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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.
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.
Jill Savitt is the CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, a partner of Equitable Dinners. She believes that bringing people together, across differences, is the key to understanding and progress. Her background professionally is in contemporary...
Being in love can be difficult, hower if two people love each other so much they make it seem almost as if it’s easy. Just ask Anabelle and Richard Sher. Throughout their journey of being in love, Annabelle and Richard...
Naomi interviews her Grandmother, Lorraine, about growing up the daughter of Vaudeville performers.
Mushka and Anna are neighbors and they have talk about Shabbos, Covid and children.
We discussed life in Germany before WWII, coming to America as a Jewish immigrant, and experiences as a Jew in Germany and America.
Family experiences in Eastern Europe, the Betar, Palestine, Jewish immigration to U.S.
we talked about some of his proudest moments of how he’s grown in many ways, his childhood and political memories. We also talked about our ancestry
Craig grew up in Chicago, learning from life from a dad who served in the Korean War and he lived in a generation through the Vitenam war. We aslso discussed the adoption process of his children and the stereotyping of...
I talked about my grandfather’s family history. We also talked about what it meant to be Jewish when he was younger.
A Speech Pathologist has a conversation with her long-time patient and friend.
Christina Heyon Lee (50) and her daughter, Miya Libman (19), talk about identity and the recent rise in racial violence toward Asian Americans. They talk about watching Korean shows and using Korean food and music to embrace their Korean heritage.
We talked about my father’s experience as the child of Jewish immigrants who escaped World War II. He described growing up in an all-immigrant neighborhood in the Bronx in the 1930s.
Rebecca Clemento Wald (48) and her daughters, Alexandra (22) and Daniella Wald (20) remember their husband and father, Victor Wald. Employed by Avalon Partners, Victor died in the in the World Trade Center September, 11, 2001.
Me interviewing my grandmom Sandy Levy in her living room in Northfield New Jersey about her life and experiences growing up in Atlantic City.
Elliot Schewel, 84, was interviewed by his daughter, Susan Schewel, 53 about his life in Lynchburg Virginia where he has lived all of his life. He told the story about his response to the Orson Wells radio program “War of...
Ninety-one year old Henry Raymont talks about his life and love with help from my mother, Wendy Marcus Raymont, who has Alzheimer’s disease. They live together in Mexico.
Pauline Katz (25) interviews Melody Chapin (25) about growing up poor, moving to a new community, recognizing racial and experiencing social interactions and demographic change as a result of neighborhood gentrification, and grappling with the fear of a loss of...
Esther Ressler, age 90, is interviewed by her two daughters, Patty Ressler, age 67, and Adrienne Ressler, age 61. Esther recalls her childhood in Michigan, her marriage, and her experiences raising two daughters.