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- 1970s, Seventies 231
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This interview was with the first had knowledge of what the 1970s-1980s was like growing up from my grandma
An interview with my mother about how technology has slowly changed.
An interview regarding immigration, struggle, and hard-work.
talked about their life as an teenager & going to school . how was there time different from now
The Red Terror was the Ethiopian version of Stalin’s purges - and Berihu was right in the middle of it.
Just how different do you believe the 70’s were? To answer your question they are very different. The people did not even dress the same as people now. Imagine living in a time where there was so little technology that...
Meredith (18) and her father Gordon (50) discuss how music from Gordon's childhood- the 1970s- has adapted for modern times and if modern music reflects the same changes.
Alexa Smith-Osborne (68) talks with her youngest daughter, Lydia Smith-Osborne (28) about her experiences as part of the first coed class at UVA, her early career as a social worker, and her perspectives on feminism.
interview my dad about life and his past
1st part of my 1970’s interview with my dad. We discuss many of the political topics in this part surrounding the 70’s.
I (Rhyann Clark) interview my dad (Damon Clark) about movies back when he was a kid vs now
Before big campuses like Campbell Hall, schools would be smaller and different then they are today. Alex Sanger, is a father of two who lived in Texas until he moved to LA, he went to elementary there and had lots...
My grandmother and I talked about her life in Vietnam before the Vietnam War. Then we talked about how it impacted her life and how she came to live in the Philippines.
Mimi talked about how she came to Provincetown in 1973 and found her way to the drop-in center as a 16 year old runaway. Part 2 of a 2-part interview.
today i talked to my dad about his life starting with his high school years ending with today
Mother and daughter talk about her experience with the desegregation of school going on in the 70’s
in this interview, my auntie, susan, talks about numerous events in her life. all interesting; both tough and funny.