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Betty Grebenschikoff, 79, is interviewed by her daughter Jennifer Grebenschikoff, 58.
Glen Waggoner (61) talks with his friend Daniel Okrent (61) about the death of his father, their love of baseball, and growing up in a small town.
Emily Capes (33) interviews her good friend, Betty Olliff (82) about her life - her family, her husband, and her faith.
Perry Gaidurgis tells his wife, Sue Gaidurgis about his childhood growing up with alcoholic parents, becoming involved with “greaser” gangs during his adolescence, spending time in jail, and being sober for nearly 30 years after being released from prison.
Lisa (37) and Amy (51) interview their mother Alma (79) about her childhood in Youngstown, OH, meeting and falling in love with her husband, and their extended family.
Justus Rosenberg tells friend and colleague Janet Harris of his work as a messenger for the Varian Fry Foundation and of his work during World War II for the American Rescue Committee, now known as the International Rescue Committee.l
Sara, 28, interviews her boyfriend, Alex, 30, about growing up on Chicago’s South Side.
Deborah Spilko interviews her colleague and friend, Michae Mahler about being a gay activist in Erie, PA.
Edith E. Johson, 80, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Jaimie Johnson, 26.
Ivette de Pool (37) interviews father Pedro de Pool (64) about family heritage and about his experience as an actor and announcer in Cuba and in the U.S.
Randall Head interviews his mother Jackie Head about her childhood, and reads a eulogy for his friend Robert Palmer Aud.
Edward Guczek, 87, is interviewed by his granddaughter, Jennifer Sawyer, 21, about his life.
The family talks about their father/ grandfather/ great grandfather who is nearly 100 years old.
Self-described “best friends forever” Mikey Riley, 23, and Jared Busch, 23, talk about their friendship and Mikey’s battle with drugs and multiple sclerosis.
Joseph Brown, 29, talks to his mother Sybil Brown, 67, about her life growing up in rural Georgia, her education in Athens, GA., and her move to and life in Atlanta, GA.
Emma Estella Person Akalomu (Bobbe) (77) talks with facilitator Marquita James (25) about her cousin Daisy’s hat, which to her is like a symbol of strength and resilience.
Martin Blank (72) is interviewed by his friend Jairo Alcantara (17). Martin discusses with Jairo the vast differences between being homosexual when he was young and being homosexual now.
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.
Shelley and her daugher, Jessica had a conversation about Shelley’s life growing up in Coney Island in an extended family and close neighborhood.
Esther Ressler, age 90, is interviewed by her two daughters, Patty Ressler, age 67, and Adrienne Ressler, age 61. Esther recalls her childhood in Michigan, her marriage, and her experiences raising two daughters.
Atem Da’Hajhock (28) and John Kuai (27) talk with Joan Hecht (57) about their experiences as one of the many young refugees from Sudan called the Lost Boys.
Ann Hartzog Hall, 76, is interviewed by her friend, Rebecca Williams, 47, about her parents.