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He immigrated to America several times before being able to live here permanently. He is now able to tell his story and how it all affected his life tremendously.
Nana Kay talks about her childhood life on an island and some of the experiences she has experienced throughout her life, like the first time she met me in the hospital.
My mom shares her life from her childhood, and explains why it’s really important to be respectful to others and to appreciate the people around you.
In this interview, conducted in December 2021 in Alexandria, Louisiana, Tamaya Eli (18) interviews her grandpa (73) about accomplishments that made him proud. Mr. Grady also shares the important people in his life and his greatest influence. Mr. Grady also...
Talking about some of her struggles and happinesses in her life.
In this interview, I talked to my little sister about her experiences with the pandemic and gained valuable insight about her outlook on her experiences with living through the pandemic.
We talked about her early life in Cuba and her life now in Miami, FL
Mom talks a little about growing up and what is important to her. Talks about the half sister she never knew.
Rachel Hayimov interviews her mother Margarita Kholdarova. She learns about her moms childhood and the changes that came about in her life. It was a chance for Rachel to get to know her mom more and about her past. She...
In my interview of my Dad, I asked questions including his happiest memories as well as his most difficult memories and asked him about something he is grateful for. With this interview I was able to learn more about my...
I learned how my grandmother grew up and some of the most impactful memories she has.
The people in this interview is Sophia Ochoa (the interviewer) who is 15 years old, Soledad Vargas (the person getting interviewed) who is 79 years old, Rene Ochoa (translator) who is 45 years old. Sophia Ochoa is the grandchild of...
This was an internal reflection piece, for audiences to think about the words of Brother David Steindl-Rast on the opportunity of living every moment gratefully.
My mom, Charlotte McCue sits down with me to talk about her fondest childhood memories.
I called my grandma who now lives in Mascotte, Florida to interview her. It may be hard to hear at some points throughout the recording since the interview is over the phone. I asked my grandma, who is 66 years...
This interview made me realize how grateful you can be to someone. It does not take much to make someone happy.
We talked about what she is grateful for and different Holliday questions.