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...

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.

Master Opal’s Story
October 21, 2022 App Interview

Justin Clark’s instructor, Master Opal Harbert, shares her story. She explains how she got up to this point, how she progressed, and her tactics on teaching kids in need.

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...

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Harriet Weber and Nancy Warner

Nancy Warner (70) interviews her friend and colleague, Harriet Weber (65), about her experience becoming a "farm wife" in Quincy Valley and about her passion for community history.

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.

Bens Storycorps project

Me and my grandpa talking about how his life has been going and my questions (I accidentally recorded after i was done and was talking to my mom)

Interview with my dad.

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

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Selina Everson and Alice Taff

Selina Everson (Kaseix) told Alice Taff (Wudashéeyi Tláa) about growing up in a small Native community and learning about her culture. She talked about attending and working in Native boarding schools and discussed her experience teaching young Tlingit children about...

“It’s a service of humility”

"Life in the priesthood is one of humility," says Michael Hennessy in this interview recorded shortly before his May 2018 ordination as a priest. Hennessy is a New Englander who started thinking about being a priest when he was teaching...

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Barbara Hines and Carol Dudley

Barbara (67) talks to her colleague Carol (60) about her career as a Public Relations and Journalism Professor at Howard University.

Pollinating citizen advocates

John Friedrich (56) talks with his friend Bob Alpern (92) talks about his work over 30 years with the Unitarian Universalist Association and Friends Committee on National Legislation, traveling across the United States conducting advocacy training workshops to “pollinate citizen...

“I was looking for…adventure…”

Service is always at the core of Father Stuart Wilson-Smith's adventures and musical pursuits. He says that from the time he was young, he wanted his life to be focused on helping others. It was later that he decided that...

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Monica Foderingham and Jordan Brown

Mother Monica Foderingham (60) interviews her daughter Jordan Brown (22) about her college experiences at Georgetown University, her challenges while studying there, and her recent graduation and plans for the future.

"Row your own Boat" and other wise words in the life of Roberta "Bobbie" Sahr

Laura Rosenfeld (32) talks with her grandmother, Roberta "Bobbie" Sahr (82) about her childhood, courtship and marriage with her husband, John Sahr, and advice for her grandchildren.