Armand Zoulika and Mary Peterson

Armand shares with hospice chaplain Mary the meaning of Ramadan and the challenges of coming together as a community in person during COVID and shares his sorrow at the death of his mother and how he bakes to remember her.

Evaluating artistic potential with Jen Waldman

Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews Jen Waldman (Manhattan) on May 12, 2021. They discuss early dance recitals, teenage enterprising, getting messy with Musical Theater, YoungArts, and adapting the Jen Waldman Studio to a thriving virtual community.

Jack Pinnas

Jack Pinnas (81) talks with his grandson, Harrison Friedman (22), about his experience in Guatemala as a part of the Epidemic Intelligence Service, and how he almost had his head chopped off while delivering malaria vaccines.

Kathy Edge and Stacie Clark

Stacie shares about how her role as the Clinical Community Liaison at Providence hospice helps foster teamwork and care for patients. She shares her admiration for the sacrifices, creativity nd deep care she has witnesses in caregivers working in facilities...

Lillian Thurby

Lillian Thurby's Interview With Mom About Marketing and Digital Specializing

"Schooling" COVID-19 – Comments on how varying levels of education were affected by the pandemic

A discussion amongst family members about their experiences related to education and how they were impacted by the pandemic. Erin (25, They/Them) was furloughed from their job at the start of the pandemic, and then chose to resume college courses...

Dawn Fausner and Juleia Smith – 61 and 16

Juleia Smith (16) interviews her coworker Dawn Fausner (61) who is a hygienist and a nursing student. They talk about the medical field, life lessons, finding love later in life, career passion, and more.

"I guess I would try to be less suspicious"

: I want to do a StoryCorp interview on my friend of eight years named Giovanni Gilmore because he experienced a social injustice in the form of racism and racial profiling. When he was 16, he told me he had...

How Gloria Johnson Was Sustained by a Legacy of Love while Growing Up in a Segregated Community

Gloria Johnson (72) speaks with her friend, Corianna Moffatt (33), about what it was like growing up on Viser Street in Camden, Arkansas, and having to endure segregation and masked racism.

Life as an athlete.

Myles Gregory (15) talks with Martinez Gregory (18) and asks what is his life like as an athlete. Being an athlete the first thing you have to know is that sacrifices are going to have to be made in the...

Workplace Harassment

Vianney (19) talks to Isabella (19) about her experience with harassment in the workplace: 2021-05-07 01:21:25

Feminism: a fight against the mistreatment of woman

Jasmin Contreras has been a friend for the last 3 years she is an activist fighting for feminism her beliefs and ideologies has took her to many places including a protest on Argentina showing that she is an active fighter...

One day, life change: International Student the life of a non-citizen.

an international student studying at UTEP, one day he wanted to take a small trip to white sands with her girlfriend running in to a check point where he did not know the permission was outdated and he got treated...

Buy Delta-8 – Where Can I Buy Delta-8?

Many Delta 8 are being offered on the internet. Delta-8 is an American herbal supplement that is sold in pill form. This is one of the most popular and well-known herbal supplements available. It has been known to help people...