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- 1990s, Nineties 16
- 1980s, Eighties 13
- 9/11/2001, September 11, 9/11 13
- 1970s, Seventies 11
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I interviewed my neighbor on how social media changed from the early 2000s to now
2019 interview of zakia beik, the story behind an amazing friend.
We talked and shared about the issues we feel happy and happy in life. We share with each other what we have been through and are trying and we feel happy to know each other.
we was talking about his childhood and thing and who was the most important person to him.
An interview about what 9/11/01 was like for someone who was alive the day of the event and his feelings about it afternoon
I interviewed my fiance about his experience with comic books and comic characters growing up.
My mom answered my prepared questions, and then we talked more about the recovery but in a broader view, like what our country as a whole did to support it. I can provide a more specific translation
I interview my good friend about his life, we discuss immigration from Monterrey, NL to Laredo,TX and how that impacted his life. Mexican culture regarding family and friendship. Growing up between Mexico and Texas, living on the border.
My father and I decided to talk about his personal experiences with alcoholism and drugs, a story which has been important and informative to me for as long as I’ve known it, and that I wanted to share with other...
My cousin Kelly and I both sat down to reflect and talk about our past, present, and future thoughts
Life as a kid
we talked lots about social media and fashion and how it evolved and impacted people’s lives
Overall we should be thankful for what we’ve been through good or bad
we talked about how childhood, what has impact her life and favorite hobbies.
We talk about how we met.
I (Kira Leavitt) talked to Marcia Via my grandma about our family and her childhood. I also asked her about advice for the future.
Aissata opens up and tells her story
In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Oakton, Virginia, Devan Fink and his mother Jodi Fink discuss how cell phones have changed the lives of millions. Mrs. Fink talks about life before cell phones, how her life has changed...