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mema and papa were asked a series of questions ranging from childhood to politics and they gave their experiences.
Jenny Kaib Ratigan 84 and Jim Ratigan 83. Growing up in the civil rights movement, protesting the vietnam war, and their experience during 911.
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...
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...
Gabe Brown, Jackie Taylor, and Henry Taylor sit on the phone and talk about relationships. Jackie and Henry are both 74. They had a lot to say to Gabe about their experiences.
This interview was between me, Ashley Pazos and Jose Lenza, my great grandfather who is 86 while I’m 18. We talked about his life in cuba, and a brief mention of life in America.
Daniela McArthur, aged 14, and Gabriel McArthur, aged 11, interview their grandfather, Verne McArthur, whom they call “Tuto,” about his life, childhood, and how he wants to be remembered.
me and Abu (George perera) have a little party in the dining room, talking, laughing, saying stupid things….most of all enjoying each others company
Olivia Gibson (18) and her grandmother, Jackie DiNubila (74) sit down to discuss a bit about Jackie’s life, as well as the people and memories that have been the most important to her.
Natalie Francis (age 20), conducted an interview of her father. John Francis (age 56) was her choice for this particular project because of wanting to learn more about her father/his life. We talked about everything from his childhood/adolescence, his teenage...
Rayna John (16) talks with her grandpa, Ulahanan John (80) about his experiences serving in the Air Force during the China-India War and the Indo-Pak war. Also discussed is his experience immigrating from South India to America.
Jeffrey McClintic 67 years, he is my grandfather. The topic of discussion was how a young/adolescent lived in the 60's, what is was like to experience various historical events.
In this interview, Owen Davis and Mars Ferraro interview Jim Davis. Jim Davis was a mechanic in the Vietnam War, and he along with his wife Dottie Davis share his story.
A look back on growing up in Guam.
interviewing my grandma about her life :)
[Recorded: Friday, March 3, 2023] Ann (72) and Gregory (18) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Ann is a representative of the White Hall District on the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. Gregory is an undergraduate student...
Donna Kay Chapman (77) my grandmother, Calton Lamont Chapman SR (70) my grandpa (paternal) my son Lawson Keith Ent (5) in the background and myself Lonnie Cheyenne Ent (24)
A recollection of a Grandma’s love to the world and advice of her grandson. A story of what love truly means in family and life. The infinite love that connects a family.
Robert Alan Woods, born 1937, Grandparent Trevor Orlando Bras, born 1992, Grandson
Ayush interviews Mitul in Canton, Michigan, on January 13, 2023, by asking him questions about his life, education, and positive memories in India. Mitul gives thoughtful responses to these questions. He shares his opinion on skills learned in education and...
in this interview i question my grandpa about his childhood expiriences.
I interview my great grandfather about family history and his child hood.
Candace Unger talks with her grandparents, Murray & Carol Mills, in 2019 about how they started life together over 62 years prior.
my grandma nelson talks about her experiences in life. she talks about our family and all her favorite stories.
Sharon shares about the influence that her grandmother had on her and how that made her who she is today. She also shares the similarities and differences that she has observed between her generation and college students today.