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In this interview, Nani ji (grandmother from mom’s side) talked about her experience of moving to India at a young age, how her parents’ death effected her, and the effects of Operation Blue Star on her. This interview was conducted...
I’m interviewing my sister about what she remembers about our family living in Africa.
Talked about his influences to become a comic artist, how his childhood experiences led to the international and creative life he has. Looking back into his life, we talked about some of his proudest moments in life, both professionally and...
Jessica Voights (33) speaks to her cousin, Joe Voights (32) about their travels and what they think of one another.
Ivan is an international student. We talked about his lifestyle in his home country and how it compared to his experience in the United States.
Cousins William "Bill" Witherspoon (66) and Frances Mansfield (96) talk about her experiences living in Africa with her husband and sons during the 1960s while her husband worked for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Anita (62) talks to Anjuli (28) about her time at Holton-Arms and about her family.
This is a story of the experiences of Ron during his time as a young man in the US Army during World War II.
An interview about the life and American perspective of my grandfather.
In this interview, I talked to my grandpa about his life, jobs, family, and childhood. He shared with me some of his many amazing experiences like the time he traveled all the way to Africa to help people, the time...
We talked about my dad's trip that he took in Africa to help people prepare for their exams. We also talked about what it was like to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. He told me what it is like to be a...
Today, I sit down with my mother Kadija Bah and get to understand her childhood growing up in Sierra Leone, Africa. From her struggles during the rebel war in 1992 to her becoming a Registered Nurse and U.S. citizen, I...
As a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College's Davis Family Library has initiated a series of oral interviews, "In Your Own Words." In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace...
Some of my grandmother’s history in her life was touched on and mainly where she has traveled. Also my grandmother talked about how she loves spending time with her family in Vermont.
Gioya DeSouza-Fennelly (57) tells her former colleague Anasa Scott (36) about her efforts working as an environmental and science educator.
We talked about my dad’s time in the Peace Corps and how that has been an influence in his life. Subsequently, we reflected in his life and conversed about what he wants now.
in this interview I learned about my moms life before me, and with me. I asked her questions about interests and hobbies and got to know her more and how I can contribute and be in her life more.
Chronicaling the amazing story of hope and perseverance of Jae Roosevelt
A son, born in Africa to American parents who had been in the Peace Corps, recount stories of a childhood in Africa, and life in a multiracial family.