Interview with Jake Moser

I did this interview with my boyfriend, Jake Moser. We chatted about things like ambitions, school, memories, and other random things.

Middle School in the 90s

Otis Johnson (Age 11), a current 7th grader, asks his father Jeremy Johnson (Age 41) what middle school was like for him. Witness the challenges and the fun of what middle school was like in the 90s.

Andrew and his Nana talk about her childhood.

Andrew Erion interviews his nana to participate in the Great Thanksgiving Listen. They talk about JFK's assassination, growing up in the past, the rewards of hard work, and Grandpa's letter writing with his 4 girlfriends. But in the end, humans...

A Good Life Together

Interview with Fran and Jeff Tarvin to capture 45 years of memories together.

Interview With My Dad

I focused the interview around my dad’s childhood and his career because those were the two things most mysterious to me. My dad always worked with small classified matters so I never knew what was going on in his life....

FYS interview about the theme of Legacy with Hans Klose by Simeon Kreitman

I interviewed Hans Klosefor my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno's book "Ask...

“I was drafted into the US army at age 20”

“My tank was severely broken and instead of giving up, I became the cooking sergeant.” On January 6th, 2020 in Los Angeles, California, Caroline Rehder sat down with her grandfather, Greg Palmer, to hear his experiences from being drafted into...

Motherhood

I talk to mother about her life growing up and becoming a mother and the experiences she has learned from it.

Growing up in the South: Interview with Joanne Taylor (King) part 1

Joanne talks about growing up in the King family near Danville, KY in the 1940s and 50s. She covers sharecropping, tobacco farming, farm life, valuable lessons, hard work, and good and bad times in the process.

What can you tell me about segregation in Kentucky and California?

I interviewed my father Robert L. Patterson a little over one year before he passed away from cancer in his home in South Carolina. This segment is about his experience over a four year time with segregation in Kentucky and...

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Paula Siegel and Terry Hutchison

One Small Step partners Paula Siegel (69) and Terry Hutchison (82) share a conversation about their families, the most influential people in their lives, their work, and their hopes and concerns for the future.

Sierra barkers interview with her mom,Angie McKinney.

My mom and I talked mostly about her childhood, and how it was like to live old fashion.