"The help is there if you ask for it." Dr. Lisa Grupe, grades program founder, then Administrative Director, Alabama Waldorf School

Dr. Lisa Grupe has worked at Alabama Waldorf for almost 20 years. During that time, she founded the grades program, then served as Administrative Director of the school.

Interview with my coworker, life coach, fellow Beowulf fanatic, and friend, Eric Cottingham.

Eric Cottingham is a Young Adult Librarian in Birmingham, Alabama. I’ve known him ever since he started working in my local public library, and I come to him to vent about college and life. The interview questions consist of information...

Mae Mae Daniels interviews her grandmother, Janet Haas, about her life growing up in the 20th century.

In this interview, Mae Mae Daniels (16) talks with her grandmother, Janet Haas (72). They discussed Janet’s eventful life and her views on history. Janet also sheds light on growing up in such a different generation and the impactful historical...

The life of Martha Rusk growing up during the impactful mid 1900’s.

During this interview with Martha Rusk on November 26th 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama. Emma Stewart wanted to talk to her grandmother about her childhood and some historical memories she lived through. Martha explains many expirences,stories and lessons that helped...

Emily Lo Re and Bonnie Lo Re talk about growing up in Birmingham, Alabama.

In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama, Emily Lo Re (16) interview her mother Bonnie Lo Re (50) about her childhood in Birmingham. Mrs. Lo Re shares her thoughts about 9/11 and the new generation. She also...

Jennifer Sumner & Kaysen Ford

“It shouldn’t be scary to be who you are.” Kaysen Ford, 12, reflects on some of the most important moments in his life with his mother, Jennifer Sumner. Produced by StoryCorps. Originally aired October 26, 2018, on NPR’s Morning Edition.

nana

We talk about my nanas life and major influences in the lives of her and her family