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This is an interview of the aunt of Simone Mckay. Simone was a mother of 2 young children and a Senior at Chicago State University set to graduation in December.
Kayeloni Scott (30) hears from her colleague Mary Jane Miles (80) about her upbringing, her travels and her struggles with abuse and alcoholism.
Cindy K. is a woman of great strength and resilience, a woman whose heart and experience are a great asset to people around her. She shares her life story.
I talk about my first step-mom Kathy and how she influenced me. Pic is of a cup from her.
My mom talked about what life was like as a baby boomer growing up in Utah. She also talked about life as a child of two alchoholics.
My sister Tania, a domestic violence survivor talks about the hardships that she had to endure during her pregnancy and the 6 long years of her relationship to her sons dad.
Deborah Femat (67) tells her son Aden Femat (26) about her father's experiences as a WWII veteran and how his PTSD and alcoholism shaped her and her family’s life. Deborah also shares stories about her grandmothers and her complex relationship...
Dr. Bobbi Alba shares her new inspirational memoir about multiple sudden atypical losses. Topics include: cancer, loss of child, domestic violence, mental illness, homelessness, alcoholism, pet loss, transgender youth, and leaving a living legacy.
Jessica Giangrasso discusses how a circumstantial event in early adulthood wound up marking the beginning of a meaningful, humanitarian career in mental health counseling.
Jessica Walker interviews Susan Browder about the domestic gun violence death if her daughter Sarah Browder in 2012.
D.W. Garrett (48) talks to facilitator Erin Dickey (25) about the abuse he suffered growing up at the hands of his father.
in this interview, taken place in Los Angeles , CA. I talked Leticia Osorio (39), my role model and my mother , to discover what build up to what she is today. She talked about what events in her childhood...
One Small step partners Susan Haskell (76) and Rachel Green (41) confide in each other about mental illness and abuse, relate over their political concerns, and note what they are grateful for.
Marian Hatcher [no age given] shares with her friend Kara Doan (46) details of her journey within the anti-trafficking movement and how she made incredible use of a second chance after being a victim of domestic violence and trafficking abuse.
Rina Risper (53) and her friend Sherrie Ross (60) discuss their friendship, community involvement and the value of collaboration. They also discuss COVID-19 and their goals for 2021.
Nini, Connor's grandmother, tells about how she made it as a single mother of 3 and what it was like to witness a loved one marry into a bad relationship. 9 people and 1 bathroom? Yep, bc that happened.
This is the story of how my 65 year grandmother came to the United States and was able to provide for her and her children.
Jessica Lasser (42) interviews her mother, Marcia Roth (74), about her work advocating for women around issues of domestic violence and her experience as a working mom.
Judi talks about how she began this shelter, her experience of the Santa Cruz massacre and her heart for family reconciliation. She is helped by translator Acy Lodja
A story about a woman who didn’t know how strong she was until she had to be. A story of survival.
Oscar who served 25 years shares some of his experiences and how storytelling, connection, and relationships impacted him. In addition, he discusses "vulnerability as an antidote for pain and shame."
Zena Ozeir (29) talks with her aunt Jumana Salamey (38) about her college experience, graduating law school, and moving back to her hometown of Dearborn after school. She shares memories of her political activism and talks about her current work...
I am a survivor of domestic violence. My mom has been with me every step of the way. The interview addresses divorce, rescues, protective orders, and starting over.
Atlantic County Women's Hall of Fame interview with Claudia Ratzlaff