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Kathryn di Giovanni looks back on America during her 101 years - race relations, the empowerment of women and how to survive crippling loss. An amazing positive take on life from a remarkably sharp and articulate 101 year old woman.
I interviewed my former high school English teacher, Mrs. Jessica Salfia, about her views on community during COVID-19, the educational system, and her passion for her state.
This interview details how racial justice advocate Rachel Willis became who she is today as well as the personal and professional battles she faces everyday to create a flourishing legacy for herself and her country.
We talked about family and Henry’s personal life. We also spoke about his professional life.
Archive Oologah interviews Rebekah Askew, a high school English teacher. She discusses her time at Oologah and the importance of English.
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara from Archive Oologah interviewed Christi Harper, a science teacher at Oologah High School. She discusses her time as a student at Oologah and how that compares to her experience as a teacher here.
Grandpa tells me about his early life, his journey into adulthood, and lessons he's learned along the way.
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara from Archive Oologah interviews Kevin Hogue, the principle of Oologah High School.He discusses the differences between Oologah and other communities, and what he sees as the most important values of our town.