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Sisters Paula Bendel and Rhonda Pupella remember their grandparents, Clyde and Mabel Nancarrow (paternal) and Herbert and Sarah Phelps (maternal), and share stories of their time on the family farms.
Edith E. Johson, 80, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Jaimie Johnson, 26.
Arlene Swartz (61) talks to her friend and coworker Kathrina Proscia (50) about her childhood in the Bronx and Queens, her family and her career in philanthropy and fundraising.
Cherilyn Evans (63) tells facilitator Daniel Littlewood (32) about how she moved from Los Angeles to Ukiah, California.
Dolores Huerta, 80, speaks with two of her daughters, Camila Chavez, 34, and Lori Huerta de Leon, 57, about being a labor leader and organizer and being a mother.
The family talks about their father/ grandfather/ great grandfather who is nearly 100 years old.
Kathryn Neaverth interviews her father John Loder about her childhood, their friendship and challenges and their hope for each other and their familiy’s future.
Stacey Rees (42) is interviewed by her partner Erik Huber (47). They discuss Stacey’s life and that of their child Huckleberry.
Scott interivews his partner Ed about teaching improvisation and their relationship.
Jeanette Remak talks about her sister Mary Remak, who was a victim of the 1993 World Trade Center Attack.
Jesse Lomelí (66) and his sister Marta Lomelí (57) talk about when their family came to the United States from Mexico, the cultural difference at home and at school.
Maya Elena Scott-Chung (45) and Susie Hoblet (47), parents at Kaiser Elementary School, discuss the myth of the Ozzie and Harriet “traditional family” and Suzy’s experience growing up in Italy, France and traveling worldwide; the struggles of the sandwich generation,...
Lee Ann Marona (45) talks with her father, Don Wilson (72) about his childhood, religious involvement, time spent in the Navy, and his work experiences.
Ray Rosing tells his granddaughter about growing up in Illinois, his experiences in WWII and his family.
Bruce Ferguson talks with his daughter, Mimie Pacheco about his love of history, farming, and serving in a public service office for over 20 years.
Curtis Gray tells daughter Rachel Gray-Castro his Mexico stories.