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Getting to know my grandparents and their history. I learned my family was very involved in the military and they made many contributions to our country.
In this interview, I asked my mom about her childhood and what it was like growing up. I also asked her about life during the Covid-19 pandemic and advice she would like to give me about life.
Me. Kretzschmar takes on questions about her view on the 2016-2017 Election and it's results
Leonard shares with Cayce his story about his father was in the military and they lived all over only to move back to his home state of Texas and how he reluctantly became a weather man to working in healthcare.
Spouses, Cyndi Farley (60) and Daniel "Dan" Farley (67), share their love story, reminisce about the many adventures they have had together, and remember JJ, who was Cyndi's first husband and Daniel's close friend.
This video is just me (Jack) asking a few questions with my grandfather (Bill). I learn about his job, childhood, and honeymoon.
Mark Rodriguez (48) talks to his daughter, Aurora Rodriguez (17), about his love for music and what his life was like when he was growing up. He also discusses his views on the creative process.
Susan Metcalf (69) interviews her friend, Erin Lord (26), about her time in the U.S. Air Force.
Gary W. Hawk (72) interviews his wife, Joyce L. Hocker (76), about her family's experiences taking a stand against U.S. racism in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s.
Marisa and Mark Sonny talk about his experience in the Air Force and how he endured and rehabilitated from a paralyzing injury. They also reflect on life lessons, living during a pandemic and future plans.
This Interview is an assignment for the AAS4013 : Race & Identity through Pop Culture class taught by Professor Martina McGhee at the University of Texas at San Antonio. I conducted this interview with James Vaughan, Ph.D. to learn more...
A discussion with a current SNAP recipient on the impact of food assistance.
Grandkids asking grandparents about Christmas memories.
Max Lyons is in training to be a Navy Corpsman, and spoke to me about what he has done to reach this point and what he hopes to accomplish.
I'm here to interview my dad on his pass memories. It was a very fun experience.