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An interview with my mom about her life.
95 years old
Clare Shelley (26) and her mother, Renée S. Horton (56) talk about where they are in life now, their favorite childhood memories, raising a family, and share wisdom.
Allie Goolrick (38) interviews her father, Chester Goolrick (74), about his life, focusing on his time serving as a Communications Specialist for the Army during the Vietnam War and his career as a journalist.
John talks about his life as a journalist, soldier, and a diplomat.
Grandfathers experience while being a reporter during WW2. Witnessed the horrors of the extermination camp;Dachau.
Beverly Keever (87) speaks to her friend Ann Auman (67) about her experience as a journalist on the the ground during the Vietnam War. She describes her experience of Operation Starlite, the Battle of Khe Sanh, and other pivotal moments...
Jim Chesnutt interviews his friend Michael Rieger about their mutual September 11th experience in New York City as photographers during the World Trade Center tragedy.
Robin Meyer (70) interviews her friend Gayle White (71) about Gayle's career as a journalist and reporter at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The interview is with my mother, Mary Alice Wynn. It is a discussion about her life and memories.
Pam interviews her coworker, Rick, about being a reporter in Butte in the 1960’s, bars that he used to frequent, and the Butte Press Club.
Tammy Mosby (60) and One Small Step partner, Helen Jones (79), exchange experiences that shaped them politically, discuss Virginia's response to monument avenue, and acknowledge those that have influenced them.