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- English 5
Ian Emery: 2020-11-21 21:35:52
A blast from the past helps us recollect and embrace our culture to carry it into our social conversations. Questioning our grandmother Jearlene Williams enlightened our perspective on our legacy and ultimately our perseverance. To have insight into our upbringing...
Julie Peck and Barbara Manger primarily discussed her life as a 27-year-old white professor at an all-black college in Fayetteville, NC, the challenges of communication with rural, undereducated black kids, the discrimination against her for her role.
This was an interview with my dad about his work life, his family life, and lessons he has learned.
Talked about his upbringing and how he was influenced by family members. Talked about how his life turned out and advice for future family members.
In this interview I learned more about what my Mom’s life was like from the time she was a child up until getting married and having children.
Billy Pace talks with Allie Ruhlander about his experience becoming a father.
Mark Clark talks with Allie Ruhlander about his experience becoming a father.
Interview about her experience being a young, black, female University of Arkansas student from the Delta.
Shelby and I talked about Our friendship and how we have grown up together and how it is to find us as the person we are today.
David (on the right) talked about his journey and experience in ministry.
I interviewed one of my best friends that I met last year. We know about each other well but haven’t touched on some of the topics spoken about so this interview was a success.
Isaak and Mary, brother and sister, share a laugh or two in their interview, wherein their satire is actually so bad that it surprisingly takes on a meaning of its own.
Brothers Luke (37) and Ben Drain (44) remember their school's curriculum to teach fiscal responsibility.
As the interviewer I tried to structure the interview in the order of past, present future. So from her childhood, to her relationship with my father, to having me as a child, and finally to her future
ESL language teacher Jeff Arrigo interviews the academic director at the school were they both work.
Julie Peck 72 and Bill Lynch 75 discussed the development of Bill's social justice philosophy from a Quaker high school, through law school at U of Chicago, becoming a conscientious objector after ROTC, teaching in a changing school system.