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This self interview was about my great grandfather and his relationship with me
She lived in many places during her childhood. She also celebrated her wedding at the South Coast Fellowship (we actually used to go to this church but now we go to a different one and she also used to work...
My parents divorce was tuff for me I missed my dad a lot when he left but looking back now even though it hurts it was for the best
I asked my father about his hardships about coming to america, like leaving his family and dealing with money issues. After many years of struggling he’s successful today!
What it was like growing up for him and what my grandpa did in Vietnam
In this interview I talked with my close friend about a tragic event that she experienced.
My sister’s experience with bullying.
This interview is about my mother, I interviewed her about the loss of her mother, who would’ve been my grandma that I never got to experience meeting.
We talked about his life and his past. His aspirations for the future. And also the present and what he expects of it.
I interview my Grandmother about her work and the sexist bias in her workplace.
Hope Lavook asks Joe Lavook about what it’s like living by all of the fires near his house in California. Joe Lavook talks about how he’s had to evacuate because of it but he won’t move away from it.
I weave my life into the greater story of 1934 to the present, the Great Depression, rural America, the child games we played, while man I would marry fire bombed Tokyo,the second world war, repression of the 1950s,west coast jitters...