"Appalachia is where I'm from and part of who I am."

Elise Acuff, a student at Pellissippi State interviews her "Mamaw," Cynthia Moore about her life in Appalachia and beyond. In their interview, they discuss stigma, the "feel" of Appalachia, its significance throughout Cynthia's life, and why it brings her home.

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Kima Mora and Sally [No Name Given]

One Small Step partners Kima Mora (63) and Sally [No Name Given] (54) talk about their religious beliefs and their views on politics. They reflect on communicating across difference and discuss their feelings of stalled progress.

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StoryCorps App Interview:Grandma

I love my Grandma and I personally had a really good time listening to my Grandma and what she had to say

Carrissa Hsieh and Olivia Ramos

Olivia Ramos, Providence employee and veteran Camp Erin volunteer shares with Carrissa a fellow Camp Erin volunteer about her relationship with Erin Metcalf before she died of cancer at age 17 and how that relationship with Erin and her family...

The Story of Mrs. Coiner- Jasmine & Mrs. Coiner

A story where Mrs. Coiner tells her amazing story about her life. (Sorry for the low audio)

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Benjamin Egerman and Flory Gessner

Coworkers and friends Flory Gessner (33) and Benjamin "Ben" Egerman (35) reflect on specific moments in their lives that led to their decision to become librarians. They discuss gay history and queer culture and the inclusive community that can be...

Chance Encounters, Powerful Effects

Betsy (Elizabeth) Stone talks to Brenda Genium about the power of human connection, immersing in a new culture, and the origins of her clothing store by telling the story of her trip to a small village in Guatemala.

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Lizzy Kelley and Wade Bishop

Spouses, Lizzy Kelley (36) and Wade Bishop (46), talk about their relationship, their life during the pandemic, and the message they would like to share with their future selves.

PBL Social Studies interview on World Wide Web period 4

Me and my father talked about the impact the world wide web has on his life and work. He spoke about how he reacted and his thoughts on the internet becoming a large part of he world.

Mr. Taylor

Getting to know my teacher better who is about to retire. He was my freshman teacher but he’s not just just a teacher!

Black Folks Camp Too: Interview with Founder Earl B. Hunter, Jr. and Hannah Wherry-AIP Graduate Student with Miami University, OH.

Earl B. Hunter Jr. and Hannah Wherry met at a recent animal welfare event and sparked an amazing conversation about nature inclusion and diversifying the outdoors and accessibility for all. "Treat Everyone, Everywhere, Equally" is their powerful motto that brings...

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Gail Sinai and Arden Donohue

Arden Donohue (31) and Gail Sinai (62) talk about their friendship, their connections to Judaism, and Central's Mishkan program.

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Laura Strauss and Monica Corton

Monica Corton (56) interviews her friend, Laura Strauss (89), about her connection to Central Synagogue, the impact that her relationships and involvement at Central have had on her life, and their experiences counting the Omer together.

Student-Teacher Connections

Hear how Karla interviews a teacher that has taught her more than just the structure of a sentence in Spanish. This teacher has given her a beautiful and true insight of what is life.

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Camari Olson and Laura Bancroft

Camari Olson (50) and Laura Bancroft (53), two close friends talk about Camari surviving breast cancer twice, their love of adventure, and how their friendship has helped each to face challenging times and embrace life.

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J. Brian Weller and Sarah Padgett

Sarah Padgett (25) interviews her great uncle J. Brian Weller (86) about his childhood, the relationships that have shaped him, and his hopes for the future of their family. Throughout their conversation, they remember Richard Sanderson White, who was J....

The Importance of Having a Connection to Our Roots

In this interview my grandmother and I discussed the importance of culture and traditions contributing to one’s identity. We also discussed how she personally wants to be remembered and the importance of understanding history in today’s society to connect back...

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Rita Blank and Barbara Goldstein

Friends and colleagues, Rita Blank (71) and Barbara Goldstein (63), reflect on how being children of Holocaust survivors has affected their lives and perspectives and discuss their work at the Holocaust Education Resource Council.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

Sarah interviews her dad for the Great Thanksgiving Listen.