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Experiences that shaped my grandma's life and ways that she shaped her own life.
Daniel Malakowsky (36) speaks to his close friend and colleague, Hanna Zack Miley (88). Hanna survived the holocaust by escaping to England at the age of 7-years-old. She shares her experience and path to forgiveness in the autobiography, A Garland...
My Dad’s experience as a Marine Guard in London in the 1950’s.
Yagulan Srikumar (19) interviews aunty Nalayini Gunanayagam (66) about what it means to be Tamil Sri Lanken, the impact of the 1983 riots on their individual families, and keeping a relationship to the motherland as part of the diaspora.
Matthew Breman (50) speaks with his mother Vicki Breman (76) about her life growing up, transition to adulthood, world travels, and work life.
John Friedrich (55) interviews his friend Bob Alpern (92) about his participation in a protest against a U.S. missiles in Stuttgart, Germany, together with German Green Party leader Petra Kelly and novelist Gunter Grass, as part of his life's work...
Alex Call (15) and his grandmother Chris Reid (80) talk about school during, World War II, life as a nurse, family history, and time spent in India. They also reflect on some important memories and a forgotten story about Winnie-the-Pooh.
James Patrick Tobin has a conversation with his grandfather David Tobin. They talk about what life was like in Maine during the 1940s and David Tobin’s experience as an air traffic controller during The Korean War.
In this interview I talk to my dad about what it was like growing up in a time with less technology and how that affected education daily life and the possible outcomes of a pandemic during his younger days.