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A good interview to talk about Grandma Bev’s life, childhood and family.
Brandon Lewis interviews his father, Jerald Lewis, about the family's experience with Susan Lewis's posterior cortical atrophy.
Brandon Lewis interviews his father, Jerald Lewis, about their family's experience with Susan Lewis's Posterior Cortical Atrophy.
Reed and Dan Cruikshank talk about Dan’s life story and how he has been successful through hard times
Memories with my grandma and my grandpa joins in adding a little rant
I had the opportunity to interview my parents for a school project! Little did I know I’d learn a lot in just 30 minutes. This interview is raw, lighthearted, and heavy at times. It is a bit choppy towards the...
In this interview, I discuss the effects of COVID-19 on the community and the family with my father. Past similar experiences, present adaptions, and possible future effects are all highlighted.
We talked about stories from our past and how we can relate them to each other.
Tou and Yer Vang from Minnesota talk about their journeys from Laos to Thailand to, finally, the USA. As Hmong refugees to American immigrants, their life story crosses borders, oceans, and generations. As children, they both grew up surrounded by...
Susan Amussen (65) interviews her mother Diane Amussen (89) about her community organizing and activism roots.
Anna Supplee (39) has a conversation with her best friend Andra Thompson (33) about their early years in college, how they reconnected, and their long-lasting friendship.
This interview is about ajanaye and her childhood. How she got her nick names, how she wants to be remembered.
We asked Grandpa Don about his youth in the CCC and early jobs.
Nicole "Nikki" Ann Dillard (42) tells StoryCorps facilitator Brenda Ford (48) about growing up and her relationship with her mother.
We talked about my dad’s life in China from age 0-18. He was there from 1973-1991.
My mother and I talk about her childhood growing up as a Hmong individual that immigrated from Laos. We talk about Hmong culture and what it means to us and the relevance of Hmong today.
I this interview, my mom talks about her childhood and growing up in a large family in the middle of nowhere. She also goes in depth about lessons she learned from influences throughout her life.
On December 1st, 2019, Griffin Weld interviews his father about growing up in Ohio and then about theatre during and after highschool