 to 1995.
Interview with mom
jeana roxas, 46, caregiver, beverly hills CA discusses her life in the Philippines and her life now in america, discusses family/ job, life lessons and much more
this interview discusses mostly the people in my life. I talk about some of my family and how they are important to me.
This is an interview with my grandfather about his incredible journey from Iran to the United States.
Keith and Jeanne Gentry talk with Wendy Stancil about life and times in and around Hot Springs NC, family, and the origins of their iconic store, Gentry's Hardware.
In this interview, listeners are taken on an emotional journey, celebrating the profound bond between a daughter and her late father. We are reminded of the enduring power of presence, and the immeasurable impact that one person's actions can have...
Mi nombre es Idelsy Acosta Rodríguez. Tuve el privilegio entrevistar a mi madre, la señora Josefina Rodríguez Caceres, donde habla un poco de su vida y su proceso de inmigración a los Estados Unidos.