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During this interview, I was able to feel a reconnection with my mom. We were able to express ourselves to each other and tell how we feel.
Mrs. Patricia Britz discusses her life experiences and explains how learning to forgive others has contributed to her improved life.
I interviewed my uncle Johnnie on Sunday, November 18th 2018. I asked him about his growing up and his adulthood.
In this interview Makada talks about an experience she encountered with the application process and her time spent during her time at the Governors School of the Arts. She recalls how was it like as a student who intertwined from...
Tough lance corporal with determination as his fuel. Was always an supplier.
I interviewed Albert Rice to talk about one of his life changing moments.We talked about how it changed him and how it benefited his everyday life, etc.
We talked about samerrah personal n professional achievements, a family relative that has passed that she dearly missed,and a time in her life that really was hard for her
On a Febuary 3, 2018. I, Kendall Mullen, interviewed Kent Mullen, my father, about his time in the army. I learned some important lessons on how the navy shaped my father into the kind loving, and responsible person he is...
She talked about the influence her grandmother had on her and how important she was to her.
This interview is a conversation bewteen me and my dad that talks about many different topics that involve in and it is very informative
In 1958 the Governor of Virginia closed all of the white public schools rather than integrate. In that same year my mother, Barbara Burwell, attended Norfolk Catholic High School who had already integrated. This is the story of her experience.
My dad, Charles E. Johnson Jr., talked with me about him life growing up in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. We discuss racism, segregation, life lessons, and family. We end on talking about the funny story of my birth.
In this interview, conducted on November 28th, 2017 in Norfolk Collegiate School, Virginia, Claire Fornsel (almost sixty) tells her student Emma Lu (17) what was her childhood like and how she decided to be a teacher. Ms. Fornsel is known...
My mom talked to me about her career, her life when she was a teenager, and important people in her life.
My father and I discussed the people and ideas that he has found to be highly influential in his life, as well as his views on the importance of happiness and the best ways to go about living.
I learned reasons about why my father had joined into the military and heard a story about where he was when the attack on 9/11 happened.
My best friend, Jalisa, and I talked about how the pandemic has been affecting our daily lives and the possibilities of the future.
My Dad discusses Nascar driver, and local legend, Joe Weatherly.