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- The Paulist Fathers 3
- UC Berkeley 2
- Berkeley 1
- Brooklyn College 1
- Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians (CWRIC) 1 16 more
Conversation between mother and son, joined midway through by father, touching in her upbringing in Viet-Nam and Europe, how she met her husband, and the most pivotal moment in her life.
Vanessa Lee shares memories of her father, Sherman Lee. Impromptu interview by Ken Fong, San Francisco 7/7/2019.
Growing up as an only child afforded Paulist Fr. Tom Holahan a huge imaginary world, where his creativity was nurtured. He loved the creative life and exploring the world so much that he couldn’t see himself taking on the responsibility...
Dr. Warren Minami, National Japanese American Memorial Foundation (NJAMF) Chair Emeritus, recounts his early life experience at the Gila River, Arizona incarceration camp and its impact on him and his family, including their later involvement with Asian American causes. Unedited...
Evan Cummings, C.S.P., made his final promises to life with the Paulist Fathers in late 2018. Just before that, he spoke about how wikipedia led him to the community, how some of his most profound spiritual moments come while kneading...
Jim Cunningham, Born 1933 is a man of many professions. When Lucas Grey joined by his Uncle Jim Cunningham sat down at a piano for an interview. Jim Cunningham grew up in the small town of Belpre Ohio, and was...
We spoke about our two-week, cross-country trip from Blacksburg, VA to Berkeley, CA and our thoughts on both of our experiences at UC Berkeley.
This is a remembrance of a talented young pianist whose career was interrupted when she experienced a repetitive-stress piano injury during her freshman year at the Eastman School of Music.
Two young millennials (well Matthew is a gen z) discussing their lives (debate, prom, and scary stories of childhood trauma)
I interviewed my grandmother, who lived in the Oakland/Berkeley area in the 1960s and 1970s, on her personal experience living in a place where the Civil Rights movement was centered around.
Though Paulist Father Dat Tran embraces Jesus’ instruction to be a “fisher of men,” he’s learned that the harvest may not come overnight and to trust in the work of the Holy Spirit. In this interview, he speaks about transitioning...
Steve has made his way back to New York with his new partner, Dolores. They set up shop and decide to get married. Two girls follow and the rest is history!
Steve is growing up rather quickly and the world is turning faster than ever before. With the help of a special 2nd grade teacher he has skipped ahead in grades and has been exploring his strengths and interests. The 60s...
Arista Mozena talking to her Dad Steve Mozena about his pursuit to become an actor in Hollywood.
An interview with Theodora Lee Gregg about her McCall’s fruitcake recipe, who she makes fruitcakes for, and the origins of the tradition.
Will and his father Jim Johnstone talk about a windsurfing race that Jim competed in during the 1990s.
Being on the Berkeley campus in the 1960s and 1970s; ageism and sexism; watching a parent go through Alzheimer’s.
Roberta and Jerry Goldman discuss meeting each other and falling in love in California in 1957.