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- Temple Beth Zion Beth Israel 3
- BZBI 2
- Congregation Sons of Israel - Nyack 2
- Thomas Jefferson Middle School 2
- Triangle Threshold Singers 2
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Recently my grandpa (Steve Straus) was killed in a shooting in chicago. It was very sudden and my family and I are heartbroken. Even though I knew some stuff about him from the many encounters we shared, I felt as...
Marion Greenup (74) interviews her friend, Nancy Hannah Levy Torres (76), about her life, faith, and at times, fraught relationship to her Jewishness.
My mom and I talked about religion as we made matzah ball soup.
Stefanie Stone (26) interviews her aunt, Elizabeth Weirba (52), about immigration, culture, and a Jewish identity.
Sam interviews his grandmother (Lois) on his late grandfathers journey to the United States as he and his parents escaped Nazi Germany.
I asked my grandmother about her childhood and how she wants to affect the world. I generated an understanding of how our major family tradition is to to good in the world.
My name is Kyle and I am 20 years old. I interviewed a friend who I met at college, Liam, who is also 20. The majority of the interview topics that we’re discussed were his upbringing and how his Jewish...
Samantha Hano talks with her new friend, Katharine Baker, about the interplay between her various religious, sexual, and personal identities, and the role these identities play in strengthening familial ties.
A Jewish boy/man’s experience as a observant in Philadelphia and it’s suburbs from the 1970s to the present.
One Small Step partners Marianne Kast (70) and Jason Johnson (50) have a conversation comparing their experiences working in education and with school resource officers. They talk about the importance of voting and not engaging in political discussions online.
How her bat Mitzvah was a big moment that led up to the rest of her Jewish life
Beth and Julie tell Karen about falling in love at Oberlin College, moving to California and later Chicago for graduate school, finding a welcoming Episcopalian church, having a ceremony, beginning their journey to have children during the AIDS epidemic, becoming...
Friends Robert "Rob" Norman (66) and Mark Rentschlar (58) share a conversation about writing, reading, medicine, and the value of stories.
One Small Step partners Leslie Shimer (67) and Merle "Louise" Lee (76) discuss their observations from living in Virginia and exchange anecdotes from their past.
Andrew "Andy" Kohen (79) shares a conversation with his daughter, Elissa Sachs-Kohen (50), about Elissa coming out, their family, their values, spirituality, social justice, acting on behalf of others, and future happiness.
Patricia Rich [no age given] and Michael Silverberg [no age given], recently married, talk about their lives and how they met through Central Synagogue and its Wise Aging program.
An insight to a college girl who speaks on her faith in the Jewish religion and how Judaism relates to American culture today.
Emily Bray, 20 years-old, interviews Jared Murray, 22 years-old. Jared is a Jewish male and talks about his life as a Jewish man, his family heritage, and facing religious prejudice in today’s world.
Max and I talked about his family, mostly about his father and grandfather. We discussed their relationships and also his relationships with his friends and their experiences together.
A grandson interviews his two loving grandparents about everything from growing up in New York in the 1940s to Jewish cuisine and everything in between.
Growing up during WW2 as a Jew, religion, women’s rights, teaching, and the Great Depression all in one interview!
Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Susan Siegel (64) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the threshold of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...
Me and bubbe discuss her childhood, her memories of historical events, and her relationship with Judaism and family
Lydia interviews her grandmother about her family and childhood.
Andrea Farber De Zubiria (57) talks with her father Murray Farber (88) about his family history in Poland before he was born, and his experience of growing up in a Jewish immigrant family in New York.