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During the interview I asked my mom about her childhood, memories, and other relatives.
My grandmother, Mema, tells about her immigration to the United States. She tells stories about her life before arriving to the United States. She also talks about her children as they grew up.
In this interview, conducted during November 2018 in Ashburn, Virginia, Kale Robertson (16) interviews his mother Angie Howell (40). Mrs. Howell shares about her childhood in suburban Nashville, TN, with her sister who was challenged by fetal alcohol syndrome, and...
This interview was recorded on November 24, 2018 in Memphis, Tennessee. My name is Dorothy Grace Daniels and I am 14 years old. I interviewed my grandmother, Joanna Underwood. We discussed growing up in the 50’s and 60’s, surviving being...
I talk with Lynda Cobb, my debate coach, the mother of my debate partner, and my 2nd mother. Thanksgiving Day, 2018, in the downstairs of my house on a couch bed.
Steve Montgomery, the head pastor of Idlewild Presbyterian, takes a look back at his 18 years of service and shares his lessons learned and wisdom from ministry.
I talk to my grandmother about growing up, having kids, moving, and her purpose in life.
Our foster son made us parents — and led us to adopt his two half sisters.
During this interview, I got a chance to interview a long-time neighbor of mine in my hometown, Nashville, TN. We discussed some of the advantages and disadvantages of living here and advice for any newcomers.
My struggles with the city and animal controls violations on myself and my home.
This is a school project in which my fellow Spanish classmates and I interview Spanish speakers to learn their stories. This is Graciela Haynes and she is the daughter of an immigrant. Here is a part of her story. *The...
An interview with my grandmother, Linda Faye Marlin Jacobs, about her life, career, marriage, and family.
Today GG and I talked about different stories and questions I had. I learned a lot more about my grandma than I thought I did. And I am glad I spent time with her.
We talked about things we are grateful for, things that make us unique, and people we look up to.
Mary Bee talking about what she new of her great grandmother’s family being Black Dutch, the Bush family coming to TX from TN, the supposed Parker family being Cherokee (“Black Dutch”) from Canon county TN (Lucinda Parker being her great...