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- Stone Ridge School 3
- Andover Center for History and Culture 2
- campbell hall 2
- ART PAPERS 1
- City Hall 1
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Kiplyn Primus (60) interviews her friend Milton H. Jones, Jr. (70) about his life, touching on his childhood, his college years, and his career in banking and business.
Catherine Lee (29) and her twin sister Lauren Lee (29) interview their mother Jacquelyn Lee (59) about growing up in Louisiana, and the memories of her childhood.
Three high school juniors from Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bethesda, Maryland talk with each other about how they adapted to being a student in the time of Coronavirus.
This interview between Logan Szott and his mother Heather Szott covers Heather's personal history growing up in L.A. and beyond, connecting to multiple historical events, cultural trends, and personal experiences. The interview contains segments of Heather's early life with her...
This interview took place on November 25, 2018. The interviewee was Vicky Hoffman, my grandma. We talked about her entire life. Starting with childhood, her parents and grandparents and went on to talk about my pap. She also gave some...
One Small Step partners Kabin Thomas [no age given] and Stephanie King [no age given] speak on their experiences as teachers, moments they have witnessed acts of racism against themselves or their family, their upbringings and various other topics.
Three High School juniors converse about how they have adapted to socially distant school and contact with friends during the 2020 pandemic.
Three high school juniors talk about the emotional impact of social distancing and the abrupt end of Spring sports.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Chandler, Arizona, Katarina Fenner (13) interviews her Mom Linda Fenner (47) about her school life in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and her relationship with her husband, Andreas Fenner. Mrs. Fenner shares stories...
Wilma and her granddaughter Amy discuss her journey to the United States, growing up in catholic school, meeting her husband at 15, and family life.
One Small Step conversation partners Mitchell "Mitch" True (55) and Patti Lancaster (66) talk about connection, compassion, the justice system and education.
One Small Step partners Katie Pina (36) and Mario Navarro (52) share a conversation about growing up, their families, their children, and the COVID-19 pandemic. They also talk about their frustrations with US politics, their perspectives on religion, and their...
Ezra Teshome (62) tells his daughter, Selomé Teshome (32), about growing up in Ethiopia, moving to Seattle to go to school, and his work in insurance.
Paula Mason (36) interviews her father, Richard Mason (71) about his childhood, education, and the importance of family and faith.
After more than 20 years in the ordained priesthood, Paulist Father Charlie Donahue has a lot of insights about prayer, faith, love and community. And he wanted to be a priest even as a child, so he's been articulating religion...
Nathan Buck, Providence Volunteer Program Supervisor, has an in-depth conversation with Therese Lewandowski, about his spiritual journey from being a midwest, gay alter boy in a Catholic school to an openly gay, happily married manager for a Catholic organization. Nathan...
Carla Saavedra (56) talks with her mother, Alice Hill (85), who was born in Tampa in 1936 at an immigrant Spanish hospital. They talk of family members working in the cigar factory, migrating from Spain and her great aunt being...
Claire McCoy (58) sits down with her father, George Black (86), to ask him about his experiences as an actor and his career as a professor in the theater departments of various universities.
Three high school juniors converse about the disorder around the pandemic, the importance of friends, exercising, and the impact of Covid-19