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My piano teacher, Janet Kaminsky, talks to me, Eileen Hsu (13) about her childhood and life as a musician.
Mary talks with members of the Colorado Episcopal Service Corps about life lessons she has learned and the role religion and community has played in her life
An interview with Mrs. Lisa Holloway who is a mentor for special needs kids in her Community. In this interview she tells us what Night To Shine is and how she got involved.
Pamela Kundert (69) speaks with her conversation partner Paul Hummel (74) about her life in music.
This is a conversation with my grandfather and I using guided questions.
When the New Bethany Home for Girls in Arcadia, Louisiana opened in 1971, the religious reform school was known as a safe haven for “wayward girls.” Over the next three decades, law enforcement officials repeatedly investigated claims of physical and...
Mara Panich (41) talks to her friend and mentor, Barbara Theroux (72), about the importance of community businesses, like their bookstore Fact & Fiction. They discuss business responses to national and global crises like COVID-19 and the current Black Lives...
This interview was held in Columbia City’s very own City Hall. The interview was done by Chloe Temple (17) and she interviewed her friend Collin (17) about his job as a firefighter.
I asked my Dad questions about his mentors, religion, and life lessons.
George Rodon (72) and mentee Eduardo "Eddie" Fernandez-Crespi (39) share thoughts on family, Cuban heritage, how they first met, race relations in Cuba vs U.S. and their view on government systems.
The interviewee, Marco, tells a short description of his childhood life and household. Moreover, Marco, describes his job, and the lessons it taught him.
Valeria Church- 66-Teacher Educator for over 25 years Ramona Hewitt-Williams- 45 I was inspired to do this interview with Mrs. Church she is a great mentor, she enjoy educating students. I'M INSPIRED BY All Educators and TEACHERS THEY HAVE MADE...
Doris Haynie elaborates on some of the charity work that she has done in her lifetime.
This is an Interview with my Mom, Laura. She has lived in several different parts of the country and has had a diverse and interesting life. Here are her responses to my questions.
We talked about Susan’s life. Specifically, we talked about Susan’s various jobs as well as mentors in her life.
My dad recalls his father's best advice to him and what he would say to his father if he was still here with us.
Leah Kreiger (32) interviews Braxton Baker (29) about his childhood and his involvement in the LGBT community. Braxton talks about realizing he was gay and later mentoring a group of younger men during their coming out process.
In this interview, conducted in June 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Aysha Ahmad (17) interviews her mentor Anabel Chavva (27) about her graduate school experience and intercultural marriage. She talks about meeting her Indian husband in Ireland and how they work...
J. "Dick" Woodward (86) talks to his daughter, Leah Wiley (43), about his mentors, his career as a pastor, and his search for his biological father.
Christine Deel [no age given] talks to One Small Step partner, Kelly Jacob [no age given], about their political and social involvement in their communities and so on.
We talked about the good and bad times in my uncles life
This is a couple questions about my Grandfathers life and the stress he went though and the good things he made happen.