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My grandfather had the experience to have Africans stay with him and learn about financing farming.
Grandmom’s family came from Hungary through Ellis Island. Her father passed when she was 4, so her mother worked hard to raise 3 girls in a time period where this was not normal. Charlotte grew up and married and had...
Barbara Kujanpa Saniie (70) tells her son Matthew Saniie (31) the story of her ancestors in the United States starting with her great great grandfather who came from Germany in the 1800s up until meeting Matthew's father in Florida.
Diane Salmonsen grew up in Pennsylvania and is fun and free spirited. Halloween is her favorite holiday and had many family jolkes. Being a military wife was hard during the Vietnam war
I (Kira Leavitt) talked to Marcia Via my grandma about our family and her childhood. I also asked her about advice for the future.
Hi! I’m Mekdes Alemayehu, a junior at Forest Park HS in Woodbridge, VA who will be interviewing my AP Lang teacher, Kerry Haddad, for my U.S. History project.
The man I interviewed, Jim, had a very interesting life story. He talked about what was most important to him throughout his life, and how his love for the lord inspired him to continue doing what he loved.
My mom's life story, growing up and being a business owner.
I interviewed my aunt Aziza Khalil in the house she grew up in and we talked about her childhood and how growing up in new places can be scary sometimes.
Friends and colleagues Ole Hongvanthong (39) and Susan "Sue" Bleil (73) discuss being small business owners in Lancaster county and the importance of community connection.
Friends Marcus McDuffie (37), Jeff Vigil (47), and Naomi Love (27) discuss Jeff's career as a Brazilian jiu-jitsu instructor, the mentors he has had in his industry, and the life lessons jiu-jitsu has taught him.
Friends Susan Daniel Mathuram (18) and Kiyanna Edwards-Polk (18) discuss dead roots, overcoming trauma, independence, and what they hope to accomplish in the future. The two also discuss leadership and the changes they hope to see in the future.
During this interview, I learned a lot about my family, and my mom and I took a trip down memory lane. :)
Jackie Tyson (40) interviews her father Ed Horlbeck (75) about his career in commercial illustration.
Jill Helwig was interviewed to talk about some of the biggest events of the 1980’s.
On February 5, 2018, Nathaniel and Mary sat down to talk about Mary's life, and the background of her family.
One Small Step conversation partners Donna Runnels (71) and Jodi Edwards (63) talk about law enforcement and working in prisons, family dynamics and growing up, and the people or events that shaped their beliefs.
Part owner of Sawtown Tavern, Troy Everwine, speaks candidly about the arts, vegan diets, Ida Dunnum, the LGBTQ community and the progression of the Tacony community in Philadelphia. We talk about Troy's performances on stage in Center City, the proudest...
I talked to a pilot and a passenger at the time of 9/11
Morgan Robinson shares fond memories of visiting her grandparents every weekend on Tulip St. right at the base of the Tacony-Palmyra bridge. When her parents moved from Tacony they did not move far; never farther than 10-15 minutes away. Morgan...