Thanksgiving Interview With Grandma Routh

This is an interview with Lula Mae Routh, my great grandmother. She is 94 years old and she has been both a dairy and produce farmer during her lifetime. Her interview describes Thanksgiving and agriculture during her life.

Joseph Cooper and The Wooden-esque approach to education

An interview with Mr. Cooper, teacher and coach, about the current state of education and his personal approach to teaching.

Interview with Mother

My mother’s political views over time and her hope for the country.

My mother’s migration story <3

I interview my mother on her journey to the United States, what she has learned, and why she decided to even come here.

More Than Just My Mom

I asked my mom to talk about the cultural obstacles and all the experiences and hardships she had to go through when she just moved to America.


We had to do a practice interview so here it is.

Interview with Mairead

Two friends, Mairead and Hannah, talk about a book they are writing together.

Thanksgiving oral history

My grandparents talk about their thanksgiving traditions and history both in their childhood and modern day.

Jane Clemmer shares about her childhood, love of her life, motherhood, and words of wisdom for future generations.

Jane Clemmer shares about being the only girl growing up, blind dates that turn into life long marriages, and the importance of family and friends. Stories about her children and grandchild are not only meaningful, but delightful.

Fran Syptak, aged 90, talks about her experiences with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Catawba Valley over the years.

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Catawba Valley began in 1962 as the Catawba Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. The group first met at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, NC. Now we meet in their own space that they build as a congregation...


My grandma talks about her experience in chapel hill and in getting her job as the President of the American Correctional Association.