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This is an interview with Kenneth E. Lankey, Jr. on how his dad (Kenneth Eugene Lankey), uncle William “Jiggs” Perkins, and their neighbor and retired policeman Mr. Davis started the Manchester Volunteer Rescue squad in Chesterfield, VA in 1954.
Me, Surafel Kebede, and my sister, Bette Kebede, had thought provoking conversation on our life and experiences.
this was about my mom life and everything about her and it was also about me and the traits i got from her and how i am like her.
Me and my (step)mom talk about many personal and in depth life changes
7 -year-old Leo reflects on a year of distance learning as he waits to enter his school for the first time!
I learned about my dads childhood and what he endured all the way to meeting my mom and having me.
Justin (26) and Ina (26) talk about their work at the Danville Regional Foundation and how they want to contribute in making Danville a better place to live.
My aunt Nay Nay was adopted when she was six years old. I sat down with her for an interview to ask her about her experience with not only her biological family, but life with her adoptive family as well.
A group of friends and significant others gather for their first Friendsgiving to reflect and chat.
Daisah Boyd speaks on her opinion of feminism and what it means to be a feminist.
An interview with Frank Paca, age 92. Our interview covers pivotal moments in his life, his wife Meg Paca, his hobbies and his life in retirement.
Chief Aviles talks about his time before his time in the Navy, during, and after the military.
My grandfather talks about his experience in the military. I learned a lot from him, and he gave insightful information.
Mrs. Patricia Britz discusses her life experiences and explains how learning to forgive others has contributed to her improved life.
In this interview my mom and I dive into her fun and exciting childhood!
Trump, Obama, LBGTQ , open mindedness and listening.
We spoke about family and how important it is. We also spoke about business and how she grew up.
An interview with my second mom who has done a 360 in her career path. Originally an executive chef and after the pandemic, has started studying to go into law enforcement to bring justice
Dabney Dwyer (64) talks with her friend Jana Jackson (60) about their respective childhoods and what it was like for them to go through school desegregation in the 1960’s: Dabney was in high school in Roanoke, VA and Jana was...
A narrative of Theodora Lee Gregg's origins in Alabama, the story of her parents marriage, and moving to Ohio.