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- Esl 3
- AARP 2
- Antioch college 2
- Apt Associates (Research firm in Cambridge MA) 2
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Spoke about structure, history, and current programming in Casa
My mom and I talked about mainly 3 things , what important lessons she learned and what led her to learned those lessons and also what she’s never got a chance to tell me . It was a very eye...
talking about her difficulties and what she’s most grateful for throughout her life
This is an amazing interview with my amazing family friend Linda Foster! She has an amazing perspective on life and has been a huge influence on my life!
This is an interview with my father. We mainly talk about his experience in America, and how it was back in the day
I interviewed my grandmother from my mother’s side. I asked her some questions about her life, why she immigrated to the United States in 1988, and what she was thankful for Thanksgiving.
From earliest memories in the 1940’s to the civil rights movement in the 1960’s American south to thoughts about the future beyond 2018 Nancy talks about her life and points of view.
This was an interview that I did with my mom that really just talked about her culture, childhood, my childhood, raising children, her job and her story.
Paulist Fr. Rich Colgan’s ministries have addressed some of the modern era’s most pressing needs. He’s journeyed with and buried AIDS patients in the 1980s in New York. He’s listened to Catholics reeling from clergy sex abuse in Boston. He...
Clara and Greg talk about Greg’s life piece by piece to put together the story of Greg’s life in Clara’s mind. They discuss everything from school to jobs and all of the life that happened in between. Clara asked Greg...
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in San Diego, California, Amara Parker (14) and Bernard Parker (44) about his childhood in Texas and his career. Mr. Parker shares his difficulties of living abroad compared to the United States. He...
Kaan felt that there was a language barrier in the beginning but Kaan felt that adjustment in the US was very easy in general and felt that the diverse culture of the US made it easy for immigrants to intergrate.
I asked my mother 15 questions about the Boston marathon bombing
Ben and I are both teenagers, so we talked about middle school and teenager stuff.
Auntie beth and I talked about her childhood and important people that made her the amazing person she is today.
Jane Mahlme’s involvement in the League of Women Voters and Town government led her to go to law school as a mother of two & then pursue a fascinating career in public service.
I interviewed my Nana about what it was like to grow up in Beverly, Massachusetts in the 1940’s and 1950’s and her memories of 8th grade.