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- Providence 4
- Community Voices of Lake Geneva 3
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 3
- 2023 Mobile Tour 2
- Logan, UT 2
- Voices of Freedom 1
- Providence Hospice Portland 1
Blue House Period 4 History Makers of LIS spoke with reporter, Megan Tagami of Civil Beat about going back to school after the Mauil wildfires of August 2023 and using our voices to spread information and create change.
Veronica Furukawa (39) interviews her Uncle in law Stanley Furukawa (90) about the start of WWII. He was one of 8 children of Japanese immigrants who came over to work the sugar plantations. He spoke about the attack on Pearl...
we talked about his future and his goals of how he will get his money. Then what he is gonna do with his money.
Moms infertility and how it lead to adoption and being a new parent
One Small Step partners Deborah "Debbie" DiazGranados (48) and Blair Grossman (59) discuss religion, community, and their lived experiences of exclusion.
My grandfather talks about his life in the Navy, what it was like as a child, and what his life was like after his service.
Brady Sih (52) talks with his mom, Gerimae Sih (77), about her childhood and her parents family and siblings growing up as first generation families in America: 2022-10-29 16:24:10
Bob Resnick (87) talked with his daughter-in-law Audrey Resnick (61) about his childhood memories in Los Angeles, his courtship and marriage to Renee, and his experiences in the Navy Reserve, stationed in Hawaii (while Hawaii was still a territory).
Theresa Taken (72) talks with her daughter Emily Taken-Vertz (28) about growing up in rural Iowa, being adventurous, going to college, traveling the world, and becoming a lawyer after being a social worker in the South Bronx.
Donald Folsom is a Marine Corps veteran of WWII who shares his experiences and how the war has impacted him and our country. He has had some difficult and hard times, but no matter what he loves our country.
In this interview conducted in Andover, MN, Ben Bloom (14)interviews his grandmother, carole (71) about how she greww up all over the United States. Carole lived in WA, TX, and other states, her favorite state is hawaii. She has held...
She told me about her memories, and there was some good I didn’t know.
Marian Atkins (65) shares what she knows about her mother's life story with her daughter, Veronica Seymour (35). They discuss how she survived World War II as a child in Japan, what it was like for her to immigrate first...
1937-1939 Memoir of Bill Coleman. Brat. Hawaii 1937-39 A young boy's perspective.
I, Violetta Fajardo, asked my grandma some questions about her life and what she has to say
Sam and I talked about what life was like on the plantation, his experiences in the Korean war, and advice for teenagers all with the background of Volcano farmers market.
While attending the University of Hawaii, Bobby was not very interested in school, and frequently missed class to go surfing. One day when he did go to class, he heard his teacher tell the class that their paper on euthanasia...
I interviewed my daughter at the end of her 2nd grade year and at the end of my 12-year tenure at a local public high school.
I interviewed my dad, Saumen Dey. He is 48 years old, and the interview was about his personal life.
Makana Dudoit (18) talks to her sister Mia Ayau-paulos (14) about her experience volunteering at a local community center during the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa. They discuss the impact of the fires on their community.