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Anna, age 9, asks her grandparents questions about their lives, families, childhood, and how they met.
Walking and Community at the Fon Du Lac Farmers Market in Milwaukee, WI
on the occasion of the elca celebrating the 50th anniversary of women in ministry
Two friends share memories of a friendship spanning 33 years, multiple states, marriages, kids, and cancer.
I interviewed my grandma, Alexis Hoelzer, and asked her questions about growing up in the 50’s and about her life.
Hannah Kucharski interviews her grandma, Audrey Kucharski, for her StoryCorps project. She asks her questions about her childhood, dating life and about religion.
How sweet it is: four Waldorf kindergarten/early childhood teachers reflect on their experiences
I interviewed my mom and she explained how her life was much different here in milwaukee
The interview is an experience on the first day in the U.S. for Maria Andrade, what things were different,culture, tradition, new way of lifestyle. Thoughts on helping undocumented citizens come to the U.S.
What we talked about was what obtacles did Elvia have to encounter and why she decided to come tobMilwaukee.
This interview is based on how my mother Maria Del Carmen, came to Milwaukee and how her experience went and has gone.
We talked about some questions regarding immigration. What life was like a justing to the U.S .
I ask questions to my mom about her journey to Milwaukee from Mexico.
Kate Knuth, High School Administrative Coordinator and Humanities Faculty, describes her path to Waldorf education and its development in Milwaukee.
Journalism students ask their mathematics and ibstrumental music teacher about his experiences in Waldorf education