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Ahmed Omar (37) interviews his friend Gilad Sevitt (28), a delegate of new story leadership, about his life as a social entrepreneur and building bridges by teaching the Arabic language to Israelis so that they can communicate with their neighbors.

Julie Kaufman and Beth Wright for Stonewall OutLoud

Beth and Julie tell Karen about falling in love at Oberlin College, moving to California and later Chicago for graduate school, finding a welcoming Episcopalian church, having a ceremony, beginning their journey to have children during the AIDS epidemic, becoming...

Lynn Brenner Part III

I interviewed Lynn about her childhood home in Paterson, NJ and other homes and significant experiences.

Zev and Saba

In this interview, I talk with my grandfather about his childhood in a work camp in Ukraine. His parents were killed as victims of the Holocaust and moved in with adoptive parents in Romania at age 5. We also discuss...

Interview with Aunt Cindy: Words of Wisdom and Personal Growth

Cindy shares how her life experiences, both as an adult and child, and heritage have molded her perspective on life. She compares and contrasts her life in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and delves deeper into what it means to be...

Life story interview for English

My friend yonatan explained what his ancestors lives were like and how his parents came to this country. He also talked about the Jewish religion and what his family does

An interview with a co-worker

My co-worker agreed to talk with me about being Jewish. She gave insights about her own experiences along with her family’s customs/heritage.

Lydia interviews Nanny

Lydia interviews her grandmother about her family and childhood.

Jewish roots

This is an interview about my dad and his relationship to his father. He speaks of my grandpa’s escape from the Nazis during World War 2 and about our Jewish roots.

Maya and Grandpops

An interview between Maya, a Modern Orthodox Jewish 17 year old, interviewing her grandparents in Mitzpe Nitofah, Israel

Jack Noble interviews his grandfather Alan Mensch on his life and his accomplishments

Jack Noble interviews Alan Mensh on November 22nd in Arnold Maryland starting with his childhood and school experiences as Jew. Then they discuss his jobs as a teenager until he joined the army as a medic during the war. Finally...

War Can’t Destruct Love

“My childhood was actually great!” In November of 2018, ninth grade student, Olivia Foxman interviewed her grandmother, Shelly Foxman. Olivia learns about Shelly’s admirable  childhood post World War ll. Shelly’s story starts in 1951 in Chicago, but her family’s story originates...

Celebrating 40+ Years

After 40 year’s of being the Executive Director of Hillel at San Diego State University, Jackie Tolley is retiring. Listening to her stories about her work, family, and wisdom and passion is commerable and special. It was something that needed...

Religion and God

We talked about religion and particularly Judaism, its beliefs and God. Moreover, we talked about how they relate to each other.