Sarah Vliet’s favorite place.

Sarah vliet’s favorite place is her old house, She had to move when her father passed away on 10-25-2017. She felt very upset about her fathers passing. Her favorite memory was of her and her dad watching movies in their...

Life on the farm of a young African american girl

Living on a farm, playing baseball, and growing up to leave your small town and move to the city. Pauline Richmond tells you all her beliefs, doubts, and her fun times. Sit and listen to her tell about the time...

Penny sits and talk about her life from a kid teen and now an adult.

In this interview Penny steps outside of her comfort zone and sits and has a meaningful interview with her niece. As she talks she mentions being the oldest child out of 4. Her challenge completing a master degree while being...

“I was a mma fighter with them ankles.”

Nia talks about her childhood and how “fun” it was for her in her eyes, but that fun ended in some trouble.

Jordan sits down with Stephanie Anthony to talk about useful advice, reminisce about childhood memories, and much more.

Jordan Martin sits down with his mother Stephanie Anthony to talk about wisdom she received before and advice she wishes to pass on. They talked about her hardships she had to deal with 10 years ago when she had her...

Lawrence Gramse Jr and his mother Quayondra Smith talk about her journey as a young mother in Flint, Michigan.

In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Flint, Michigan, Lawrence Gramse Jr (15) interviews his mother Quayondra Smith (35) about her life as a young mother in a fairly hard city. Quayondra shares her story of how she hid...

Getting out of the hood, and moving on to better things.

In this interview Halei speaks with her Stepdad, Ozias Embry. In the interview Ozias go over what is like living in Flint, 0:29. Soon after he speaks on the adults in his life. After 4:40, he speaks on how certain...

Michaela Hitchcock and her grandmother Sandy Toone talks about life and growing up.

November 2017, Michaela Hitchcock (15) talks to grandmother Sandy Toone (69) about growing up in Arkansas. Stories about grandparents and heritage. Towards the end, Sandy talks about her brother dying and how it affected her life.