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Abe Rivas sat down with Ms. Laadimi, a social studies teacher, at Bogan High School on the southwest side of Chicago. They talked about how Ms. Laadmi dealt with her time during COVID 19.
My grandma, who is 80 years old, told me about her life living during the 1960s.
We mainly focused on civil rights and his time at the board of trade.
Amazing interview with my grandma, Roberta Buffett. Couldn’t have asked for anything better. She talks about her childhood and many experiences.
Within this podcast, I talk about my school experience and how the school-to-prison pipeline and zero tolerance policies have affected my education process.
my grandfather told me about his grandfather lives and how he was apart of the masons and knew a bunch of people from that like the head of the FBI, walt disney, roosevelt, and more. he also told me about...
We talked about Beverly’s life and career in art’s management. We also talked about Beverly’s parents’ journey from Russia to the United States.
My grandmother’s experience growing up in Germany during the end of World War 2, and her journey to the United States.
Cleo Francine Wilson (77) speaks to her partner Bob Roth (74) about her first experience at a camp traveling outside of her Chicago West Side neighborhood, and feeling a "fish out of the water" after her trip.
Uncle Mike Marino, 62 years old, talks to nephew Mike Marino, 21 years old, about the epic of his life-memories, joys, challenges, and wise advice from a wise man.
Born to Ila Knight Voris and Dr. Harold C. Voris, the early years and basic biography
A conversation between myself, Marin Davis, and my grandfather, Jeffrey Lew about his experience with various events of the 1960s.
In my first interview, I walk with my partner over some simple questions. It honestly went over pretty well.