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Friends Kenisha Mahajan (15) and Mia Payne (17) talk about immigration, climate change, the importance of youth voices, and their hopes for the future of New York City.
Stanley Riley (31) talks with his mother, Adele Riley (59), about how COVID-19 has affected their lives, and why they chose to get vaccinated. They discuss their hopes for the Bronx and the importance of wellness.
A boy named Mack who has been through a lot finally gets revenge he did not have the heart to do.
I discovered my family history by chance on a visit to Los Angeles. My aunt Linda tells me the history of the Juachon family.
Katie is a kindergarten teacher in the Bronx and discusses teaching and parenting during Covid.
Brother and sister Freeman Shore (82) and Wini Freund [no age given] discuss growing up, their family history, and how they got involved at Central Synagogue.
In this interview recorded in Novemer of 2018 in Anderson, South Carolina, Noah Brooks (13) talks to his grandfather, Dewain Lanfear (76), about growing up in New York. We discussed his exstensive sports career and his favorite teachers among other...
Husband and wife Roger Yost (71) and Gail Yost (71) talk about their upbringings, the life they have created together, and their upcoming 52nd anniversary,
One Small Step conversation partners Julia Torres Barden (61) and Shelli Fowler (62) discuss formative moments in their political identities, the precarious nature of the current political moment, and what constitutes an effective strategy for social change.
Jill Sneider (70) shares a conversation with her mother, Joan Bryan (94), about Joan’s husband, Jill’s father, their life together, their family, and the values that their family lives by.
I interviewed my Grandpa about his life when he was a kid and young adult.
Cada persona que emigra aquí desde otro lugar tiene una historia que contar. Marilyn Vélez vino a Estados Unidos con su familia para tener una vida mejor. Escuche cómo llego a Estados Unidos y las dificultades que tuvo que enfrontar...
Mia Quezada: 2021-09-24 18:30:41 Mia talking with Pamela about their childhood and experiences during the 2020 pandemic
Berena Cabarcas, Principal, interviews Bassrou Juwara, 12th Grader affectionately known to us as Bashir, about his journey to & life within the United States, as well as, his hopes for our society's future. 2020-06-29 18:17:32
This is an interview about my grandfather's life. This interview includes what he likes to do which is coaching basketball and being a photographer and how that lifestyle has effected him, and why he enjoys doing it.
Jim talked about early years as a Jesuit and how he was determined to work for social and community change in the 1970’s.
Rabbi Angela Buchdahl (50) and Rabbi Peter Rubinstein (78) discuss their childhoods and their respective paths to becoming rabbis. They describe the roles played by rabbinic mentors along the way and their experiences each serving as Senior Rabbi for Central...
Sisters Prathna Sok (32) and Sokhita Sok (28) talk about moving to the United States from Cambodia and their path to becoming vendors at the Queens Night Market. They reflect on their favorite memories of food and their family.
Thomas Pirone talks with his granddaughter Lucia Pirone (17) about growing up during World War II, living through the coronavirus pandemic, and his life.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to former New York Times reporter David Dunlap (70) about his massive documentation projects of the built environments of New York City and Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Jumell Davis (23) is interviewed by Kemali Green (28), CHS staff person, about his childhood in the Bronx and the challenges he faced, including losing his older brother and friends to gun violence.