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Traveling while black means researching more than ticket prices and exchange rates. There's a savviness to surviving racism in the United States and abroad as colorism, cultural appropriation, and xenophobia abound. Robin's faced it all as a black woman teaching...
Logan Bryan talks with her grandparents, father, and friends over the phone about their perceptions on society's current status.
Interviewed my mother about Family Heritage, our grandparents, growing up and school, Love, working, and Religion. I also interviewed her about many other things!
This recording is about a hard working man talking about the many jobs he does and how he may be busy, but he wouldn’t change it for the world.
Part 3 of Liz’s interview with her dad
I interviewed my dad, Bobby Anderson. He talked very briefly about his time in the United States Army in the 1970s.
Austin Stern interviews his grandfather Donald Scotten. They talk about his childhood life to going into the military and being a father and grandfather today. Donald also shares a little about the technology today and about his regrets in life.
This storycorps interview was about my grandmother life. All her experiences and things as a whole she would like to pass on.
Granddaughter Zoe Spikner, interviews her Grandmother Dorthy Spikner.
Sandra grew up as a child with many in a poor house hold. She never went to school , however, her great children are all going to college and most being fenale. A true progress.
Rosalee Landry, at age 74, shares memories of her childhood, dealing with the death of a spouse due to war, becoming a Baha’i, remarrying her now husband and having three children.
I ask my Godmother question about her life and about what our future holds for us.
Cousins Katrina Watson (26) and Courtney Gilbert (28) reflect on the summers they spent at their grandmother's house in Tennessee and how their parents created the space for them to make wonderful memories with each other throughout their childhoods.
After a life changing moment, Wendy Cornelisen decided to switch professions and become a librarian. In less than 7 years, Wendy went from being a student in graduate school to becoming the Assistant State Librarian for the state of Georgia....
My Grandmother tells stories about family, growing up, and songs. She gives me advice about love, life, and remembering the good times.
We talked about her whole life story, from before there were televisions, to a nasty divorce, finishing with her accomplishments.
This interview was conducted with my mother. It was based mostly on the differences between Korean and American culture.