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Ma-Ma shared how her life was during the 50’s and 60’s. She asked shared the views of the Catholic Church on schooling, sex, and dances.
A summary of this interview is that college isn’t for everyone you can go make a living and become an entrepreneur and many more occupations if you have the right mindset without a college degree. Although you shouldn’t have any...
Questions ranging from growing up, family heritage, civil engagement, and future prospects.
I interviewed my neighbor (age 64) who shared some of his experiences about his life including time in the Peace Corps.
My dad describes many jokes and stories shared by my family
I ask my grandfather about his childhood to see differences in parenting over generations. My grandfather talks about his parents’ rules, religion, and their values in always telling the truth.
My dad and I talk about his childhood and him growing up in a split household.
I interviewed my mother to gain insight on my late grandparents. I’ve always felt this distinct connection with them even though I do not remember specific encounters with them.
Today I had an interview with one of my favorite teachers, who is Mrs. Walthall at Saa Sds. I asked her questions like what she is most proud of and what troubles she has faced. I found the interview to...
Dick & Joyce Johnson have been married for 70 years – since Oct. 8, 1947. This is a conversation covering 1961-2017.
We discussed his relatives, his childhood, my mother’s childhood, and how he wants to be remembered.
In this interview, conducted December 7, 2017 in Memphis, Tennessee, Isabella Brewer (15) interviews her grandmother Charlotte Brewer (63) about her life in multiple small towns in Arkansas in the Southern United States. Ms. Brewer describes her experience in school...
I interviewed my mom to learn more about her, since this isn’t a normal conversation between us it feels a bit awkward for the both of us
In this interview, conducted in December 2019 in Memphis, Tennessee, I interviewed my grandmother Ann Farris, whom I call Yia Yia. We discussed growing up in Memphis, Tennessee and coming from a very Greek family. I learned more about my...
What my grandmother did during in school. What sports my grandmother did for sports. What my grandmother did for fun with her friends. And what my grandmother’s family was like.
A conversation with my mom about her childhood and her children.
Ms. Charlie Nelson, the director of Special Events at MIFA, talks about how her life and how changes in the African American have impacted her.
My grandmother answers questions about growing up and how society has changed.