“I don’t feel a sense of pride for America.”

Recorded on Saturday, June 17, 2017. Visual artist, Beau McCall and interdisciplinary artist, Autumn Kioti discuss growing up in America, the PussyHat Project, politics, and racism. About "The Conversation" Who gets to have a seat at the table in America?...

Interview about Maria’s life

Maria talking about her passions, goals and experiences

Lessons Learned
December 2, 2018 App Interview

99 year old relates memories of lessons learned from childhood

Barbara Drizin, educator, traveler, mother of 4, bubbie to 13

Day after thanksgiving 2015. Conversation with Barbara Drizin, age 78, about growing up as a woman in the 1950s, marrying at age 21, finding true love, raising kids in the burbs, and having 13 grandchildren.

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Larry Abrams and Jim Hardy

Friends and colleagues Larry Abrams (53) and Jim Hardy (44) discuss their nonprofits BookSmiles and Kensington Soccer Club. They consider the importance of serving young people as teachers and through their nonprofits, and reflect on the support they received along...

Helen Powers on Mother's Day 2021

Helen Powers (78) shares part of her life story with her 5 children and husband, Edward Powers, Sr. (78). Children are Thomas Powers (53), Theresa Powers (52), Edward Powers, Jr. (50), Anne Kinsey (49) and Patricia Powers (45). Grandchildren Henry...

98 years of African American history.

Merrill Cooper, 98 years old African American from south Virginia with a high school diploma retired as International Vice President of transport workers union of America

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Susan Daniel Mathuram and Kiyanna Edwards-Polk

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.

Interview with Ivan Segal

An interview with Ivan Segal (80) about his life growing up in Philadelphia and being in the Marines.

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A moment when a door was opened when I was younger

Investigate: Dad and the world of Private Investigation and Journalism

Lydia Anderson interviews her father Kelvyn Anderson about his experience in Private Investigation and Journalism.

COVID-19: Eric Robinson

Eric Robinson talks about how difficult it has been to watch his son, a senior in high school in March 2020, grappled with the disappointments of the Covid-19 shutdowns. Because of the nationwide stay-at-home orders all three of his sons...

Steven Rauscher and Harry Jamison – "You Seem Like the Happiest One"

Steven Rauscher (33) and Harry Jamison (29) discuss the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on employment, opportunity, and happiness in the City of Brotherly Love. Recording issues dogged the first half (and even a bit of the second half) of...

Natalie Borne and her favorite aunt, Eileen, talk about her life

In this interview, Natalie Borne and Eileen Hower talk about Eileen’s childhood and early adulthood. They discuss school and childhood memories as well as her family.

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Kelly Davis and Carol Smart

Actress and playwright Carol Smart (83) talks with Kelly Davis (43) about Carol's experience turning her grandmother’s life story into a one-woman show. Carol's grandmother, Doctor Rosa Minoka-Hill, was one of the first Native American women to become a physician.

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Claudia Parvanta and Richard Harner

Claudia Parvanta (66) shares a conversation with her significant other, Richard Harner (86), about Richard’s family, his experience growing up in Iowa, how he became a doctor, his career, and his love of music.