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- Violence 197
- personal experiences 78
- memories of growing up 66
- social beliefs and practices 59
- memories of former times 51 2,008 more
- campbell hall 2
- Chester Children's Chorus 1
- Columbia University 1
- FFA 1
- New Beginnings First Step 1 5 more
My father talks about his journey of illegally crossing the US border in 2003 from Mexico. The stuggles and changes he went through to get a better life for his family. The misconceptions that Mexicans have on life in the...
Ann Garrett, from Clovis, California, in her junior year of USC, 1992, was put into the middle of the Rodney King riots. It is a firsthand story of someone stuck in a violent protest. Interviewed by Luke Garrett, 14, her...
I Interviewed Mitchell on the question about video game promoting children violence. I was for that question and Mitchell was against it we both stated our points of view and then I showed empathy towards Mitchell by trying to understand...
His journey started back in "El salvador" Jason was 12 years old. They sold everything they had to pursue the American Dream. Was it worth it?
Friends Daniel Horowitz Garcia (49) and Edward Austin Hall (58) talk about the new television series "Picard" and their mutual interest in science fiction in general.
Uwe drops us right into a sticky situation involving a confused teenager wanting to be something that his parents do not (Teddy boy Gangster). Wolf Uwe Kalisher, Luca Kalischer-Stork’s uncle, was a full-fledged Teddy Boy in Berlin Germany, 1980. Uwe...
Longtime friends, John (41) and Quinn (40), sit to talk about their time in the Peace Corps. How the Peace Corps changed them and the friendships and gifts they received from their time in service.
growing up in a community of violence.
Samuel Taylor(22) talks to Liam Slocomb(22) about the violence in these times of crisis.
Michelle Brenard, 62, tells facilitator Sarah Geis, 28, about the lesbian group she founded for women over 40 and her family.
When I was 9, I wanted to work in the mental hospital. My grandma used to tell me stories about it all the time, so I asked my grandma a couple questions about it. I now think that working in...
We talked about how it was to grow up “back then” and how it effected them in that time. It was obvious that it was a whole different time period back in the mid 1900’s. We learned about school and...
Jennifer McNabb (62) tells her friend, Melanie McGarrahan Gibson (56), about her work as a prison educator. She explores the interplay of patriarchy and gender-based violence in prison systems and explains how her work intertwines with her doctoral studies.
I had a interview about how the Vietnam War personally affected my stepdad, James Coyle. We talked about what he learned throughout the war and how it affected him and his family.
Fargo Blair (70) talks with his case manager, Chad Acker (37), about his memories of growing up in an abusive household. He talks about his relationship with religion and how it helped him have hope and also find success with...
In this interview, we discussed Justin Garrett’s experience growing up into a very hostile environment. Also, we discussed how you can prevail from any kind of circumstances.
In this interview Halei speaks with her Stepdad, Ozias Embry. In the interview Ozias go over what is like living in Flint, 0:29. Soon after he speaks on the adults in his life. After 4:40, he speaks on how certain...
Long time friends Denise Jackson Ford (54) and Renoir Finizio (74) recall how they met and became friends through a women's group, and share some of their personal beliefs surrounding politics and current events.
Ms. Traumann (55) reminisced about her father, Michael, a German who immigrated to Brazil where he farmed. Mr. Davis (58) talks about the history of violence in his extended family.
John Alston talks about decades of founding and directing the Chester Children's Chorus
An interview with Manny Martinez on the misconceptions of mental illness through media representation and how it affects society.
I met with Mr. Terry at the Oxford Housing Authority on Tuesday November 27 to discuss her life experience through segregation. Ms. Terry was born in 1950 in Lafayette county, in the Yocona area. She spoke of her experience share...
I sit down with my father to discuss the current issues about gun violence and his opinion on our future with gun control.