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- #VHrebeledge 13
- 9/11/2001, September 11, 9/11 4
- Childhood memories 4
- Family 4
- #Greatlisten2017AL 4 154 more
- Birmingham Southern College 1
- Brasfield and Gorrie 1
- Campus Outreach 1
- College 1
- #GreatListen2017AL 1 12 more
- English 11
Madeline and I talked about how her life has changed during the pandemic.
My name is Lucas Lamb. I am a sophomore at Birmingham-Southern College. I sat down with Brian Erickson, a BSC graduate and senior pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church in Homewood, Alabama. We discussed the trappings and challenges of being...
My mom is a professor at The University of Alabama at Birmingham. I asked her about her experience with quarantine and how it affects her job.
Recorded December 3, 2019, my dad (Mark) and I (Ethan) discuss what it was like growing up in the 70s and 80s. We go into depth of different experiences and some advice for me and my future.
This interview was about my dad’s American Dream and his coming to this country. He talked about all the different people that helped him and his influential experiences.
We talked about my grandmother’s life chronologically and who she was in contact with and how it has influenced who she has become.
In this interview, conducted on November 25th, 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama. John Christiansen interviews Carol Christiansen on what it was like growing up in the 70s and 80s.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama, Will White (17) interviews his mom Beth White (47) about her life growing up in Alabama. Mrs. White shares her experiences with the Challenger Disaster and 9/11 as well as...
In this interview, conducted by Isabella Wright (16) in Birmingham, Alabama, Marie Lorino is interviewed about her life of 92 years. She shares stories of growing up in an immigrant family and growing up during the War.
In this interview, conducted November 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Queenie Samaha (16) interviews her neighbor and relative Donna Smaha (65) about her childhood growing up and significant events that have occurred during her lifetime. Mrs. Smaha talks about what...
In this interview, recorded November 25, 2018, in Birmingham, Alabama, Libby Rumore (17) interviews her grandmother, Anna Lu Hemphill (72), about growing up in Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement. Ms. Hemphill shares her knowledge and memories of her family...
This is Jonathan Berryhill (47) speaking with John Sawyer Berryhill (16) on Nov. 25th, 2018. He talks about his childhood and his beliefs along with his reactions to recent major historical events and politics. He talks about growing up in...
Beth and I talked about what Thanksgiving means and how it stacks up against Christmas and football and alittle about past events (such as the 2008 stock market crash and the 2016 election) along with what we think of the...
Charlotte A. Cowart, interviewed by her son and daughter, describes her childhood during the Great Depression, dating, marriage, and young adult life.
This is a talk between me, Mason Hemstreet, and my mother Jennifer Hemstreet. We talk primarily about love, lessons, and family.
Two young millennials (well Matthew is a gen z) discussing their lives (debate, prom, and scary stories of childhood trauma)
We talked about how religions might be viewed in school. The public school has many different groups of religions and there maybe multiple views of how religions should be dealt with in the class.
Albany Hornbuckle interviewing her great aunt, Maxine Scott. They discuss World War 2, the Civil Rights Movement, and her battle with breast cancer.
We talked about her memories of me, her memories of her life, and lots about her time as a missionary in Japan.
I interview my mom about her life when she was in school, her family life, and her work experience.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama, Lillie Ben Harris (17) interviews her grandmother, Beverly Harris (80) about her life. Mrs. Harris shares what it was like to grow up in a boarding home in Tennessee, and...
This interview, conducted on November 28th, 2017, in Birmingham Alabama, with my grandmother we call Honey is about her early life. About how she grew up poor with both her parents working, which was rare, to winning cars and appliances...