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- Waldorf School of New Orleans 5
- School 3
- Coastal Wetlands Planning Protection and Restoration Act 2
- CWPPRA 2
- Jesuit High School 2
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Interviewing my Mawmaw Gloria Boudreaux (age 75) my age-17. We spoke about her childhood, the schooling she went through and her experiences at school in contrast to present day schooling. We also spoke of family traditions such as Cookie Sunday...
Anda Grinbergs Howe left Latvia in 1944 and eventually went to the USA with the help of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services.
Discussion around Chef Monti Carlo’s work with Common Threads, Everything Food and Puerto Rico.
T’Bet’s childhood stories: in summary she says to learn as much as they can, to be on a quest for knowledge, and to respect nature. (The Interview was cut short by a phone call).
In summary to this interview, you never know what life will hand you. So be strong and have faith in the life that God has planned for you.
Lynda Law Wilson (age 71) interviewed her granddaughter, Helen Casiday (age 20) about important life lessons that Helen has learned, and also about her experience with the Coronavirus pandemic.
This interview is about how my father life went. Going from his childhood to his profession.
Barbara Carey recounts some memories of her long and fortunate life, from Ohio to New Hampshire, and several times around the world in between.
Best friends, Shadi Nadri (27) and Theo Morgan (22), share a conversation about mental health, body image, travel, hobbies, clothing, death, self-love, and friendship.
I loved hearing about his past and things I did not know about him before I interviewed him. He is my biggest role model so I love to listen to his stories.
One Small Step conversation partners and colleagues Yelando Johnson (53) and Huachuan Wen (44) discuss how their experiences as people of color have impacted their careers.
Steve Desroches (47) talks to his friend Jamie Casertano (49) about his work as a photographer in New York City and Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Cynthia Dean and Kendal McCoy are Case Managers at Operation New Hope and provide support and counseling to people affected by the criminal justice system with the goal of reconnecting them to the workforce, their families, and their communities. They...
One Small Step participants Lindsay Davis (26) and Kristy McShan (48) share about their careers, their faith journeys, and also talk about some of their family dynamics.
Trezell Ragas (22) interviews her family friend Tracy Riley (45) about Tracy's community involvement. Tracy recounts her career of serving in the military. She talks about her lifelong fight for economic justice for black people in Louisiana.
Frank Levy was a teacher, coach, and children's theater director. He began directing at age 10 and spent the next 60 years perfecting his Magnificent Theater.
Had a nice talk with my mother about her childhood, career, and family life.
Angelo Logan interviews Clarence Williams III, his inspiration and best friend. Clarence talks about the port of New Orleans, raising his son and his father's story.
Claire McCoy (58) sits down with her father, George Black (86), to ask him about his experiences as an actor and his career as a professor in the theater departments of various universities.
I, Chris Morel, (17) interview with my mother, Amy Morel, (51) about her life. She also talks about her childhood and being raised by a single mother for much of that time. She goes into her relationship with my father,...