Rita Legleiter

Rita talked about her family and the importance of being nice to each other.

Adults perspective of live during Quarantine

A woman of faith talks about her experience and how she feels about COVID-19.

A Testament to the Benefits of Struggle: A Discussion with the Memons

My parents, Neha Memon and Samir Memon (46) discuss how their struggles in moving to a new country shaped their spirituality, work ethic, and their choices as parents. We discuss how adaptability has sculpted their present lives, and how malleable...

“When one door closes, another opens…" (Alexander Graham Bell). My Grandma never looked regretfully upon the closed door.

Clay Campbell (31) talks with his grandmother, Charmian Waggaman (89) about her life growing up in DC in the 1940s, meeting the love of her life Thomas Waggaman, raising three kids, and sharing loving words to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Mark Lukasiewicz

Chris Cox (37) talks with Mark Lukasiewicz (29) about his life experiences and the wisdom he would like to pass on to future generations.

The War Years

I interviewed Nani about the War Years, she talks about her birth in India as well as a few beautiful traveling stories. She touches on her faith and love for the coincidences which make us whole.

Discrimination in Favoritism

With so much discrimination going on even in school, there are those who still have a fighting chance to stand up for themselves and give others the encouragement they need to know that everyone deserve the same rights and treatment.

Getting the insight of a mother who had to grow up fast.

My mother Rosalie is a strong women and inspires me everyday and motivates me to become the best me. My mother had to grow up fast and I asked her a few questions about how it affected her and how...