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Interview with Harald Herrmann, CEO Second Harvest Food Bank Orange County. The story of a South African emigree who grew up in Anaheim to become one of the top restaurant executives in America and is now running Orange County’s largest...
For my summer assignment I interviewed my Nonna. A spitfire little Italian women whom I love.
We talked about my Mom’s life and things that have been both meaningful and challenging.
Kenneth talks about growing up in Queens, coming to terms with his relationship with his parents, his partners, HIV, his blindness, and the joys of the groups that he is a part of and how they have helped him and...
In this discussion, conducted in June 2019, in Princeton, New Jersey, 48 years after the official “War on Drugs” was declared by President Richard Nixon, a son, Jared Bell, asks his father, Tom Bell, a retired NJ State Trooper to...
This is an interview with Nasir Shamsi about growing up in Pakistan and immigrating to the United States.
In this interview, conducted in Boulder, Colorado on May 20th, 2019, Taylor Gallo, 17, interviews her father, Jeffrey Gallo, 52, on his uprbringing and political experiences during the late 20th century. Jeffrey talks about his conservative family and experiences in...
Rita del Carmen Velasco Suarez de Banfield is from San Andres de Pillaro, Ecuador and Michael Banfield is from Calumet Michigan. The two talk about their experiences and how they lived, how they met, and what their life is like...
When most people order a DNA test kit, they expect to find that they are less Irish than their family claimed to be. My mother, on the other hand, accidentally uncovered her biological father and discovered a new Jewish identity.
My father Rod Najimian, discusses his upbringing in New Jersey, his relationship with his parents and brother, and how he navigated these relationships after his entire immediate family moved to Florida
In this interview I spoke with my mother, Jennifer Tarantino, about her experience as a Rutgers student in the early 1990s and how the university has changed and improved over time.
Dive into the life of Marissa Rangel – older sister, nurse practitioner, and most importantly, a mother able to pursue her dreams here in America.
Rabbi Victor discusses the intersection and intertwining of gay and Jewish identities in his life.
An interview about my moms relationship with her twin sister Lisa
If you can afford a mammogram once a year, please do, it may save your life.
Merrill Cooper, 98 years old African American from south Virginia with a high school diploma retired as International Vice President of transport workers union of America
This interview revolves around Dara Jackson, an 18 year old woman that has decided to take a gap year from college, and how this has affected her.
Ryan Decker, 11th Grade interviewing Carla Mancuso, Academic All American and current teacher at High Point Regional High School