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Grandpa talks about his past experiences, places he had been and his story for when he was a kid.
Michael Jarrett, the teacher for the Gumbaynggirr Aboriginal language and culture nest in the mid north coast of New South Wales, Australia, talks about his experiences in the role.
Shivansh Sharma, age 14, interviews his father Ashish Sharma on his transition to Australia for attending Queensland University. Mr. Sharma discusses the struggles and changes he faced during his transition. From leaving his homeland to getting jobs in a foreign...
John Adams is an Airforce Veteran that served during the Cold War. He’s been to every continent except Antarctica. He found his wife on a small trip to Europe.
This interview includes the memories we shared as kids growing up, and there are so many memories. We also talked about how we feel now after being separated for 5 years.
We talked about her and what she has done as a mom.And me what I was like and what I’m like now.
Magda Michna and Daniel Gonçalves explore their ideas of what it means to be an American and merging multiple cultural identities.
Stories of what it was like when my grandmother was a kid and how it’s like for her now.
I’m talking with my friend Angela about the life in your home country and in Australia.
Helen Nickels life with a poor family and raising 9 kids on her own and finding her family from Australia and Oregon
Quincy Saxon discusses his favorite memory and favorite place on earth, which he has never visited.
We spoke about my mother’s childhood, growing up while participating heavily in Israeli rhythmic gymnastics. Then we spoke about broader events going on as my mother became an adult and her decision to leave Israel with my father.
Good time for the whole family
A kiwi talks about his life from Scotland to New Zealand and his adventures in between
A sleepover isn’t new at all, but add in a “possessed” baby brother, that’s scary. Ashlyn tells this funny scary sleepover. They all lived in Australia.
Caitlin had never left North America before, but in the Summer of 2016 she got an opportunity of a lifetime: to represent her country on the field hockey turf in Australia.
Aunty Jean Hands, a Kamilaroi woman, talks and reflects on her time as Chair of the Northern Regional Aboriginal Alliance in Northern NSW and what it means for her represent Aboriginal communities in getting the services and programs communities want.
Interview with our 89 year old father. Questions from daughters and grandchildren.