Backpacks & Baguettes

A father and son talk about the children’s travel book they wrote together, Backpacks & Baguettes, and the reminder it provided of what it was like to live in the world before the pandemic hit - the sights, the smells...

"When the elephants fight the grass suffers." Malcolm Bryant and Jennifer Beard Talk About Global Health, Part 2

Malcolm Bryant talks about some of the big picture challenges he sees in the field of global health, ranging from narrow and overly medicalized strategies to reduce maternal and infant mortality to the skewed priorities and short timelines of donors....

Mom and Dads Wedding Interview

This is an interview of my parents in which we talk about their wedding and their honeymoon in South Africa.

Taking a walk through time

An interview with my Mother, Julie Bolton Williams, on January 1st 2020, at our home in Fort Mill, South Carolina. My Mother has brown hair with blue eyes. She was born in South Africa and has a English culture. She...

The Anti- Apartheid Movement

In the 80s the anti-apartheid movement was “the” cause and it was like the inheritor of the civil rights movement.

Living in Apartheid South Africa: An Interview With my Dad

I talk with my dad about how it was to live and teach in South Africa during the Apartheid. We talk about his experiences going there, protesting, and the day Nelson Mandela got released, among other things.

Grandpa M Interview

In this interview, the interviewee, Mike, talks about growing up in Sweet Home, Oregon and about traveling between the years 1974 and 1975.

SA to USA: Rogan’s Immigration Story

Rogan and I discuss his immigration to the United States from South Africa in a time of social and political turmoil. Rogan explores how his privilege in coming to the United States shaped his ability to assimilate into American culture.

South African immigrant.

I talked with my mom about her experiences coming from South Africa.

"It Was a Dangerous Time to be There": A Mother and Daughter Recall Living in South Africa During Apartheid

Kate Bergbauer and her mother Christabel Bergbauer sat down with Kate's daughter, Gemma Strauss, to discuss living in Apartheid South Africa in the 1970s' and witnessing the injustices that the people of color were facing.

Sage Gilbert interviews her grandma Rhona Gilbert for the 2019 Great Thanksgiving Listen.
November 30, 2019 App Interview

In this interview, conducted in November 2019 in Piedmont, California, Sage Gilbert (13) interviews her paternal grandmother, Rhona Gilbert (71), sharing stories from Rhona’s life all across the world.

The Merchant of Food

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...

Mrs Louisa Margaret Ness Vloothuis

We spoke about my grans childhood, parents, marriage, work, regrets and memories

Interview with Perry

I mainly talked to Perry about his relationship with people around him and things that are important to him but I also talked to him a little bit about his childhood.

Susann muer interview

My mothers story about growing up in Germany and south Africa

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

I interviewed my father and we talked about his early childhood in Germany, his education, career, his travels through the world, and the places he lived in. I chose to interview my dad because I find his story very interesting.


We talked a lot about what life used to be like without technology and the old days.

Pam Becoming An American

Pam is a naturalized American citizen. She was born in South Africa during Apartheid and emigrated to the U.S. with her husband and young children.