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Kunal Patel and Dasia Clemons
August 26, 2020 OSS Hub

One Small Step partners Kunal Patel (29) and Dasia Clemons (24) talk about the Black Lives Matter protests and different ways to create effective social change in their conversation.

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Cynthia Anderson and Rick Khona
July 27, 2020 OSS Hub

Oncologist Cynthia Anderson (48) talks to her father Rick Khona (80) about how different political views have changed their relationship.

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Hassan Mohaideen and Mariam Cather

Hassan Mohaideen (79) talks to his daughter, Mariam Cather [no age given], about his childhood in Southern India, his education, career, and how he has maintained his faith and Muslim identity throughout his life.

Girish Haldipur: Family and Life of an Indian American

Neel Prabhu (18) interviews Girish Haldipur (76) about his life in the US. Beginning from his immigration to US to his family and the impact Covid-19 has had on him, he recounts his experiences and what he has learned.

Alisha's Interview with her Nani, Shobha Johri on 4/25/2020

I talked to my Nani and she told me about her struggles as a child with losing her father, brother and mother. She went with her siblings at the age of 18 to live with her uncle. Shortly after, she...

Alok's Interview with his Mom, Shashi Bina – Part II

Born as Bina Saxena in August 1943 in Lucknow and raised in a conservative joint household in Delhi and Lucknow, UP, India - she was the 2nd of four children of Ram Shanker and Prakash Saxena. She graduated high school...

Alok's Interview with his Aunt, Ranjana Sinha on 12/5/2017 – Part II

(2nd of two files) Born as Ranjana Saxena in May 1950 in Delhi and raised in a conservative joint household in Lucknow, UP, India - she was the youngest of four children of Ram Shanker and Prakash Saxena. She immigrated...

Alok's Interview with his Aunt, Ranjana Sinha on 12/5/2017 – Part I

Born as Ranjana Saxena in May 1950 in Delhi and raised in a conservative joint household in Lucknow, UP, India - she was the youngest of four children of Ram Shanker and Prakash Saxena. She immigrated to the United States...

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Kwadwo Adae and Sarah Fritchey

Sarah Fritchey (37) interviews her friend, colleague, and co-conspirator Kwadwo Adae (43) about his work as a muralist. They discuss his childhood and the inspiration he received from his parents, how he realized the importance of collaboration, and the murals...

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Neeraja Subbaiah and Sajani Neeraja

In this conversation, Sajani Neeraja (26) celebrates her mother Neeraja Subbaiah (56), who speaks about what it was like to regain her independence and identity after living in an abusive marriage. Neeraja also speaks about toxic masculinity in Indian culture,...

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Elaine Roque and Josephine Kidd

Elaine Roque (60) interviews her colleague Josephine "Jo" Kidd (93) about her travels, how she came to get involved in athletics and education and what her secrets to longevity are.

My Grandfather's Uprising: From Dreams to Reality

Mahendra Shah always wanted to make a “lasting impression” on society. He always wanted to make a change and have a purpose in life. As a child, he believed that having a “last impression” on society was to become a...

Success Story about Fluper!

Hello I am Anshul Sharma, the CEO & Business Head of Fluper Ltd. How Startup happened, key pillar of company. We believe in complete transparency and authenticity for our clients or employees. Let us understand why Fluper Ltd. claims to...

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Kuldip Singh Makker, Kalitdeep Singh, and Haramandeep Singh

Kuldip Singh Makker (81) talks to his sons, Kalitdeep Singh (44) and Haramandeep Singh (51), about his childhood before and after the Partition of India. He talks about the family who raised him and the challenges they experienced, his career,...

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Eva Harvey and B.J. Harvey

BJ Harvey (41) has a conversation with his Mother, Eva Harvey (69), about her childhood in India, coming to the United States, marriage and motherhood.

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Madan Goyal and Nalani Saito

Madan G. Goyal (80) tells new friend and StoryCorps Facilitator, Nalani Saito (24) about his experience of coming to the US from India in 1962 and what stands out to him from his time going to university, working and raising...

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Vijay Rao, Gita Rao, and Deepak Rao

Vijay Rao (69) is interviewed by her daughter Gita Rao (38) and her son Deepak Rao (40) about her family's history, growing up in India, and her immigration journey to the U.S. as a 24-year-old medical student.

Sydney Walsh and Her Story

Sydney Walsh explains to me her childhood and what it was like growing up in a small town. She includes information about her life in college and aspiring career to become a dentist. She also has stories to share about...

My father’s childhood in Vellore, India
November 26, 2018 App Interview

Talked about my dad's childhood in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India, back when Vellore was a very small town. Growing up, getting by, customs, traditions, festivals, schooling, relationships with others were discussed.

How is Life? My Mom & Me discuss Life

In this interview, I have a general conversation with my mom on our views on life and especially my life in the US. We discuss areas we need to improve on and qualities of each other that we admire. It...

Getting to know the first engineer from his village- an interview with my grandfather (Nanaji)

This is a conversation between my grandfather and I. We talked about his life in India and his views on education, career and raising his children.

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Bansari Mehta and Lauren Dankwa

Bansari Mahesh Mehta (32), tells her friend, Laurent Amber Dankwa (31) about dreaming about coming to the United States her whole life, about fulfilling her fathers dream of immigrating, about her first international flight, and about what her American Dream...

Think Positive, be positive.

I talk with my mom about her life stories, I was really young when we first came here so I didn't know about what happened back in Nepal and India. We talked about how it was growing up and childhood...

Interview with my Mom

The interview was so hilarious and full of enjoyment! My Mom shared some some I never knew. The best part of the interview was when she told me that she was a cry baby when she went to school and...

Interview with mom

I understand that was born in and experienced her childhood in different country. I want to ask her about how her everyday life was back then and how she might compare it to her present life in the U.S.