Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
One in three women have experienced domestic violence worldwide; most of this violence is intimate partner violence. Eighteen percent of all relationships are interracial or multicultural. This project focuses solely on my mother's experience and telling her story of survival....
Julie "Nikki" Castillo (30) and her husband, Henry Castillo (27), talk about how they met, married, and started a family.
Brothers Tom Keegan (74) and John Keegan (76) talk about John's experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in Panama in the 1960's and Tom's experiences in college.
Ngoc Nguyen (46) talks with her instructor, Christopher Myers (38), about her childhood in Vietnam, his experiences in Panama as a small child, and how much Ngoc appreciates Christopher's help on her journey to getting her GED.
The 8th grade class of Crossroads Christian Academy asked Mr. Ryan questions about his life
This is an interview for The Great Thanksgiving Listen 2018. Myself, Alia Yannone, interview my grandmother, Judy Smith in Brigantine, New Jersey on November 22, 2018. We discuss how my grandma grew up and what she has experienced over her...
Dorothy Jane McCauley (93) talks to her daughter Sheila Marshall (59) about living in the Panama Canal Zone.
One Small Step partners Linda Lewis (62) and Janes Vines (32) discuss their political beliefs, experiences with military PTSD, and media literacy.
David Brubaker (76) speaks with his son, Brian Brubaker (52), about his time serving in the military and his experience in the War in Vietnam. David also speaks about his own father's history.
One Small Step partners Susan Shearouse (74) and Amy "Lisa" Williams (47) discuss the origins of their political beliefs, their differing views on abortion, and their hopes and fears for our country.
My grandfather was born in Brasil to Methodist missionaries. We spoke about his childhood and how he met my grandmother and moved to Panama.
Chad Walker (51) speaks with his wife, Jennifer Walker (55), about his service in the military and his deployments abroad.
In the interview we briefly about spoke about her experiences growing up in Panama, as well as she told me about her family members and heritage.
Sisters Dorna Innis (78) and Laura James (75) talk about their upbringing in Panama, their careers, and family.
My grandfather and I sit down and talk about his life— time in the navy, my now deceased grandmother, and my fathers upbringing.
Friends Daisy Lynton (71) and Deidad “Enid” Vega (57) share a conversation about Daisy’s life growing up in Panama, how she came to the US, her work as a nurse, and her time living in Germany, El Paso, and Georgia,...
Paul Richards (74) sits down with his daughter Neferteri Strickland (44) to discuss his 30 years in the military. The two speak about Paul's childhood in Panama, his early career achievements, and his hopes for the future.
Friends Shirley Martinez (63) and Anabela Crooks (70) discuss Shirley’s time in the military, the African diaspora, and self-acceptance.
Mary Alice Carmichael reveals insight to her life during WWII, her marriage, and her advice for a good life.