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I interviewed Miguel Veras on his immigration story from the Dominican Republic to the United States.
Dr. Pizzi is an Occupational Therapist, professor and Wellness Lifestyle Coach with 38 years of experience. I had the opportunity to interview with him today regarding his experience as an agent of change and recommendations for the field of occupational...
Joel talks about why he came to Provincetown the meaning of his work at the drop in center to the rest of his life and what he thinks of the meaning of the times: Provincetown in the 1970s
Catrin, Daniel and Ellen Koselka’s interview of their great aunt, Marnee Burke DeVine, first cousin to John and Robert Kennedy. Marnee discusses growing up with her cousins, her work on their presidential campaigns, her marriage to John DeVine and her...
Talked about the organization and accomplishments. Some trouble that her organization faced. She explained organization’s future plan.
How trauma can affect different groups of people. What trauma can do to people psychologically.
Amy Azza is a lawyer and a mom of three with an incredible background and a once in a lifetime internship at the White House.
Auntie beth and I talked about her childhood and important people that made her the amazing person she is today.
I tried to pick questions about my stepmom that would of happened before I knew her that way I would know more about her.
Lily and her Mom Kristen Gerstein talking about her life growing up, and things she’s learned in life.
Theresa Foley sits down with her father to learn about his life and experiences.
Mama Miller shares her experience of moving with her husband from the East coast to southern California.
I interviewed my Nana about what it was like to grow up in Beverly, Massachusetts in the 1940’s and 1950’s and her memories of 8th grade.
From earliest memories in the 1940’s to the civil rights movement in the 1960’s American south to thoughts about the future beyond 2018 Nancy talks about her life and points of view.
On the day before her summer vacation in 2004, Janet Gassett was diagnosed with melanoma. She was 47. In 2018, she described to her daughter Alison the months when she waited to learn if her cancer could be resolved with...
Joyce and I talked about her life and all the fun and sad memories she had.