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Kim Estep talks about her experience working in a daycare with kids associated with Child Protective Services.
My granny has told a lot about our family and her history. One thing she told me that was most important was to always love your family no matter the fallouts or disagreements you may have. There are a lot...
We talked a lot about his childhood and about his time being a dad.
Interview with guidance counselor from Manatee County School Bord on equal educational opportunities for children in the school system.
in this interview my sister and I talked about how much she means to me and how proud she is of myself and how she got through her hardships and made herself the woman she is today .
I decided to interview my mom. Although it’s someone most commonly used in interviews, my mother has always been the best she could be. She has also been the best person overall. Her kind heart & pistive view of life...
Laura Secchi shares life memories and how changes in her life have shaped who she is
I talked to my mom about her life and this is what came out of it!!! She's pretty cool !!
"Twins" and friends Jeiri Flores (31) and Luticha Doucette (38) share a conversation about disability rights, activism, and representation in the United States, and reflect on their own experiences as people with disabilities.
Asking parents questions that force them to go back and look at there lives a whole
My beautiful grandma, I call her “nana”. She talks about her life growing up in a southern household. She also shares with me a embarrassing nickname that she was indecisive about sharing.
This interview is about getting to know a friends occupation and how she works and helps adopted children (specifically those with trauma in their life) and their family.
We talked about what is found meaningful and wonderful in teaching and working with diverse children.
Gina and Howard are interviewed by their daughter Elizabeth Vincent about life