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- Elevated train (El) 273
- family trips and excursions 273
- memories of growing up 220
- personal experiences 216
- memories of former times 170
- Spouse 161
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- Black Folks Camp Too 1
- East English 1010 1
- The Great Thanksgiving Listen 2021 1
- TheGreatListenNJ2021 1
One Small Step Conversation partners Allison "AJ" Oberempt (61) and Chelsea Niemann (31) share a conversation about their upbringings, their political values, and their families.
Brady Sih (52) talks with his mom, Gerimae Sih (77) about how she met his dad, Ping, and how they raised him and his older brother Bryant and got into sailing: 2022-10-30 15:56:14
Lawrence "Allen" Byrd lll (46) has a conversation with his mother and father, Connie Bruere Olson Byrd (77) and Lawrence "Larry" Allen Byrd, Jr., about their relationship, family memories, travel experiences, and connection to their children.
Katharine Baker talks with her new friend, Samantha Hano about the preservation of familial ties through a shared love of music, a childhood summer home, and most importantly, time.
Christopher "Chris" Conkell (33) speaks with father, William "Bill" Conkell (74), about his life as a Secret Service agent and health challenges.
Tom (73) and Mary Ellen (72) recount the adventures they've had over the past 54 years of marriage.
This interview is between Raiven Vargas, 17, and her great grandmother, Anna Azran, 79. She recalls events from Raivens childhood and gives her feelings regarding family. They discuss how grateful they are for family, and Anna shares her wisdom. She...
Elizabeth "Beth" Hammond (57) interviews her father, Robert "Bob" Hammond (80), a native Floridian from Miami who has practiced dentistry internationally for around 48 years.
Wife, Karen Wald (61), and husband, Rick Wald (61), exchange family history, impactful memories, and stories from their philanthropic work.
Kerry Britt (58) interviews fellow home school parent and teacher, Suzanne Sheppard (51) about requirements, differences, and stereotypes in the home school communities in Georgia and Alabama.