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I interviewed my grandfather about his experience and time during the John F Kennedy shooting.
In this interview we went through my grandmothers life and general advice she would give to the next generation.
My grandma talked about how the assassination of John F. Kennedy influenced her life.
Dallas journalist Linda Jones interviews Dallas journalist Norma Adams Wade: 2022-10-13 15:25:41
I asked my grandma about her childhood and she told me about her life as a military brat. She added many colorful and cute stories.
We talked about Mrs.Wilson’s childhood. Her favorite things, and her adult life as well.
Imani Lytle recalls family trips to South Dallas 2022-09-27 18:53:57
We talked about how my brother was and how he is the man he is today
Ethan (47) talks with his daughter, Mia (17) about his experience growing up around cross-dressing and drag in Texas during the 80's
We talked about Emma's childhood and some of her fond memories. I also asked her about her opinion of me
On November 22, 1963, JFK was shot and killed by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas, Texas. The world was in tears in reaction to his assasination, and the day is still remembered as a day of mourning for the death...
The origins of and advice given by Raymond Harris himself. This interview also covers his personal life and as well as his childhood memories of his relatives and others who inspired him.
I spoke with Mr. A on the legacy of the Martin High School Marching Band of the lates 1970s and early 1980s. The pride, rivalries, and traditions that were instilled through music to Martin High School, Laredo, South Texas, and...
I interviewed my grandmother Vicenta and asked her a few questions about how she grew up and her life experiences.
Brenda Barwick [no age given] and One Small Step partner Mimi Turner (36) discuss Oklahoma City changes and progress, influential people in their lives, and their political leanings.
We talked about how my Dad served in the military and his point of view about the military and serving in the Gulf war