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I interviewed Kendall Brown and asked her how she wants to be remembered. She says she would like to be remembered as someone who made a big change to one area in life.
“In Michigan people were super nice, and that's not always the case in LA,” said Linda Branca when her son, Dylan Branca interviewed her. The interview took place on Janurary 6, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The best part of...
Eduardo Cua Jr (49) discusses the misconceptions and ideas of Hawaii from the perspective of someone who lived on both the U.S. Mainland as well as in Hawaii.
This interview is about the life of Baryl Morgan and her opinions on the world.
In this interview, my great aunt and I had a discussion about her life growing up compared to the life she lives today.
This is an interview with my sister. We talked about learning and change.
Why do you think we as a society but up this "barrier" that rejects change and new ideas?
Spouses, Darius Prather (35) and Leah Prather (27), discuss the work they do as community activists in their home city, Columbus, GA, the changes Columbus is undergoing, and the better future that they hope to help create for their four...
An interview with a high school senior about her sobriety after meth addiction.
Eriq talks with his friend and classmate Carson about how he has changed from elementary school, and about becoming an adult.
Interview about remembering what makes you happy about life and how it can come from tough moments in life.
Sandra talks about the immigration process and how her life changed when she arrived to the United States from Honduras.
In this interview with my grandpa Gar, we talked about his life starting from childhood to now, and everything important in between. (My interview kicked me out 4 times so I have 4 different interviews, but I am turning in...
Spouses Ann Marshall (80) and Terry Marshall (80) talk about their advocacy, PeaceCorps, nuclear waste cleanup, and writing careers, reminisce about their travels, and reflect on their relationship.
I interviewed my dad, and even though he hasn't been in the US for that long he still offered a lot of incite about how he has been affected traditionally, politically, and culturally since moving to the US.
Samantha Blake talks with her mother, Dawn Blake about her heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest of 2006 and her advocacy for AED and CPR training across the country.
I interviewed my Aunt Rita. She talked about her life in Nigeria compared to her life in Nigeria. I learned a lot about being in Nigeria, especially the education there.
Barbara Cohen sits down and joins me in a conversation about the changes in communications, media, and technology and her experiences with these changes growing up around the world.
“you have to have a really big why, a reason for living. You have to have a why that runs deep enough in you that it makes you cry, that it just totally wrecks you on the inside and drives...
Foster care system and how it was in the past vs now. Change in children as well as the state.
We talked about how life was when Marva was growing up and how the times have changed.