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I asked my father questions about his life growing up and the outcomes of his experiences.
I was informed of the 80s political landscape. I found out about a gray area that is not talked about a lot
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.
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.
Interview about hippie movement and a factory for that stated work laws
Jeff Reuter talks about his return to the US and finding a draft notice. He chronicles his journey to becoming an opponent and shares advice for young people toady.
During this interview we kind of covered a lot of information. We talked about everything and nothing.
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.
“I climbed up the drive in movie theater with fireworks and smoke bombs, I set them off and me and my friends ran home as fast as we could.” This is one of the fun crazy stories that Michael Giacchino...
Sadie interviews soon-to-be UNC graduate and peace advocate Savannah Wooten.
I interviewed my mom Fiona, and she revealed some interesting (and maybe even disturbing) facts about my family, her step father who will always be her hero, and what she wants for me in the future.
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.
This weaves the stories, the lives, and the future work of a librarian & a retired community nurse who met at the 2019 KC Fringe Festival.
Interviewing my Aunt
A day in the life of Diana Fischer-Reddick who is my lovely mother! We talked about childhood, struggles, views on society, and family.
An experience at a CISV Seminar Camp that changed one young man’s perspective on being gay.
Tony elaborates on his Vietnamese Asian-American experience and his journey with Hidden Fest, a platform for creatives to network and grow.