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- Family 1178
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- Providence 157
- Hear Me Now Providence 72
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- Andover Center for History and Culture 38
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Sinta Penyami Storms (42) talks with her son Robert Hite (18) about her immigration from Indonesia, the community work she does with the Philadelphia Folklore Project, her community dance group and the preservation of her culture, the Indonesian community in...
Jason Crislip (42) interviews his friend, Augustin Ntabaganyiama (39), about his life in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, being a refugee in the United States, his road to becoming a State Refugee Coordinator, and the people who helped...
Gladys Chen interviews her friend John Patrick Shanley about growing up in an Irish-American family in the Bronx, serving in the Marine Corps in Vietnam, his career as a playwright and screenwriter, and adopting his two sons.
Saul talks about growing up in Detroit, his childhood memories, and working in the junkyard business.
Keith Hinton (21) is interviewed by his teacher Diane Raab (44). Keith shares the memories of his school days and the challenges and joys of growing up blind. He also discusses the trails and tribulations of his first love.
DeAnne Hart (78) and Fred Mindlin (64) talk about the founding and history of the Pajaro Valley Arts Council.
Libby interviews her mother, Mary, about her life.
Coleen, 52, interviews her friend and colleague, Sandra, 52, about the experience she and her husband had escaping from the Cedar Fire of 2003, which destroyed their home and nearly all their possessions.
Shayne Thomas and her dad John Thomas share their joint birthday in the booth. They talk about their family.
Stephanie tells stories of her big and dramatic family.
Stacey Rees (42) is interviewed by her partner Erik Huber (47). They discuss Stacey’s life and that of their child Huckleberry.
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.
Jennifer Colleen Nuchia (33) and her husband Stephen Nuchia (47) sit to talk about the loss of Jennifer’s daughter India to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and its effect on her family and their marriage.
Jay Kickliter interviews his father MErton Kickliter about when his plane crashed into a dike during the Korean War.
Cathy reminisces on her life as a young woman discovering the world around her.
Marguerite Brown is interviewed by her granddaugter Micheline Brown about her life, her work and family.
Albert Wolfgang remembering being drafted and stationed in England and being wounded in WWII.
Woman talks about mixed feelings of getting in touch with biological family
Facilitator Janet Frey asks Sarah Berg about her life, and her mother, an influential psychoanalyst.
Christine Mitchell (62) speaks to her husband, Stanley Mitchell (73) about how the two of them met and fell in love later in life, and they speak about living together in a log cabin in the middle of the woods.
Melvin Thomas (23) talks to his former high school art teacher, Rebecca Belleville (32), about his drive in middle school to go to a top performing high school, his interest in sculpture, being an African American male in the art...
Jermaine Anderson (42) talks to friend and colleague Lisa Nitsch (39) about his upbringing in inner-city Baltimore and beloved family, his history of abusive partnership and overcoming abusive behavior through the Gateway Project, and why he is excited for his...
Mary Bonan Capka (61) discuses her family history with transplants, kidney disease and the transplant process.
Gregory Hartzler-Miller (55) talks to his wife Cindy Hartzler-Miller (54) about gaining a heightened spiritual awareness and how it has changed his life and their marriage.
Jonathan Morancy (47) speaks to his wife, Kerry Morancy (44), about the process of adopting their two children and their opposite, yet complimentary, parenting styles. They speak about the experience being white parents raising African American children.