Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
This interview was about the first day of school and why it was so memorable.
Amy has lived her life with the intention of making the world a better place by being there for others in whatever way she can – as a gay woman, a mother, a neighbor, community member and friend.
When Paulist Fr. Bob O’Donnell was in high school, he mentored young kids from the poor side of town by playing basketball with them once a month. Today he’s still reaching out to young people through athletics–attending many of the...
Interview with Yvonne Ritter about her life as an LGBTQ pioneer, part 1: childhood.
Interview with Yvonne Ritter about her life as an LGBTQ pioneer, part 2: post-high school years.
Growing up in NYC, first love, safety at home and in the workforce.
Christina tells Amanda about growing up in Brooklyn, coming out at 14, navigating life with parents who never accepted her sexuality, creating a chosen family, deciding to have a child in the 80s, and later struggling for custody as a...
Sandra talks about the immigration process and how her life changed when she arrived to the United States from Honduras.
My father talked about the different struggles he had coming to America and how living in America is different/similar in Asia. He also discussed his thoughts on the current president’s law on immigration and his hopes/thoughts for the future generations.
Arnold Aanonsen, a Korean War vet, discusses his life and what he expected in America compared to what he sees now.
Nana’s beautiful story from an orphan to being married to her husband suffering from being an alcoholic to now being a great grandmother. It was recorded in a hospital on Easter after a heart issue. I love you nana
This interview was mainly conversating about the participants life and life experiences. Their background and feelings.
When I was 11 my mom made the executive decision to move to Dominican Republic and take me with her. This is the story of how we felt about it.
Grandma Ina Goldberg tells her grandsons Adam and Ian Tardif (through facilitator/mom Amy Tardif) about her life and the grandfather they never met.
First day back in school, specifically college. Nerve racking on the first day but towards the end of the day and onward she was very much more relaxed with where was was in. She hopes to graduate on time in...
I interviewed Dustin and the most detailed answers he would give me was about food.
1939 Worlds Fair in Queens, NY; The Great Depression, One of the first fifty women to join the Navy WAVES