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Karen, Kathleen, and Bruce talk about starting the Council on Foundations and implementing the Stewardship Principles.
Susan Di Christina (40) interviews her mother-in-law, Joan Di Christina (73) about Joan’s family ancestry and the history of the Erie Canal.
Aldo Tollini (89) talks with his grandson David Johnston (47) and his granddaughter Michelle Johnston (42) about his life as grape-grower, his love of his wife, and his time playing baseball.
Emily Capes (33) interviews her good friend, Betty Olliff (82) about her life - her family, her husband, and her faith.
Cherilyn Evans (63) tells facilitator Daniel Littlewood (32) about how she moved from Los Angeles to Ukiah, California.
Mary Wallach tells her son Eric Wallach about her life, her relationship and her philosophies.
Betty Grebenschikoff, 79, is interviewed by her daughter Jennifer Grebenschikoff, 58.
Perry Gaidurgis tells his wife, Sue Gaidurgis about his childhood growing up with alcoholic parents, becoming involved with “greaser” gangs during his adolescence, spending time in jail, and being sober for nearly 30 years after being released from prison.
Edith E. Johson, 80, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Jaimie Johnson, 26.
Nick interviews his father about growing up in Brooklyn and his life experiences.
Joselyn Geaga-Rosenthal, 62, tells her son Jason Yam about her arrival to the United States, including the trip by ship, and about her political awakening in the United States.
Emiliano Echeverria, 60, interviewed by his son Marcelino Echeverria, 22. Emiliano talks about growing up in San Francisco, his involvement in the Chicano and Free Speech Radio Movements of the 1960’s, and his many years of union memberships.
William D. Evers (83) by Peter Emblad (43) on W.’s family history. W. talks about his parents and grandparents’ immigration to the U.S. from Germany, and their rise in prominence in San Francisco
John Bellina (45) talks with his business partner Tasso Stathopulos (49), about creating a brand for and marketing the Anythink Rangeview Library.
Sisters Paula Bendel and Rhonda Pupella remember their grandparents, Clyde and Mabel Nancarrow (paternal) and Herbert and Sarah Phelps (maternal), and share stories of their time on the family farms.
Bill HInes, 66, interviews his mother-in-law Charlee Kambert, 87, about her life, writing and the plays she wrote and performed around the country.
Judith interiviews her lover/soulmate about his life and philosphy.
Arlene Swartz (61) talks to her friend and coworker Kathrina Proscia (50) about her childhood in the Bronx and Queens, her family and her career in philanthropy and fundraising.
Friends Edy Dominguez, 25, Quintillano Rios, 20, y Adriana Velasquez, 19 talk in fluent Spanglish about how each of their families came to the United States.
Dan Shellenbarger interviews his mother, Sue, about her activist work.
Wendy Thomas (47) and Thajilah Olaiya (30) are classroom teachers in Washington D.C. who got to know each other through karate class, and talk about their beginnings as educators and the future of classroom education.
Curtis Gray tells daughter Rachel Gray-Castro his Mexico stories.
Brenda Bafus-Williams interviews her mentor and colleague, Chuck Worley - who aside from being a very active conscientious objector to conscription since WWII, was also one of the founders for the Western Colorado Congress, a progressive non-profit dedicated to civic...