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In this interview, conducted in September 2019 in Bronx, New York, Anjie interviews her friend Kiara. Kiara shares thoughts on her regrets in life and how her surroundings affected her life. Kiara goes on to discuss questions like how she...
Michael Horn asks his father, Kemp Horn what he wants discussed at his wake.
A Speech Pathologist has a conversation with her long-time patient and friend.
John Sherwood (68) talks with his stepdaughter, Jacy Sorkenn (32), about her grief experience and memories of her mom, Kathy Sherwood, who passed away about a year before.
Jose talks about the loss of his father.
Familial themes of death, and how ones mentality of death during upbringing afffects the view of death today.
Today I sat down and talked to my mom about death. I asked her a little about herself to set the scene and then we delved into the subject of death. I asked her about her experiences, thoughts, and emotions...
I talked with my father about his opinion of death and also how is norms/values differentiate from Western Culture.
In this interview, I talked with my dad about death. We discussed the death of his father, how he felt and coped, how he sees death, and what death means.
Interview with my best friend and roommate Hannah! We talk about her religion and experiences with death, and how her religion affects how her family deals with death.
Here we talked about my friend’s life back in Egypt. He expanded on a few things about his home town and death that are very different from the way we do things here in America.
The life of Jim McConnell and those of the people whose lives he’s been a part of.
Joyce Frye, resident of Morrison Village (2503 Old Mobile Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39567) is interviewed by Reba Brown, Library Assistant 1 from Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Ms. Frye discusses her pets, why she moved...
I interviewed my grandma about her life. We enjoyed a good conversation, I got to learn new things about her, and we enjoyed some quality time together.
Arnold Aanonsen, a Korean War vet, discusses his life and what he expected in America compared to what he sees now.
My father and I discuss his childhood in China- including his academic achievement, life after the devastating Tangshan earthquake of 1976, and his participation in the Tiananmen Square protests.
We discussed the impact of death. We also talked about the impact society has on how we react.
In this StoryCorps, I interview my roommate Jacquelyn and talk to her about the meaning of life and what she wants to be remembered for.