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This is an interview I did with my Pa! He told some very funny stories, and told me about some of the most important people in his life. Some of these I’ve never heard!
Sisters Beth Papatones Wheland (66) and Jan Papatones Crowley (69) talk about Beth's time in the Marine Corps and its impact on her as a person.
Steve Hockett and his mother Betty, age 90 who is on Providence hospice share family recollections of Betty's many missionary trips overseas to developing countries and the influence in her early life of reading and how being a prolific writer...
Otto "Ted" Theodore Benfey (90) speaks about WWII.
Pam and Karl tell each other how they became activists and pacifists, and recall some specific events in their lives that shaped them into who they are now.
Spouses, Alex Primm [no age given] and Cathy Primm (75) discuss Alex's experience in Vietnam, how it informed his later work, and their life together.
If you struggle with the current political climate (especially the public discourse), take a listen to Ben's interview. Learn about his early life, his path to Richmond, religion, and his career/projects. He also talks about the way he navigates current...
Grace shares about being an "international woman", highlighting her time lived in Hiroshima, Japan and her visit to Mexico City for the United Nations Year of the Woman Conference
Two Quakers reflect on the role of the AIDS crisis in their spiritual community.
Shaun Dingwerth, Director of Richmond Art Museum, talks with Alison about the way art has shaped and continues to shape our history and culture in Richmond and Wayne County. His relatives were among the first settlers in the area and...