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Mr. Wilbert A. Villaflor is a Secondary Teacher who works at the Department of Education teaching Values Education.
My grandma reads a beautiful Mexican poem in Spanish and English
This interview was recorded in Flushing Michigan on December 6th, 2020. I interviewed with Hana, my mother. In this interview we talked about what it means to be a practicing Muslim. We also talked about the daily challenges that a...
Jesse Richards (66) interviews her husband Louis Anthony Richards (71) about his twenty year career in the United States Navy, his time in Vietnam during the war, and his advice for anyone transitioning to or from the military lifestyle.
Hamid Safi (26) and his sponsor, Martha Sparrow [no age given], share a conversation about Hamid's emigration from Afghanistan to the United States, his upbringing in Kunar, Afghanistan, and his hopes both for his future and for the future of...
My dad's name is John DeLury Jr. He flew two tours in Vietnam. Recently I had the chance to sit down and interview him about his experience and his decision back in the 1960's to enlist (he wasn't drafted; he...
A friend, family member, volunteer and employee of The Mount shares her story about how The Mount has shaped her to be the person she is today. She reflects on her deep commitment to The Mount mission and culture.
Friends and creative juice smoothie co-blenders Patrick McNameeKing (34) and Harris Newman (34) reflect on their relationship and creative practices.
I asked my father questions about his life growing up and the outcomes of his experiences.
Spouses, Darius Prather (35) and Leah Prather (27), discuss the work they do as community activists in their home city, Columbus, GA, the changes Columbus is undergoing, and the better future that they hope to help create for their four...
I ask some questions to my godmother Desa Rae and have the best connecting moment of my life
I interviewed my grandpa to know more about his teenage years. I learned how it was when it was his age.
Janet Bilskey and her Vietnam Anti-War Walkout and Protest Experience
Daily life has been changed, everyone’s experience is different. It’s very important to appreciate all that’s around you.
Gordon Powell talks about growing up and how racism affected his community in the 1940s. In addition, he speaks on racism in today's world and how we can help diminish it.
Interviewing my Aunt
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.
One Small Step conversation partners Shay [No name given] (43) and Kristin Turney Jones (45) discuss how Kristin's daughter is the most influential person in her life, Shay's role as healer in the military and how religion played a role...
Yolanda Lakes (50) sits down with her father, Raymond "Ray" Lakes (72), to ask about his upbringing in Columbus, GA and the world events, as well as personal experiences, that have shaped his current worldview.
I’m here asking my mom some questions. She thought they had to be answered very philosophically. She is the femal Plato of her generation.
A freewheeling interaction between dad and son about life, work and the world we live in.
Catherine "Cathy" Manning (76) speaks with her friend Pat Gottschalk (83) about learning how to be peace activists as seniors, and their hopes and disappointments in family relationships.
I was informed of the 80s political landscape. I found out about a gray area that is not talked about a lot