Thanksgiving Interview with my Kenyan Mama

Interviewing my mom over Thanksgiving holiday on the importance of literacy, education, and languages as a bridge to cultures.


Kaiwen 28. I was asking him about how digital and emotional literacy has affected him.

Erma Banks and Callie McGinnis

Friends and colleagues, Erma Banks [no age given] and Callie McGinnis (77), discuss their former workplace: Columbus Area Library Association (CALA). They talk about the formation of the organization, pivotal characters in its development, and the events they created to...


Interview with Phyllis Kivett about literacy artifacts.

A helping hand for people that need it most.

A chat with an inspiring person that helps people with the use of lights and building greenhouses out of the greater good.

Elizabeth Ann Hamlin and Janet Wigodner

Elizabeth "Ann" Hamlin (80) talks with Janet Wigodner (54) about her experiences as a adult literacy tutor.

My Parents Reflect on Reading and Literacy

I have a conversation with my parents about their personal histories with reading and how Literacy has shaped their lives and careers.

Portia Pennington and Tom Pennington
June 11, 2010 StoryKit

My husband interviewed me about my love of reading, my lifelong desire to write -- milestones through my 49 years which brought me to the writing of my first novel and the publication of my first book. We talked about...

Andrea Sanchez and Elda Flores

Friends Andrea Sanchez (39) and Elda Flores (71) share a conversation about serving as part of the San Antonio Public Library Board of Trustees, their love for reading, and their investment in the local community.

Allison Tant and Courtney Atkins

Longtime friends Allison Tant [no age given] and Courtney Atkins [no age given] sit down for a conversation about their advocacy work, their parents, their children, and the strong women who inspired them to become the community leaders they are...

Holidays Interview and Service Reflection

Lori explained her experience with reading as she grew up.

Lorena Solorio and Melissa Canela

Colleagues and community leaders Lorena Solorio (44) and Melissa Canela [no age given] talk about KIPP's advocacy, community engagement, and the partner organization Melissa works for: the Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley.

Numerical Literacy

Ana interviewed her older sister, Mariana on the topic of literacy. They discussed Mariana’s journey in becoming numerically literate and how it shaped and impacted her life.

Literacy for the unfortunate

Interview with someone that participated in Lighting For Literacy

Laura Wright and Susan Lupone Stonis

One Small Step conversation partners and new friends Laura Wright (65) and Susan Lupone Stonis (59) discover how much they have in common, talk over their religious differences, and the need for kindness in the world.