Bear Dan McKinney shares stories of life in the West, his move to Montana, and fly fishing.

Bear Dan McKinney discusses the experiences of his New Mexican childhood and his eventual move to Montana. He credits his father with his formula for a happy life.

Shi'nali' and Life Experiences on Reservation

My Grandmother had grown up during a period of Navajo re-education during the 40s'- and 50's-. She had gotten herself off the Reservation and was able to get a Highschool and College level education. She found herself raising a family...

Destiny and her mom

I just interviewed my mom because I really love her

Matthew Wappett and Lianne Wappett

Spouses Matthew Wappett (50) and Lianne Wappett (50) share a conversation about how they met, their love of the outdoors, and their favorite travel adventures.

Raymond Stattel and Theresa Stattel

Theresa Stattel (53) interviews her father, Raymond Stattel (93), about his time in the Air Force and his experience witnessing test blasts for the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project.

Healthy Habits

Talking about healthy habits we currently have and ones we can in relation to art.

Stephine Poston and Shayai Lucero

Stephine "Steph" Poston (55) speaks to fellow entrepreneur and friend Shayai Lucero (48) about the impact of the Native Women Lead organization on their entrepreneurial journeys as Native women business owners.

Mark and Korbyn Thanksgiving

Korbyn Pullen interviews his grandfather, Mark Gormley, on November 21st 2017. His grandfather shares stories of his ancestors and life as a child.

Genevieve Mitchell and James Chavez

Siblings Genevieve Chavez Mitchell (66) and James "Jim" Martin Chavez (64) come together to share memories of their grandparents on the Chavez and Tafoya sides of their family, as well as memories they have from growing up.


I intervied my bestfriend while in the SLI.

Leonila Serna and Juanita Lavadie

Juanita Lavadie (74) interviews her friend Leonila Serna (82) about her childhood and her career as a teacher and superintendent.

Interview with Perri Beth Druen

In this interview with 53 year old Perri Beth Druen her 14 year old daughter, Caroline, asks questions about work, love, and even a nickname related to a president!

Lynne Robinson and Genevieve Oswald

Lynne Robinson (69) and her daughter Genevieve Oswald (41) reflect on their relationship to Taos, New Mexico, the Harwood, and Taos Pueblo.

Steven’s interview

Steven talks about his childhood, experiences as an adolescent, and things to inspire the youth. Laugh along with Steven and Savannah as they talk about Steven’s life.

we are related to Benjamin Franklin

I interviewed my grandma Diana Buuck and I learned, that me and my grandma are distantly related to Benjamin Franklin. I learned that both sides of her family has relitives that fought in the revolutionary war.

Family Comes First

This is an interview with my Grandma Esther, who is my only grandparent left, on April 23 2018. We recorded in Yorba Linda, California when I am at the age of 20. My Grandfather took his own life when my...

International Rattlesnake Museum's Mission to Save the Snakes

Graduate Student Chris Cutter interviews Bob Meyers, Curator of the International Rattlesnake Museum, about their role in saving snakes and their mission to educate the public about the ecological importance of snakes.

Ennio Garcia-Miera and Naomi Love

Naomi Love (27) interviews Ennio Garcia-Miera [no age given] about his identity and experience as a Latino, his New Mexican roots, and his 1519 project, which reflects on when Hernán Cortés came to North America.

Cynthia Gomez and Amanda Gonzales

Cousins Cynthia Gomez (68) and Amanda Gonzalez (42) talk about their grandmother Rosa Maria Chavez, their identities, and how they are finding healing through uncovering their family history.

Lori Kearney dual credit interview

Lori Kearney has been an educator for 20+ years. In this interview she talks about the way of living in her childhood and discussed problems in today’s political system and educational system.

Connie Long, Tim Long, and Claire Coté

Claire Coté (41) interviews her parents Connie Long (72) and Tim Long (71) about the life they have built together in Northern New Mexico.