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Mari Fernandez and Albert Fernandez

Mari Teresa Fernandez (67) and her husband, Albert R. Fernandez (71), discuss memories of growing up. Albert Fernandez describes growing up in the immigrant neighborhood of Ybor City in Tampa, Florida. Mari Fernandez describes migrating from Cuba at seven years...

Rebecca Jones Gaston speaks with Katherine Chon about her journey in social work

Rebecca Jones Gaston talks with her colleague, Katherine Chon, reflecting on her experiences in social work supporting children and families, the advice she received along the way, and what she has learned about trauma, change, and resilience.

Hannah Brewer and her mom, Susan Brewer, talk about becoming and being a photographer.

On December 6, 2018, Hannah Brewer and Susan Brewer had a very good conversation. Hannah learned more about her mom and her mom’s job. She learned that life as a new photographer wasn’t always easy but Susan definitely enjoys her...

“You are stronger than you think and know that you are always loved”

Asking my mother some heart felt questions to reflect on her life and get some advice for others.

Interview with my mom

We talked about where her and our family grew up. We also talked about me and if she’s proud of me. I asked 5 questions.

Bea Gold

This is a story of Beady Marcus and her mother, escaping New York summer heat and going to stay at a farm in upstate New York.

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Sue Hartwick and Connie Meyer

Best friends Connie Meyer (61) and Sue Hartwick (62) share their childhood memories growing up in the Sixties, especially their families and experiences at school, discuss their individual career paths, and reminisce about their friendship.

In memory of James Ahern
October 24, 2021 App Interview

Cheryl shared memories of her father serving in World War II, and the Ahern family.

A talk with my grandma….aka nana

My beautiful grandma, I call her “nana”. She talks about her life growing up in a southern household. She also shares with me a embarrassing nickname that she was indecisive about sharing.

Moc

My classmate and I talk about life and people who made our life better.