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Marcus interviewed Qaani on his life and his struggles. It is very interesting.
This interview was about changes in the Grove Park community. David, a long term member of Groge Park’s church, was kind enough to share his opinions on the matter and how the place has evolved over the years.
On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, a grandson talks with his 98-year-old grandfather about his childhood, his Bronze Star service in Italy during WW2, and adapting to life after service
The tale of a queer boy from Ohio who changed a small town’s heart.
Tangerine shares a love of bringing community together, with love, fun, and really pretty clothes.
At age 98, a veteran of World War II talks with his grandson about his childhood in the South, his experiences in the war, receiving the Bronze Star, and adapting to life after service
My roommate, Max London talks about his life, diabetes, and his time with his service dog.
Jim Smith talks about integration activism in the late 50s and early 60s
I spoke with my Papa about some general life questions. He has dementia so I tried to pick questions that would not frustrate him and questions that would not be too hard for him.
We discuss the dynamic of our relationship and life experiences that shaped sams life.
We talked about my mom’s family heritage, her history, and asked some interesting questions.
In this interview I questioned my grandma, Mazie Stone which I call Mimi about her ancestors
I took the time today to ask my father about the relationship of how he met my mom.
Ann Ficklen talks about how life was like growing up. This includes society, the status quo back then, the atmosphere, schooling, entertainment, and many more.
My mom’s favorite cousin, aged 94, talks about growing up with the arts in Atlanta and her career in acting.
On November 21, 2018 in Dallas, Texas, Yasmin Misra (16) and Dave Schoen (74), family friends, discuss Mr. Schoen’s childhood and Norwegian upbringing in rural Wisconsin. Mr. Schoen also talks about teaching as a university professor in Indiana and how...
Bill Hicks talks about joining the Arlington County police department years after almost being killed by a police officer for attempting to help black voters in Georgia register to vote during the civil rights movement summer of 1967.
Isaac David, an 8th grader at Franklin County Middle School, interviews his mother Patti David (maiden name Conway) about her life. They talk about her childhood, her career, and her love of her children.