1968 Democratic Convention

In this interview, I asked my grandpa questions about his opinions and thoughts about the Vietnam War as well as the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago.

Emily Kizer’s grandpa, Don, tells what life was like in Texas in the late 20th century

In this interview, conducted in 2017 in Fort Worth, Texas, Emily Kizer (14) interviews her grandpa, Don Kizer (67), about his childhood and family life. Mr. Kizer shared what life was like during the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam...

Dawn Jeffrey, Lee Jeffrey, and Michael Jeffrey

Dawn Jeffrey (31) shares a conversation with her grandfather, Lee A. Jeffrey, Sr. (86), and cousin Michael Jeffrey (73), about protests as a tool towards abolition of the current political structure which suffers from systemic racism.

Mary Charlton, Lea Charlton, and Leslie Stigaard

Sisters, Lea Charlton (56) and Leslie Stigaard [no age given], talk with their mother, Mary Charlton (77), about her life experiences during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Positionality and Community Organizing: Joy’s Story

Joy tells the story of her love for her hometown, Yakima, Washington. She shares the journey of the mutual aid coalition, Yakima Community Aid.

Kym Bartolini and Lynda Mehrens

One Small Step conversation partners Kym Bartolini (67) and Lynda Mehrens (74) have a conversation about the experiences that shaped them as people and political issues that they are passionate about.

Protests and Adventures

I interview my dad about where he has lived, where he has worked, and what he’s done throughout his busy life.


In this interview, I asked my dad about his childhood growing up in Nepal and his immigration story to America. I questioned him on various topics that could have effected him and shaped his views.