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Barbara talks about her experience working in hospitals where gender confirmation surgery was conducted, developing community, and advice for young queer people
Learning about my great grandmother’s journey from Vietnam to America and her advice to the younger generation.
Kathy from Colorado (my mom) goes to Oregon to visit her brother and meets Tony “McNally” at the contract dance. Love at first sight for one, a bit of caution from the other. A strong and growing love ensued and...
This interview reflects on a person who used to be poor but now helps the poor. He is an accomplished environmental lawyer. He worked very hard for the job and still works hard. He fights for rights in the environment....
We start out with the childhood of my grandfather John Galindo. He lived his first 8 years with his grandmother in Arizona until she died of cancer. After that he lived with his mother until the age of 15 when...
Emily sits down with Linda to talk about her career as a performing artist, what has been the driving force behind her work and how the Portland dance community has been changing.
Chip Zeman is the sweetest little guy I have ever met, with the biggest smile on his face at all times. Chip was born with downsyndrome and apraxia, something that makes it very difficult to talk and figure out what...
Zach Carroll talks about his life as a dancer, teacher, coach and mentor and shares his thoughts about the Portland dance community.
My grandfather lives in a world opposite the one he grew up in. This is his story.
Denis Fitts was the founding teacher at Portland Waldorf School in 1982 when he was 22 years old. He taught kindergarten for the first two years and then took a grades class through sixth grade before moving back to Sacramento....
In this interview, Andy speaks about his aspirations, family, bought a on life and death as well as his passions.
Betty Perritt on Going to Portland with Her Friend to work in a Defense Plant When They Were 18
Megan Bauer (28) speaks with her friend Eileen Bosworth (28) about their experience with grief and share stories of the parents they each lost.
Immigrating with a refugee to America from Friesland (Netherlands) in 1960
In this interview I learn about my grandmother’s childhood and how different things were back then.
We talk about childhood, jobs, my mother, and how we would like to be remembered.
An interview of my grandpa about his work in the park service and practicing law
I talked with my dad about his life, his marriage to my mom, his hobbies, and much more. This is a small recap of Eddy’s life and what he has learned being 53 years old.