Me and my bro

He’s my favorite person but he doesn’t even know.

My mom, a first generation college student

Heidi Hartmann explains what it was like to be a First-Generation college student at Swarthmore College in the 1960s.

A few stories from Sugar-tooth Grandma

In this interview, I talked with my grandma about her childhood and social work, which slowly transitioned into a deeper conversation regarding her divorce and the grandpa I’ve never known. She gave me advice about my life looking ahead into...

Papa Jerry and me

Papa loved in a very different time than I do. He had very distinct memories of his childhood family and friends.

The Importance of Hard Work

Eric Vadon speaks about the importance of education, hard work and family. He talks about the morals and events that shaped his life.

Interview with my mom.

The things that were talked about were her childhood and growing up in a poor area.

McKenzie (age 11) talks about her participation in the Women’s March on Washington 2017.

McKenzie participated in her first political march in Washington, DC on January 21, 2017 with her mom. In this interview conducted by her mom, McKenzie explains her motivations, describes her experiences and reflects on the lessons she learned from this...

Interview with my dad.

I talked with my dad about his work and some things from his childhood.

Alex Feldt and Devin Day
September 13, 2020 App Interview

Alex and Devin share memories about their decades-long relationship, her struggle with ovarian cancer, and what it's like facing the end of life.

My Mother, a Doctor

This was an interview conducted for the purposes of my AP Lang and Comp class. I ask my mother first, questions about her childhood and growing up. Then the questions gradually progress to the topic of academia and more specifically...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Nora

Philadelphia Trump Protest during Congressional Retreat Interviews for Women's Reproductive Rights. My friend, Nora McMahon, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer & was able to afford treatment because of the ACA. Nora tells us why she marches. For Nora, the repeal...

Civil rights in Washington State

First, segregation wasn’t as bad. Then, In the 1960’s protesting took place and people of a different race were not allowed to sit with whites and had a different bathrooms and water fountains. Next, in 1963 Martin Luther King, a...

Thanksgiving Interview 2019 (Clint)

This was my brother-in-law Clint and through the interview we talked about life struggles and the lessons that came out of them. We also talked about personal struggles and how to deal with that and make personal progress. The last...

Nana’s Thanksgiving interview

We talked about Wanda Numen's life, her struggles and highlights. We also talked about the relationship Kayla Osborne and her grandma Wanda has.

A New Take on the Library of Congress

The authors of “I, Too, Sing America: The African American Book of Days” reflect on images from Library of Congress and propose a new project

Learning Nana: An Afternoon With Diane Walker

A Nana tells her grandson what it was like growing up in the country and city during the Second World War, being Black in segregated America, and other challenges she faced later in life.