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In telling the story of the founding of Maine Coast Waldorf High School, David Sloan speaks about the community education needed to take the leap from 8 grades to 12, the beauty of the full, EC through 12 Waldorf curriculum...
My interview is about me leaving for school. Though my family did not support were I was going in the beginning them are supporting me now.
Willie Ito was a wide-eyed little boy when he first saw Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in technicolor at his neighborhood movie theater in San Francisco. That’s the moment he realized he wanted to be an animator. But Willie’s...
Judge Olly Neal grew up in Arkansas during the ’50s and didn’t care much for high school. One day he cut class and wandered into the library. It’s there he came across a book by African-American author Frank Yerby. The...
My name is Zamirah Felton and I interviewed one of my close friends Engoma Fataki. he is not from the United States, we will tell his story about his journey.
This Interview is with my mother. We discuss stuff such as advice for other single mother, and just basic information about what its like being a single mother.
This interview delves into a deep discovery of love and bondage between a father and a son.
Retired Colonel Denise Baken enlisted in the Army in 1975 , following in her father’s military footsteps. She’d go on to serve for nearly three decades. At StoryCorps, Denise told her children — Richard and Christian Yingling — about her...
A lesser-known part of StoryCorps’ work happens in StoryCorps Legacy, which gives people with life-threatening illnesses the chance to record their story, and their loved ones a chance to remember. Over the past nine years, we’ve recorded over 2,000 interviews...
Jess Moore, Early Childhood Teacher and College Chair at Maine Coast Waldorf School, gives an overview of Early Childhood Education at the school. This year marks her 12th as Lead teacher in the Sunflower Kindergarten. Her professional interests include studying...
Partners, Marcellus Harper (38) and Kevin Thomas (53) reflect on how they came to work in ballet, the lack of representation of people of color in dance, why they felt it important to found Collage Dance Collective.
Davis [no last name given] (16) talks with StoryCorps Facilitator, Nalani Saito (24) about growing up in West Tennessee, his service work, and what he hopes to do in the future.
Eyleen Farmer (68) interviews her coworker, Loretta Mobley (54), about the influential women in her life and how she has used her own strength and faith in God to handle life’s curveballs.
I asked my mother about her coming to America as a Chinese woman and how she dealt with having to raise a child with my dad who was American- then continues to explain the cultural differences.
Ray Martinez (26) speaks with his friend Brie Jackson (24) about moving to New York, coming from small towns in the midwest, family, culture, and rebelling as youth.
Edward Rivera (24) speaks to his friend Jaylen Strong (19) about their summers, roommate drama, childhood memories, family, identity, and beans.
Middle school teacher Dave Meuret shares some of his memories from growing up as Josh Herring, his student, interviews him.
Gerry Dupree (60) and his mother, Nell Thomas (79), reflect on their family, recalling memories of the house in which they both grew up, the love they gave and received, and the distance that’s come between their loved ones recently.
Patricia Y. Wong speaks to Kona Historical Society during a Kupuna Health & Wellness Outreach Event at the Regency Hualalai, September 15, 2019
Bill Linaker speaks to Kona Historical Society during a Kupuna Health & Wellness Outreach Event at the Regency Hualalai, September 15, 2019.
Marjory Erway speaks to Kona Historical Society during a Kupuna Health & Wellness Outreach Event at the Regency Hualalai, September 15, 2019.
Robert Divers speaks to Kona Historical Society during a Kupuna Health & Wellness Outreach Event at the Regency Hualalai, September 15, 2019.
I interviewed my dad and asked him a few questions about what it means
Saul-Yuan Calvillo (25) and their colleague and friend, Vei Darling (24), talk about life and communities in New York, queerness, and the city’s influence on identity.
Yancy Villa Calvo (43) talks with her husband, Mauricio Calvo (44), and daughter, Carolina Calvo (13), about their experiences being Mexican immigrants and newly naturalized Americans, and how they aspire to help others through their artistic and political efforts.