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My grandmother and I talked about her experience during the UN vote on Israel, and what she was like as a teenager in NYC.
My dads’s interview of his memories. If he wishes to forget, or remember.
Growing up as an only child afforded Paulist Fr. Tom Holahan a huge imaginary world, where his creativity was nurtured. He loved the creative life and exploring the world so much that he couldn’t see himself taking on the responsibility...
My grandma was born in Kilgore Texas during the depression and has been settled in a West Texas town for 50 years maintaining our family ranch and our entire extended family, she is an amazing woman and I couldn’t wish...
We talked about our family’s past and heritage. We also talked about my mom and my childhoods.
Ella and her mentor/manager Nadia reflect on their experience at Hillary Clinton’s “victory party” at the Javits Center on election night 2016, and on what Clinton’s loss meant to them as women and coworkers.
Symphony Pomales (16yrs) interviews her grandma Shirley Lopez (55yrs) on November 15, 2017 in Valrico, Florida. Mrs. Lopez tells about her life growing up in the urban city of Bronx, New York. She also tells of her struggles being a...
My father shares his feelings about the first Black President given the long history of oppression within the United States against people of color, in particular Black people, how he was effected about the policies of the Obama administration and...
The mom’s is really important to Xingcen. He respect to his mom’s love and how he express his love to his mom without words.
Pre and post 9/11- changes and influence it has has on our culture
“It was very loud, greasy, noisy, and something you wanted to get away from” (0:17-0:27). On January 2nd, 2019 in Valley Village, California, Ari (15) and her grandfather, Artie Ripp, sat down to discuss his circumstances growing up and his...
1st interview with my mom to talk about her past and what she is grateful for.
Vera, an ESOL teacher, and Brooklynite reflects on being 3 years old and her father.
Part 2. A life of integrating the mind and the body. The importance of not giving up, but being realistic as you follow your dreams
I had a conversation with my mother and we talked about some part of her life. I told her what I think of her and how important she is in my life.
A walk down memory lane of friendship, work and play.
Looking at another lense of the crack/cocaine epidemic in NYC and how it has affected those.
Wall Street is the center of the global economy. To understand why Wall Street is more than just name of the street in Downtown Manhattan, a person who has spent more than 15 years working on Wall Street gives some...
How my great-grandma has affected my mom’s life, and experiences in my mom’s life.
In this interview I sat down to talk with my mother about her childhood and why she decided to come to the U.S for a better life. She spoke to me about some of her struggles growing up and how...