Naquan Homes and Kemali Green

Kemali Green, CHS staff person, interviews Naquan Homes about his childhood expeiences, his family and his goals for the future.

Nana’s story

Nana’s beautiful story from an orphan to being married to her husband suffering from being an alcoholic to now being a great grandmother. It was recorded in a hospital on Easter after a heart issue. I love you nana

Shoshana and Zeidy

An interview with Professor Rabbi David Berger, my grandfather, about his life. He is a world renowned scholar of Jewish history.

First Day of School

First day back in school, specifically college. Nerve racking on the first day but towards the end of the day and onward she was very much more relaxed with where was was in. She hopes to graduate on time in...

Moving from Brooklyn to a new home and school during the pandemic

When Brooklyn and NYC were closing down and in quarantine tough decisions for the family needed to be made. Beth and family uprooted and thought about what was best for their children.

Joe Bizzell and Kerry Altman

One Small Step partners Joe Bizzell (58) and Kerry Altman (71) share their views on political polarization and the lessons they learned from their parents.

Mary Ana’s childhood oceansideschool4

I ask my grandma about her childhood and life we did make some mistakes but we made some memories.


Interview with my dad reflecting on his greatest influences, professional and person life experiences and importance of changing and leaving a positive mark on the world.

Oral History Project Interview

Sandra talks about the immigration process and how her life changed when she arrived to the United States from Honduras.

Life in Two Countries

We talked about her childhood and how she felt moving to America. As well as her education, and having her children here.

Entrevista con mi papá

La historia de mi padre desde que el decidió venirse la primera ves de México ha los EE.UU. Su vida en EE.UU y en que trabaja, la traición de familia, y la adaptación para salir adelante. Al último habla sobre...

The 1980s Crack/Cocaine Epidemic in NYC

Looking at another lense of the crack/cocaine epidemic in NYC and how it has affected those.

Interview of my dad’s experiences as an immigrant and as a Guatemalan.

This interview focuses on my father's experiences as an illegal immigrant in the United States, and how his family was affected by the Civil War in Guatemala.