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Conversation with my dad on January 4, 2018. Discussed his 69 years of life.
My aunt Janeth Lopez shares her memory of the events of 9/11.
First day back in school, specifically college. Nerve racking on the first day but towards the end of the day and onward she was very much more relaxed with where was was in. She hopes to graduate on time in...
Growing up in NYC has had a big influence on my mother. Her experiences have made her who she is, and shaped her perspective on life. This has made up my childhood, and will continue to effect and influence who...
Samantha speaks about the mental health challenges that climate change places on young people who are expected to fix the problem that previous generations created.
Maggie and Erin Salko talk about what it was like growing up as twins. They share their hopes for one another and their plans for the future.
A recount of my Mom’s perspective on the attacks on the Twin Towers on September 11th, 2001
A father, a husband and a son talks about his childhood, his family and traditions that have shaped him into the man he is today. Mustansar Nasir talks about his experiences and memories combined into adversities that he has encountered...
A reflection of 9/11 as a flight attendant
Henri Serverius (18) talks with his father Philippe Serverius (50) about his childhood growing up in Belgium, the implications of the roots of his African mother, his decision to leave Europe behind and move to NYC, and the first hand...
During my interview we talked about a lot of things including his childhood, school, his wife, his parents and etc. He told me a lot of things that I didn’t know about him and it was very interesting.
An interview about my father's grandparents, who were Communists in Odessa and came to the US to help found the American Communist Party.
West African oral tradition often used proverbs to teach people different lessons. “Proverbs use images from everyday life to express ideas or give advice and reveal a great deal about the wisdom and values of West Africans.” Here is a...
Sahil Siddiqi: 2020-12-19 18:32:45 Sahil Siddiqi (14) with his friend Benjamin Sigall-Gaynor (14) discuss the year 2020 and how it has affected them
Estelle "Nicki" Tanner [no age given] interviews friend and colleague Burton Lehman (81) about his experiences and relationship to Hebrew Union College (HUC) and Central Synagogue.
life review: childhood, young adulthood, loss of hearing, marriage & raising children
Mia Quezada (14) talks with her mom, Guadalupe Elizalde (45), about them living in Mexico and the way she felt before and after the event. Mia asks about family life, childhood life, and life away from Mexico; where Guadalupe found...
A grandson interviews his two loving grandparents about everything from growing up in New York in the 1940s to Jewish cuisine and everything in between.
"Nobody wanted to work with me." In 1991, Monica Harwell became the first woman to climb electric utility poles for ConEdison in New York. As a line constructor, her job was to install power lines dozens of feet in the...
Danny shared his life story as a gay and politically active man.
One Small Step partners Mary Braasch (31) and Michele Spivey (59) discuss their upbringing, their relationship to their partners, and their hopes for the future of the United States.
An interview with NYC resident Edith Green at age 94.