Peace Corps Jamaica: David
April 21, 2018 App Interview

Peace Corps Jamaica. April 2018. David served as a Peace Corps Volunteer for 3 years.

Roesha: Student Of Life, Teacher of Many

A New York City college student and peer mentor acknowledges those who have taught her important life lessons that she shares with others.

A Life of Love & Service w/ Oren Cousins

A niece speaks with her uncle, who serves as the historian of the family, as well as being an artist, a writer, and a lifelong educator to all who he comes across.

Pauline Thompson and Tamar Brown

Tamar Brown (31) interviews her mother Pauline Thompson (66) about Pauline's life, including her experiences as an illegal immigrant in Canada, her life when she returned to Jamaica, and how she started her own sewing business that she and Tamar...

Vito Palmietto and Vito G Palmietto

Vito G Palmietto (30) interviews his father, Vito Palmietto (61), about his career in the food service industry. They discuss Vito's experiences acting as an Executive Chef and as a Food and Beverage Director, as well as what it was...

Identity + Music Interview w/ Jacob and Sam

Identity + Music Interview w/ Jacob and Sam The impact of Bob Marley and Reggae Music

Thanksgiving interviews

This interview is about my mom life and stuff she did wanted do and experiences she’s had

Storytelling Interview

Interviewer: Lucan Foster, Age: 16, Cousin Interviewed: Dillon Lawson, Age: 15, Cousin Summary: The Life of Dillon

In Your Own Words with Kyle Dudley

Originally a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College's Davis Family Library initiated a series of oral interviews, "In Your Own Words." In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace their...

Phyllis Morgan and Sonji Nicholas

Sonji Nicholas (58) speaks with her great aunt Phyllis Morgan (92) about Phyllis' childhood in Jamaica, her immigration to Canada, and life lessons she would like to pass on.

My Mom

A conversation between me and my mother

Sundra Flansburg and Robin Bumbera

One Small Step partners, Sundra Flansburg (63) and Robin Bumbera (60), share about their experience as mothers, what they find important, and how visiting Central American and Caribbean countries have shaped their views about politics and poverty.

Mel Valentine, Melissa Valentine, and Melaina Valentine

Mel Valentine (63) shares his experiences as a second-generation American, a Vietnam War veteran, and a retiree with his daughters, Melissa Valentine (33) and Melaina Valentine (27). Note: This recording contains mentions of murder.

Mushca aka Da Jamaican killer
November 29, 2022 App Interview

Mushca aka Maschell Hamilton aka Da Jamaican Killer, gives his life story as an immigrant in this personal recording between loving family members.

Fiona Vernal and Isalena Gilzene

Friends, Fiona Vernal (47) and Isalena Gilzene (45), have a conversation about growing up in Jamaica, immigrating to the United States, motherhood, and education.

Sarah Mathes and her aunt Mary Foelster talk about growing up in Maryland and her careers along the way.

In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2017 in Annapolis, Maryland, Sarah interviews her aunt Mary Foelster about life growing up in Maryland and her career path along the way. Mary talks about life growing up for her as the...

Interview Shanique

Shanique Masters, the participant, is 24 and a student enrolled in the graduate program on campus. She is a peer in Methodology course. The interview discussed upbringing and family life.

Najah Abdul-Qawiyy and Asmaa Elamrousy

Najah Abdul-Qawiyy (21) talks with Asmaa Elamrousy (23) about her upbringing on Staten Island, her values and identity as a Black Muslim woman, her relationships with her family and her mother's leadership in the community, and her aspirations to be...