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Twelve-year old Isaac shares his wisdom for his great-great grandchildren and his ideas on ways to help the earth.
This story is about a mother, daughter, and son all afflicted by the same condition; hyperhidrosis. It is our story of being misunderstood and dismissed, not anymore!
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...
The first part of the interview with Michael talking about his job and his experiences there.
Michael talks about his life and how it may be different than what he thought it would be
Lusa interviews her dad Rick about how his first job helped him with the job he has now, and how his current job has affected his life.
Life as a single woman in DC then becoming a naval wife living in Japan.
My Dad explains his journey from Guatemala to DC and the many changes that came with it.
I interviewed my uncle on his journey and development from childhood to adulthood in education and careers.
The authors of “I, Too, Sing America: The African American Book of Days” reflect on images from Library of Congress and propose a new project
Discussion around Chef Monti Carlo’s work with Common Threads, Everything Food and Puerto Rico.
This interview is a summary of Matthew’s life with a focus on the early years.
“Life in the priesthood is one of humility,” says Michael Hennessy in this interview recorded shortly before his May 2018 ordination as a priest. Hennessy is a New Englander who started thinking about being a priest when he was teaching...
Carol M. Highsmith discusses her decades-long project documenting America with Brett Zongker from the Library of Congress
A Nana tells her grandson what it was like growing up in the country and city during the Second World War, being Black in segregated America, and other challenges she faced later in life.
A student and a staff member at DC’s highest performing public school talk about education, family, friends, and character.
We talked about my granddad’s life.