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A 12 year old boy turns into a police officer. On December 31st Viviana Rodriguez asks her grandfather, Rafael Hernandez, what it was like to start working in such a young age and then eventually transition into being a police...
Playing an instrument, painting, and traveling the world. These are what Stephen Hoffman would like to do when he retires. In November 2018, 15 year-old JJ Hoffman interviewed his grandfather, Stephen Hoffman, about his past and his future. The story...
This was my Great Thanksgiving Listen interview with my aunt :) We talked about her childhood and present day life + other stuff too!
What it’s like to be a young woman in 2018. The challenges, veiwpoints, and struggles
The ’80s what a time to be alive! My name is Vicente Navarro(14) and today I interviewed my aunt Silvia Higueros about being a child in the ’80s. I was very eager to find out how life really was in...
Asked her some questions, she enjoyed talking about her past and said that she liked doing the interview
Shay Makinde & Pedro Damasceno speak prior to a vigil held for the victims of the tragedy at Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14th, 2018— a day prior to the date of this conversation. Shay shares his first-hand experience...
I, David Nguyen, interview my mother, Lan “Tina” Nguyen for a school project on immigration. My mother, Lan, was a Vietnamese immigrant who escaped from the Vietnam War to America years ago as she tells us in this interview.
Three seniors from the class of 2018 talk about our high school experience and what it is like to go to Santa Clara High School.
#2018 #millennial #interview
Conversation recorded during a rally in favor of gun control laws— held in response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Highschool. David has appeared on several media outlets where he shares his experience in the tragedy.
Nelson, my dad, was very honest about the questions that I told him. He was very nice and did not react negatively.