Maria Thrän and Seph Itz

Friends Maria Thrän [no age given] and Seph Itz [no age given] speak about cultural differences between the United States and Germany, life experiences, art, and oral history.

The Undocumented Americans book Reflection with Joseph Francisco Hernandez

Joseph Francisco Hernandez [(28), (he/him/el)] currently on unceded Ohlone/Yokuts Land shares oral testimony in reflection to the book "The Undocumented Americans" by Karla Cornejo Villavicencio. Joseph is a single child of immigrating parents (Oaxaca & Chiapas), and is a first-generation...

Angela Meyers and Chris Sturdevant

Angela Meyers (41) has a conversation with colleague Chris Sturdevant (49) about Chris's passion for researching and writing about the the Cold War, his interests, and influences that led him to become a librarian and historian.

Marta Pearson and DeAnna Hadley

Marta Pearson (72) talks with her friend DeAnna Hadley (52) about sympathy, empathy, racism, the pain it causes and the need for African-American stories to be shared. She describes seeing a raw cotton field for the first time, being denied...

Lida Nedilsky and LiaLia Kuchma

Lida Nedilsky (51) interviews her mentor, LiaLia Kuchma (77), about her memories of moving to Chicago from Ukraine in the 1950s, the Ukrainian Village community, her work as an artist, and her reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Hartford College for Women Oral Interview with Debbie Javit

Deb Javit, alumni of Hartford College for Women tells about her experiences at the school as an attendant from 1982 - 1984. She is being interviewed by Tea Morin, the Fall 2020 intern for University of Hartford's Women's LEAD Center.

Andrew Burdick interviews Dave West #3 (20200703) Odyssey of the Mind – History and Outstanding Efforts

Andrew Burdick and Dave West in their third Storycorps Connect interview. Dave explains the background of Odyssey of the Mind, an organization he has volunteered with for ~20 years. He then recounts some of his favorite anecdotes of moments of...