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- Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 4
- The Paulist Fathers 4
- Admiral corporation 1
- AIDS 1
- Air National Guard 1 109 more
- English 11
A conversation with my father about his life and what made him this light in many peoples lives
Twelve-year old Isaac shares his wisdom for his great-great grandchildren and his ideas on ways to help the earth.
First, segregation wasn’t as bad. Then, In the 1960’s protesting took place and people of a different race were not allowed to sit with whites and had a different bathrooms and water fountains. Next, in 1963 Martin Luther King, a...
Peter Bankson describes how he ended up going to Vietnam, his early experiences there and his involvements with the people of Duc Pho. He recalls a frightening mortar attack and the dawning realization that violence is no solution to humanity’s...
My grandmother, Laura, grew up in Haiti and moved to the United States when she was 26. In this first part of our interview she discusses what it was like growing up in Haiti, why she left Haiti, and talks...
Oscar speaks about his life growing up, in the Navy and his family.
Tim Paulitz talks about the Koppel Farm Community Gardens in Pullman, Washington and the ways community gardens build relationships, improve food access, and connect people to place.
We talked about the inspiration and mission behind the start of Backyard Harvest, a Moscow, Idaho nonprofit organization working in partnership with their community to connect those with extra fresh produce and those who need it. . And then explored...
For almost 20 years, the Idaho Cultivating Success Program has provided production, marketing and business education for sustainable small farms and ranches across Idaho. Most recently, Idaho Cultivating Success launched a new program, Idaho Farm Link, connecting beginning farmers seeking...
We chatted with Brian Bell from the Whitman Conservation District about the history and significance of the work conservation districts do to save soil, enhance wildlife habitat and improve water quality across the Palouse.
This was a general interview with my uncle mostly talking about family and a few other topics.
Alex Hoss interviewing Trisha Hoss with Boo on their lap.
The chaotic 1900’s listening to the story of a child bride marriaing at 12 years old, a teenage mother of 7, deaths ( and a lot of it ) and cannibalizum.
I learned many things about my grandfather. He’s old but wise and just a kind soul. But he never found beyound in bed bath and beyound
Ernestine shares her story about living on a farm with ostriches and foster kids and dreaming of a new and different life…
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...
This was an interview mostly containing childhood memories and exciting adventures.
On November 21, 2018 in Dallas, Texas, Yasmin Misra (16) and Dave Schoen (74), family friends, discuss Mr. Schoen’s childhood and Norwegian upbringing in rural Wisconsin. Mr. Schoen also talks about teaching as a university professor in Indiana and how...