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Eunice Cho (32) interviews her mentor and the president of her Alma Mater, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski (70), about his pursuit of higher education and offering his students an authentic and supportive environment.
Lisa Nickerson (62) and Evan Bucklin (32) share a conversation remembering Jill, Lisa’s daughter and Evan’s sister, who passed away from cancer when she was ten years old.
Sarah-Bess Dworin (41) relives the memory of her grandmother in this conversation with her grandfather Eliezer Krumbein (93).
Friends Sharon Ann Downs (53) and Rikki Turner (36) share a conversation remembering Sharon’s father, Archie “Bud” Eugene.
Ksena Zipperer (66) shares memories she has of her father, Charles Leonard Zipperer, with her daughter, Alicia Osborne (38).
Demetra "Jenny" Spiliotis Congiardo (44) talks with her sister, Keri Spiliotis (40) about their late father, his many achievements, how he became blind at the age of 5, and what he meant to them both.
In this interview, conducted in November 2019 in Piedmont, California, Sage Gilbert (13) interviews her paternal grandmother, Rhona Gilbert (71), sharing stories from Rhona’s life all across the world.
Ariel Nauseef Zimmerman (37) tells her best friend, Katherine Moore-Hokanson (32), about her maternal grandparents, Abraham Nathaniel Barnett and Enid Vivian Rosenberg Barnett, and about the role that they played in her life. She recalls favorite memories and sayings from...
Rory Caygill-Walsh (42) and Stephanie Perron (41) describe each other as one another's "person." They talk about the support they've shown one another and discuss the meaning of loss and grief.
Paul Lauer (65) and daughter Kate Lauer, recall some of their most memorable moments with Kate's mom before she passed away of breast cancer. Paul remembers when he knew his wife was the one, and how she shaped their lives...
Siblings Jill Caldwell (55) and Vic Woodring (59) remember their mother, Dr. Phyllis McGee Woodring. They talk about attending the University of North Carolina as undergraduates at the same time Phyllis was attending UNC's medical school.
Friends Ward Auerbach (78), James "Jim" Pepper (77), and William "Bill" Mattle (54) talk about being residents of the Fire Island Pines through the AIDS crisis. They reflect about loss, organizing, and about the work being done by younger people...
Karen Whitsett (49) remembers her parents with her son, Chris Jakob (26). Karen talks about her childhood, family history, and the many sacrifices that her parents made for her. She discusses why Detroit holds a special place in her heart...
Malia Sioux Machado (41) and her husband, Richard "Ricky" Brown (75), remember her father, Tony Machado. They discuss his murals, his art style, and the legacy he leaves behind.
Eunice Cho (33) shares a conversation with her friend, Edmund Harris (56), remembering Edmund’s late wife, Kim.
Bill Van Parys (61) interviews his friend R. "Scott" Bromley about (83) about his experience visiting and living on Fire Island, especially during the AIDS epidemic. Scott also shares his love for the Pines and the Pines community.
John McGown (73) talks with friend Kathleen Hotham (72) about his life, his career, his children, and his wife Mary. John also shared a celebration of Mary's life that can be found at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt63nT19_hgnbyMGi4xgHLDchyPR3Bfrl. This link worked at the time...
Dominique Watts (42) talks with her husband, Brandon Watts (40), about the recent loss of her dad. Dominique shares stories about her dad, reflects on who he was and how he'd like to be remembered, and shares about her grief...
In this interview I ask my older sister about her childhood and her grandparents. She also gives advice for her younger self and talks more about her life.
Sarah Nelson (58) and her father Harland Nelson (94) remember Corinne, Sarah's mother and Harland's wife, on the day that would have been her 97th birthday.
Familial themes of death, and how ones mentality of death during upbringing afffects the view of death today.
Naomi Love (26) interviews her friend Katie Boyle (26) about Katie's perspective on religion, community, friendship, and family. Katie also reflects on her experience stepping away from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and remembers her grandmothers.