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This is an interview I conducted of my mother. I had the chance to ask her some questions that talk about daily life, reflecting on past, and what is yet to come.
turning one of our many facetime chats into an interview where i ask Charlie about his childhood, his college experience, and what it means to go home to an unaccepting culture.
A nice walk down memory lane with my older brother
Three girls discuss growing up, regrets and all the dumb stuff they have done
My dad and I haven’t had the best relationship, but we’ve been trying restore our bond, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to talk! We had really good chats about his childhood and our current lives; my lovely dog...
Coming of age story about my grandmother and her experience of growing up in a Mexican America family in San Diego California
The eighties, a time of bright colors, classic movies,Michael Jackson, and a decade of fun for all. Colbe Thomas interviews his father Brandon Thomas, a man from New Orleans about his struggles in the 80s (5:25-6:32) and how he met...
Growing up through the depression, divorce in the 60’s, catholic immigrant parents
Eriq talks with his friend and classmate Carson about how he has changed from elementary school, and about becoming an adult.
In part one we learned about how Clay changed his school policy on allowing boys to wear makeup. In part two we went more in depth with others reactions to the policing change, the impact of social media and Clay’s...
Anne and Mary have been married 30 years. Their niece Siobhan and her wife Erin interview them about their journey coming out to themselves and their families and building their lives together.
In this interview, high school senior, Allegra Dugan, talks to her older sister, Micaela Dugan, about finding a love for reading and how Micaela’s attitude toward classic literature has grown. They discuss life lessons learned from novels and teachers and...
a short interview with Yasmine, a young woman that grew up in the Bay Area that had to grow quickly and learn the value of hardwork.
My grandma is about 58 years old and has a sharp attitude to life. Her motto is to always keep things going and to never forget those most dearest to you.
Daughter interviewing father about his life and views on facing the end of life with a glioblastoma brain tumor at age 57.
Mei Geller interviews her younger brother Tai about life and growing up.