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My mother talks about her childhood growing up in Kenya.
This Interview Is about One of my Treasured Objects that was given to me by my Dad.
Zahra Ndirangu interviews her father, published author Ndirangu Githaiga, on his book that tells of the Kenyan experience. They delve into talks of race, literature, and representation.
Michael Hamilton (82) talks with his son, Philip Hamilton (42). They talk about Michael's first and second marriages, their shared love of nature and birds, Philip's coming out, and the ways they have grown.
Carrie interviews her sister, Cindy, about her decision to pursue medicine and her experiences as a healthcare worker for a month in Kenya. Cindy also details her thoughts on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our healthcare system.
This is a school Project that we are supposed to interview our parents, about the Great Recession of 2008
In this interview, my aunt talks about what she’s grateful for, happiest memory in her life and many more.
Abby Spitler interviews her classmate Lucy Kimani about her move from Kenya to the United States almost 5 years ago.
Sabina talks about gender equality and social inclusion in coastal Kenya with a focus on her previous experiences and how it shaped her passion for women's and girls' empowerment.
Interview with Opus Laureate Sister Marilyn Lacey on life, work and Mercy Beyond borders
In this interview conducted on November 26th, 2018, Amya (21) interviews her friend Winnie (21) about her experiences as a first-generation immigrant and college student. Winnie shares what it was like to grow up experiencing two different cultures simultaneously (Kenyan...
In this interview, we talked about early childhood memories, what school life was like, and how it was transitioning from life in her village to life in highschool.
Stella Okech (22) speaks with her conversation partner Salome Mwangi (50) about her childhood memories, her activism in the refugee community and the many ways she and Salome are tied together.
Friends Salome Mwangi (50) and Carolyn Casey (55) talk about lessons learned from their mothers, being mothers themselves, and how privilege, both nonwhite and white, has affected them respectively in complex, nuanced, varied ways throughout their individual lives.
Walter Sangree (90) talks with his daughter Cora Sangree (54) and granddaughter Lissa Sangree-Calabrese (16) about his upbringing and unusual family structure, his work as an anthropologist in Africa, and what he has learned in his 90 years of life.
My mother & I discuss her childhood in Zanzibar, Tanzania, and Kenya. We also talk about her transition to life in America and high school.
Véronique (41) and Mark (36) talk about being humanitarian aid delegates for ICRC and the American Red Cross respectively and tell stories that have touched them when working in the field.
Alan interviews his dad Keith Donaldson about life from birth to marriage
We talked about personal life and conflicts. We also talked about advice for others and things we have learned
On Margenne Drain's 95th birthday, Ben and Susan sit down to talk with Margenne about her life. Due to maximum interview lengths, the interview is in six parts. This is clip 1 of 6.
Deborah jones talks about helping people around the world tell stories to resolve conflicts.