Facets of Life from 1940s-2000s, in Knightdale, NC as an African-American Female

Interview on my grandmother’s aspects of life from 1940s through early 2000s, as a young, African-American female.

“You Can Do Better….”

My grandpa, Rich Spencer, has had a great life. In this interview, you’ll learn about his great accomplishments and upbringing. From Evanston Wyoming to Harvard Buisness School, you’ll see the steps he took to achieve success.

Philip Lazar: The Best Dad In The World

In my interview with my dad, we talked about his childhood, family, and school. I also found out why he decided to join the Marine Corps and to become a firefighter. Lastly, he talked about what raising a family is...

My Past Is Your Past

Although I never knew my great great grandparents, this interview with my grandmother made it feel like I knew them my whole life. On December 31, 2018, I, Kate Godfrey, interviewed my grandmother Carol Burns in Scottsdale, Arizona. The stories...

The Great Thanksgiving Interview

In this interview, I talked with my mother, Deborah LaMotta (57) about her life and family, and how much they have impacted her life now.

The Church and My Filipino Mom

We talked about my mom’s experiences with the Catholic Church from when she was a little girl in the Philippines to now as a grandmother in the United States.