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Irene Rodriguez Mendez recalls her family and baseball as a young child
Mexican-American family speaks on their experience with family separation and many of the struggles they’ve faced going through this.
Bridget Skaggs (33) is interviewed by friend and colleague George Cederquist (42) about how she became involved in the Chicago opera scene, the pandemic's effect in the arts, founding the Fourth Coast Ensemble, and how grassroots arts organizations are revitalizing...
In this interview, conducted on November 24th, 2018 in Rochester, New York, Aviva Berke (16) interviews her aunt Jennifer Dockstator (57) about their childhood in Rochester and moving to Canada when she grew up. Jennifer shares stories from her family...
In this recording, Daniel interviews James about his reading life and culture, how it has affected him thus far in his life, and his book recommendation.
My mom explains important life lessons she learned. She expresses what being a parent and a teacher mean to her.
In this interview I ask my mom who is a health care worker a few questions about Covid-19
A lung surgery survivor, the battle of fighting cigarettes, and the life of a women in the 1950s.
Mary S. Costigan (nee Ensenberger) age 91 speaks with two of her sons about stories from her youth in Bloomington, IL and her rich family life.
In this interview, student Kayla Byrne and her dad, Neurosurgeon and life long reader Richard Byrne talk about the book “The Blank Slate” by Steven Pinker as well as the importance of a life long love of reading.
My Grandma Pat is 81 at the time of this interview. Also heard in the interview is my mom. Grandma Pat tells her story of what she’s thankful for, how she wants to be remembered, and her story of motherhood....
This interview is generally about my father, Ronald St. Hill, talking about his life and also his views on life and what he has experienced and and his moments in life
Maria Martinez , a mother of 4 , married and happy. No obstical turned her down.
This interview talks about the roots that keep my dad, Heraclio Cruz, standing strong.