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My Grandma and I talked about her childhood and what she was like as a child. We talked about her dad who passed away and also about my parents.
Colleagues Heather Hartman-Hall (50) and Daniel "Dan" Marchalik (37) reflect on their paths to their current careers, their work on well-being in health care, and the lasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Debbie King (42) shares a conversation with her friend, El Campbell (31), about gender fluidity, coming out, community, capitalism, and living with a chronic illness.
Coworkers Emily Bender (25) and Taylor Evans (29) discuss their work at Valley Conservation Council and the connection they have to Shenandoah Valley.
Interviewing a former student of McNally Smith College before it closed abruptly. The impact of college and influence of music are discussed as well as the connections and relationships related to college/music life.
Stefani Madril, 29, and father Bob Martinez, 64, interview grandmother/mother Vera M. Martinez, 83, about her childhood, her family and her favorite traditions.
In this talk the historian Richard Dunn talks to Colleen Rodgers about the book he wrote that chronicles the lives of her ancestors in the 1770s that lived on the Mesopotamia Plantation in Jamaica.
Kiersten: 2022-12-05 15:32:50 Kiersten and Adriana discuss GirlForward, a Chicago-based non-profit that supports girls who have been displaced globally by conflict and persecution. The conversation focuses on making connections and finding joy in experiences big and small.
I asked my grandpa questions regarding who he eats with, where he eats, his relationship with food, his culture, traditions, and personal history in relation to food.
Valerie DeLeon (she/her) chats with Kellsie Forfar-Jones (she/her), Public Engagement Planner with Denver Regional Council of Governments, about what drew her to the field of urban planning, her passion for uplifting community voices, and what the future of Denver may...
David “Faz” Fazio, a beloved Andover High School basketball coach and gym teacher, who has made gym fun for all of his students, talks about how his high school coach helped him see past his challenging childhood. During his 34-year...
Nancy and JQ talk about the SNC community, being a sociology major, a Cassandra Voss Center staff member, and how we bridge all of these ways we think about ourselves and others.
Djenabou Sow interviews Rene Andersen about her relationship with her sisters growing up and how it has changed for the better or worse. We dove deeper into her role as the eldest sister and how her experience as the caretaker...
From old books that still apply today to poetry that brings you back in time, literature and other forms of art still convey the same basic emotions that humans have felt and will feel, which is why so much of...
The Guinness World Record holder Elan Buller, was interviewed my Luca España on November 17th 2017. Elan Buller had once been the elementary school physical education coach for Luca, between his 1st and 6th grade years. Luca and Buller became...
Cleo Becker (16) talks with her mom, Laurie WInslow (40s) on someone Laurie wishes she could see from her days in summer camp when she was a teenager.
My wife and I reflected on our life before and during the quarantine, as well as our hopes for life beyond.
Spouses Somany Koeung (38) and Will Ross (50) explore what family, connection and mortality mean to them.
Elizabeth shares with Julie about her early experiences with The Mount, how she began volunteering and her continued relationship there.
Naturi Nicholas (18) a VCU freshman majoring in mass communications talks with Eve Dabney (40+), a family friend, about social media and its impact on their lives. They discuss life before social media, different social media platforms, and the pros...
Jinny Savolainen: 2020-10-16 17:50:56 Jinny Savolainen 60, and Fern Spierer 61, talk about life and community in the pandemic.