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We talked a lot about the values that Sonya grew up with and who influenced her as a person.
My grandma was not as driven to do things as she was before. She is a very loyal and caring woman. She is loving , smart and committed. She wants the world to think about what they do and generally...
We interviewed our Grandmother, Constance McLindon. She worked at the National Science Foundation and was the only woman in such a high position. Constance worked closely with Bob Con and Vint Surf and was very successful in everything she did.
How life with Covid has been affecting her and her family. And what are the good and bad parts about Covid happening.
Mother and daughter Martha (60) and Kate Kemper (26) discuss Kate finding out she had a brain tumor, Kate graduating from school as an architect, traveling to Spain, and accessibility.
Olivia Hogue (21) talks with her younger sister's boyfriend, Albert Bujanda (18) about their different ethnic/cultural backgrounds and the role it plays in their everyday lives.
Friends and "sisters in Christ," Dr. Ola Sylvia Lamar Sheffield [no age given] and Valeria Lynn [no age given], describe their spiritual journeys, discuss the role faith plays in their lives, and give advice to those struggling.
My mom and I had a very great conversation. I learned a lot about how important her family and our family has been for both of us.
My name is Peter Tran and I interviewed my mother Kate Phan. We discuss my mother's relatioship between Vietnam and America throughout her past more than 40 years. She recalls the difficult life she had growing up and the opportunity...
Aniya Callaway( age 15 on the right)Interviews her Grandmother; Teresa(age 58 on the left) who explains their family history. Tells us a brief description about her being a teen mom and what she went through. Her dreams as a OBGYN...
He was told he had two years to live, due to being morbidly obese. 6 years after he has a successful career and now lives a healthy lifestyle. Now he works with many people to improve their lifestyle, and help...
The story of my Uncle Richard Pallay’s fight with being paralyzed, and an insight on the life of living being paralyzed.
During this interview I had the privilege to sit down and get to know my father way more than I already do. I enjoyed this very much as it was some one on one time that showed me more in...
Allie Chester performs an interview with her Aunt, Peg Chester, at her family Thanksgiving dinner. Allie asks her Aunt about her life, her favorite memories, her experiences, and their family. Their family runs on determination and are extremely important to...
Andover Stories of American Identity: Ursula retells a poignant story of her life of “grit and grace”. She emigrated to America from Budapest, Hungary as a gifted teenager. With classic American opportunities, Ursula became an accomplished published author, lawyer, professor,...
Junior Correa (33) talks to his friend Orlando Clemons (42) about his childhood, and his determination to overcome obstacles to pursue his goals. He talks about starting a candy business as a kid, and the positives and negatives of that...
Amy Howell (46) shares a conversation with her husband, Luca Coletāo [no age given], about how they first met, their time in Paris together, their decision to move to North Carolina, their son, and their hopes for the future.
The people involved in the interview are William McFarland (13) and Forest “Will” Roberts (89), Great-Grandfather and Great-Grandson. In the interview, we covered Will’s early life, what it was like growing up, meeting the love of his life, having children,...
Tony Weiss is interviewed by his granddaughter, Reese Weiss about hid childhood growing up. This interview took place on Thanksgiving at Reese’s house. His life was amazing and exciting that made for a great story to tell. Tony Weiss has...
His father and grandfather were hard-workers and faced many struggles, but managed to succeed.
Kayla Hafidi (33) interviews her father, Jerome Smith (73), about his life, focusing on his time growing up in a segregated Atlanta and his time in the military as a member of the Army Security Agency.