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- 2023 Mobile Tour 4
- El Paso, TX 2
- Albuquerque, NM 1
- Central Synagogue 1
- Minot Sleeper Library 1
- Native Bound Unbound 1
- Voices of Freedom 1
young mother interviews two other young mothers about becoming and being mothers
One Small Step conversation partners Victoria Young (64) and Gay Abarbanell (82) talk about being raised as "army brats," the ways they defy people's expectations, and the importance of open and honest conversation to avoid misunderstanding.
I interviewed 21-year-old Susan Dakorson who also goes by Susie, a close friend of mine, of what it was like growing up in America dealing with and breaking the ideal Hair standard in American society for African American women. Susie...
Bonnie Bir (77) interviews her good friend Chey Soul (53) about her upbringing, her beliefs and her goals.
I had a discussion with my 68 year old grandmother about what it was like growing up in an time where women were not thought as equals to men.
In this recording, Dr. McCarroll at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan records an interview with her mother, Karen Bunge. This interview was conducted to serve as an example for an assignment given to the students in her Psychology of...
Gabby Harrison interviews her mother Catherine Harrison. They discuss Cathy's childhood as the daughter of an Italian immigrant, her experience as a parent, and more.
Amena Johnson talks to her friend of several years Jamila Taylor. They discuss their friendship and what it's like to have black women as friends.
Emma Fivek (28) talks to her friend Golara Haghtalab (30) about Golara's book, Immigrant: Turning 30 in America. The two discuss how Golara came to the US and her journey since arriving. Going from hostessing at a restaurant in Charlottesville,...
A group of African-American "sista friends," Talethia Edwards (39), Valerie George (38) and Anita Wimberly [no age given], chat about life, intimate platonic friendships, family, marriage and the importance of their bond in the African-American community. They talk about the...
Alice "Putty" Willetts grew up in Swarthmore, and has lived here nearly 100 years. She is interviewed by her former gym class student who is now also a senior citizen, Barbara Bernhardt. Putty taught gym for decades. She was on...
A brief look at a Southern African woman’s life, challenges and travels. Casually interviewed by her son and daughter in law.
On November 24th, 2021 Alexa Michael and her grandmother Jill Handy talk in their hometown of Hicksville, Ohio about Jill’s life growing up as a woman in the 1950s and 60s. They talk about Jill’s parents, and her sister Sally....
Two old friends of 20 years happen to be brought together on Levi’s day of giving back to the community, and spend some time discussing the work being done at The Living Room non-for-profit in Santa Rosa, where Katie works...
Two friends share memories of a friendship spanning 33 years, multiple states, marriages, kids, and cancer.
Misty and Alison talk about her journey to Richmond, nonprofit work, life in politics (local, state, and national), and who has helped her along the way.
Spouses Dan Franden (61) and Laurie Feldman (64) discuss how feminism, raising sons and retirement has impacted their lives and marriage.
We talked about life and lessons you learn from it. We also discus why life is important
Catfood Mary talks about life in Keachie Louisiana, being her authentic self and caring for others.
Julianna’s Interview on the novel “The Handmaid’s Tale”
In this test recording, Travis Tavana, a student at the University of Eastern Michigan, located in Ypsilanti, MI, recorded a practice recording to prepare for his upcoming interview in June of 2023. Travis is a dual-majoring student of criminology and...
Grandma Mac, Mother Mary Beth and Daughter Ilana talking about their lives as women.
May Brill, 1st generation American, fought for the United States in WWII, leaving a legacy of Love and remembrance. At 93 years old, she is New Jersey’s Chairman of Women in the Military, and championing the rights of all women.