Perceptions Changed at Rainbow River

Two folks who never met talking about how their perceptions around water and nature changed when they left north Texas.

One of the most life-changing events happened on that corner. This man cared enough about a street urchin to pick him up off the street.

(This interview contains strong language and brief descriptions of sexual acts.) As a highly-attractive young gay man, Randy quickly fit into the Dallas gay bar scene, found problems with drugs, sex, and prostitution. When he prostituted in front of Dallas...

Upward Mobility in the U.S. Army

We talked about Richard growing up poor in Texas, going into the army, coming out and earning his graduate degree from Harvard Law.

Immigration Stories Reel–a brief recap of the overall, unedited audio interviews. The full impact is embodied within the full interviews.

I had the privilege to interview immigrants, descendants of immigrants, and asylum seekers across the world. Their stories were accompanied by anonymous portraits made from cyanotype imprints of their bodies and forms to which provided privacy and freedom to speak...

Running for office as a democratic woman in North Texas

Two women who ran as Democratic candidates for State House and for Congress in Texas discuss life on the campaign trail in the 2018 midterm election.

Dad’s interview, 2018

I spoke with my father about his experience immigrating to the United States and childhood in India.

Nick Hinojosa Sr. first Mexican American commissioner in Victoria, Texas

Elias Galvan, great-grandson and Stephanie Hinojosa-Galvan, granddaughter, interview with great-grandfather, Nick Hinojosa Sr.

Getting to know Chuck and Shari

Sitting down with Charles and Sharon Mitchell to hear stories of their childhood, and stories about Jericho, their daughter.

“I Failed My First Test”

College is supposedly the best time of your life. College is all about experiences and making lifelong friendships. In November of 2018, Charlie Satenberg interviewed his dad, Brad Satenberg, on his college experiences at the University of Texas at Austin...

Great Grandmother Childhood
November 30, 2018 App Interview

In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri, Christopher Armstrong (18) interviews his great grandmother about her childhood and lifetime experiences.Mrs. Stewart shares stories about what she did as a child and what she liked to do....

Personal Experiences of Social Inequality – Media and Social Justice.

I interview my current professor from my Chicanos and Mexicans in the U.S course, Dr. Maria Cristina Morales. She has faced discrimination and prejudice and is also an advocate of using education as a way to fight against the social...

I hate this so very much.

I interviewed my grandfather who lived in Texas when he was a kid. He’s moved to Washington since then.

My grandmother and I talk about her childhood, college, and JFK.

I interviewed my grandmother, Charmaine, about her childhood in the Midwest. I wanted to know what it was like to live through the John F. Kennedy assassination. I found out many different things about her parents and grandparents and what...

Grandma B.

My grandma described where and how she grew up, and also talked about some things she’s learned while doing so.

my Grandma’s journey

My grandmother telling us about her childhood and life.

Sharron K.- Oncology Nurse And Texan Mother
November 25, 2018 App Interview

This interview was conducted in McKinney, Texas on November 24th, 2018. Lauren K (14) interviews her mother, Sharron (45), about her childhood and career as a surgical oncology nurse. She also discusses her family, pets, and her time studying abroad...

The Great Thanksgiving Listen with Natalie and her grandma GJ
November 22, 2018 App Interview

In this interview, uploaded on November 21, 2018. With Natalie Smith and her grandmother, Janie Gulley {GJ} Talk about how she grew up and who she became. They started by talking about how GJ grew up and the environment she...

Washington on the Brazos

Learning about Washington on the Brazos and Texas Independence.

Frank Curre

On December 7, 1941, 2,403 Americans died when hundreds of Japanese fighter planes attacked the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor in Oahu, Hawaii. After convincing his mother to sign his enlistment papers, Frank Curre joined the Navy at...

The Wedding Ring Class

The Wedding Ring class offers their memories of First United Methodist Church-Austin.

My Dad

Dad’s stories about growing up in Cass County.

“Lois Burns talks about her love of swing dancing.”

You may know 89 year old Lois Burns from being a friendly face at the Fowler Gymnasium front desk over the past 20+ years. Here she shares various anecdotes about coming of age in the era of swing dancing and...