Fear Can Be A Good Thing

Overcoming a fear can be difficult, but facing fear to overcome it is an audacious way to tackle it. In an interview conducted by Jeremy Frank in Los Angeles, in November 2017, Darryl Frank talks about how he overcame his...

The American Struggle for Civil Rights: Then and Now

I interviewed my dad (76) about his experience during the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.

A Chat With Grandma

Learning the life of Linda Fengler. Listening about her wonderful life from the start of her childhood, where she lived, her favorite memories, teen life, work life, and her life now.

Chaiken Thanksgiving

Today we taled about some of the more important meanings in life, and to appreciate the little things in life.

Kaitlyn Kelley’s Cheerleading Interview

Erin Kelley interviewed her cousin Kaitlyn Kelley about her experiences being a high school and a college cheerleader. Kaitlyn talks about her experience being a captain her senior year of high school and how that inspired her to want to...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Donna

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells - Women's March on D.C. Interviews for Women's Reproductive Rights. Donna, from Sarasota, FL speaks about her feelings about women's rights and tells us why she marched in the Women's March on D.C.

Kirstie Kwarteng and Nana Aba Naaman

Kirstie Kwarteng (28) interviews Nana Aba Bentsi-Enchill (64) about her decision to immigrate from Ghana to the United States. Nana Aba talks about how her father's death impacted her. She also reflects on her own colorblindness and the experience of...

Lily Bass discusses with her grandmother, Marry Potter stories about her childhood and life.

In this interview, conducted on the 27th of November in 2017 Lily Bass interviews her Grandmother Marry Potter. Ms. Potter shares story's of world travels, her love for horse back riding, and a funny story from her teenage years

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Marlene, Deb, and Anne

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells Women s March on D.C. Interviews for Women s Rights. Part II of 4 friends some new, some old friends, unite and discuss why we march over dinner the night before the Women's...

This interview is with my Maw-Maw who tells me more about her past life and growing up.

Today my grandma and I talked about her life and what she experienced as a child growing up and I found out more about what her parents and siblings were like. She also mentioned that the hardest part of her...

Great Thanksgiving Listen

This interview is a conversation about my grandmother’s childhood life in the Philippines, journey to the US, and her life since then.

“I was looking for…adventure…”

Service is always at the core of Father Stuart Wilson-Smith's adventures and musical pursuits. He says that from the time he was young, he wanted his life to be focused on helping others. It was later that he decided that...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Nora

Philadelphia Trump Protest during Congressional Retreat Interviews for Women's Reproductive Rights. My friend, Nora McMahon, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer & was able to afford treatment because of the ACA. Nora tells us why she marches. For Nora, the repeal...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – April, Amy, and Kelly

Women's March on D.C. Interviews for Women's Reproductive Rights. April Hartley, Amy Losoya, and Kelly Lessem tell us why they marched in the Women's March on D.C.. April, Amy, and Kelly speak of their feelings about women's rights and tells...

Elizabeth McCormick on The assassination of John F. Kennedy
November 1, 2018 App Interview

Elizabeth McCormick’s story on the traumatic assassination of John F. Kennedy and how it affected her life.

Ann O’Keefe graduated from college in the 1950s and went on to get her PhD. Wow! I wanted to find out more.

My sister-in-law Ann O'Keefe is now retired from a mostly D.C.-based career, primarily with federal agencies and the Pentagon, where she was involved with the beginnings of Head Start as well as with the start of the Dept of the...

“It was as if I never heard that before…”

Father Steve Petroff is a kind of survivor on the spiritual journey--a model for anyone who believes that if you work hard and stay close to God, doors that appeared closed will open. Just before his ordination as a Paulist...

The Riots 1968

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