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We talked about her family and what they’re like. We also discussed her pets and nicknames.
Hattie Soil ponders her faith and the Civil Rights movement from Mount Pleasant, Mississippi to Memphis, Tennessee; Chicago, Illinois to Las Vegas Nevada.
I asked my papo to interview with me and talk about his life. He talked about anything and everything.
My dad, Juan Partida, shares about his early childhood, favorite family traditions, and how he met my mom.
In this recording, sisters discuss the themes of Picoult’s novel, Small Great Things, and its relevance in contemporary society.
I interviewed my father on life during the Cold War in Yugoslavia. In addition, he explained his immigration journey to the United States.
We talked about Dick Yavenue’s experience in the Marine Corps in World War II and how it has affected his life.
Interviewing my Grandma and asking her questions about her life.
My mom and I discussed questions and themes of Lilac Girls.
I ask My grandpa questions to know more about who he is and how he got to where he is today. Learning life lessons, and things that should be passed down through generations.
Ariyah Smith [no age given] and her friend, Aaron Atkins (32), talk about family, friends, race, growing up in Alton, IL, and how the COVID-19 Pandemic has affected their lives.
Sam Berggren interviewed her grandpa, Duane Percival (78), about his relationship with music growing up and his time in the Navy.
In this recording students Andrew Doromal and Morgan McLaughlin discuss the Kite Runner, and why it was such a good book.
In this recording, my mom and I discuss the plot, symbolism, and main ideas of “Waiting for Godot”
Olivia Barreca interviews Sandra Barreca about her childhood.
Long time Evergreen Park librarian (40 years) talks about growing up in the area, helping students and the changes she's seen in the library.
In this recording Annie Huetteman interviews her father, Mark Huetteman, about how literature has played a role in his life. He recommends to her a literary merit to complete her high school education.
Mary Therese Wasser was interviewed by Joan Wasser O'Malley
Wayne Hastings talked about his time as a part-time village employee and various other jobs he has had.
In this recording mother and daughter discuss the main issues of little women, and how our generation understands those lessons differently.