Camille Miceli interviews her nanny about her life and views.

In this interview, Camille Miceli (16) talked to Faye Ervin (70) who is my grandmother. We interviewed on 11/26/17 in Vestavia Hills, AL and we discussed her life and how things are different from when she grew up. We also...

My Grandma

This is an interview via FaceTime with my 75 year old grandmother. She talks about her childhood growing up in segregated Alabama and moving to Ohio and becoming acclimated to her new environment.

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Alison Benders and Margaret [No Name Given]

Friends and colleagues Alison Benders (65) and Margaret [No Name Given] (65) talk about their Catholic upbringings and their experiences with religion in adulthood. They reflect on what pilgrimage, faith, and community have meant to them.

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Emily Rushing and Fred Bennett

One Small Step partners, Emily Rushing (70) and Fred Bennett (76) discuss the changing landscape of news, media literacy, social issues, and being Christians who value diversity and racial reconciliation.

Jade Carter and Dan Carter

Jade Carter (68) interviewed by her son Dan Carter (38) about her upbringing, what led her to teach adults with special needs, and what she has learned about love.

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Sabra Booth

Sabra Booth (57) discusses her family history with a focus on her mother, Barbara Booth. Her family fought in World War II, participated in the creation of the Manhattan Project, and lived in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, which was a military...

Megan Wallace and Cindy Wallace

Megan Wallace (23) talks with her mother, Cindy Wallace (55) about her first-hand recount of January 29th, 1998, the day of the Birmingham, Alabama bombing.

Queenie Samaha interviews Donna Smaha about growing up in Birmingham, Alabama
November 26, 2018 App Interview

In this interview, conducted November 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Queenie Samaha (16) interviews her neighbor and relative Donna Smaha (65) about her childhood growing up and significant events that have occurred during her lifetime. Mrs. Smaha talks about what...

My Dad’s American Dream

This interview was about my dad’s American Dream and his coming to this country. He talked about all the different people that helped him and his influential experiences.

Pampie Pete

Chatting with my Grandpa (Pampie) about his life. Growing up in Wembley, London and Birmingham. Meeting my Grandma, Edna Woods, in Oxford. Talking about their life together.

Thanksgiving Interview

Petra asks her 3rd (maybe 4th) cousin Pauline about growing up.

Interview with my dad

Recorded December 3, 2019, my dad (Mark) and I (Ethan) discuss what it was like growing up in the 70s and 80s. We go into depth of different experiences and some advice for me and my future.

Abby Sands, Elizabeth Sands

We talked about how we enjoyed living near eachother and then how I was a as a child and how she has influenced me and my life.

Carol Christiansen talks about growing up in the 70s and 80s.

In this interview, conducted on November 25th, 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama. John Christiansen interviews Carol Christiansen on what it was like growing up in the 70s and 80s.

Tanisha Khare interviews Carol Tabaka about her teaching experience

This interview talks about Carol Tabaka’s teaching experience. It shows how she has grown to become a teacher and her feelings about teaching.

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Ryan Jones and Joseph Jones

Ryan R. Jones (33) tells her husband, Joseph Ryan Jones (38), what it is like to have the same name, what she loves about Birmingham, and what she learned today.

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Catherine Montalbo and Linda Frost

One Small Step conversation partners Catherine Montalbo (60) and Linda Frost (59) talk about growing up in liberal and conservative households, changing their political beliefs, relocating to the south, and gender identity issues.

Dr. Foster and Natalie Varisco: Of Life and Education

From the unprecedented cutting down of sacred trees to creating a healthy relationship in your body, we talked about a little of everything

Never forget family

This is a talk between me, Mason Hemstreet, and my mother Jennifer Hemstreet. We talk primarily about love, lessons, and family.

Religions in school

We talked about how religions might be viewed in school. The public school has many different groups of religions and there maybe multiple views of how religions should be dealt with in the class.

Thanksgiving Talk
November 26, 2022 App Interview

The person I interviewed for this conducted the interview in Birmingham, Alabama. This person also happens to be my mother who I am very appreciative that she took the time to do this. I was able to learn a lot...