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Interview of my step-father’s aunt hazel at cook forest Pennsylvania
An interview with my father about his experiences as a parent and how they can pertain to their child's future.
This is my practice interview for Composition and Rhetoric, The Great Thanksgiving Listen, and I will be interviewing my grandpa.
Ida Charmaine Wilkerson-Morton (64) talks with her son L. Kobie Wilkerson (40) about her life and how she'd like to be remembered. They discuss education, spirituality and values that are important to them.
I interviewed my grandma, age 69, for the Great Thanksgiving Listen. She talked about her family, like stories about her mom and brothers. She detailed her battle with cancer, as well as a few other old stories. She shared some...
I talked about being grateful, as well as my mother’s life in this interview with my mom.
In this interview, Janet and I talk about her past experiences with climate change and how her past experiences have shaped how she is preparing for the climate emergency. We discuss what measures she has taken in the past, what...
This is an interview with my 76-year-old grandmother on Thanksgiving, 2017
As part of our family podcast series, we are using StoryCorps to create conversation. Today, I ask JP some questions about his fondest memories and proudest moments in life so far. We also reflect on Thanksgiving and what we look...
Martha tells us of her time at University of Wisconsin post World War Two era and a bit about her work in Chicago and Cleveland and meeting her husband to be on the golf course
Randy served in the Navy as an IT specialist for 22 years and, for a 2 year period, was the only person in the entire Navy able to troubleshoot and resolve issues with aviation maintenance software. Ironically, his skills in...
In this interview, conducted in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Myah White(17), and Cara Frazier(somewhere in her 40's)interview Taryn Remark(6). Taryn Remark talks about her interesting and innocent 6-year-old outlook on life.
My grandparents and I discussed their career in education. They went in detail on organizations and unions they participated in and how technology changed throughout the course of their careers.
Colleen Bennett shares a few of her favorite memories from marching in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
A conversation with my aunt about her life and the things she went through. From her biggest dreams that could’ve been accomplished to her constant jobs she had when she was younger while being a single mother. The importance of...
A retrospective on life in Kalida, Ohio in the late 20th century by five Putnam county-born individuals. Three have left, two have stayed, and all have been shaped by their experiences in the small German Catholic village of a thousand.
The ten of us talked about how we hope to be remembered. Some were more vocal than others, including the French bull dog bean snoring in the background.