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In today’s society people are celebrating LGBTQ people with parades and festivals, rather than spreading hatred towards them, but this wasn’t always the case. In November of 2018, 14 year old Sofia Brandon-Schwartz interviewed her father, Carlo Brandon to learn...
Jeff and I talking on the patio of our childhood home. He shares with me lessons he has learned about life.
Very pleasant, always nice to make me think about what I love about Laguna Beach. Laguna is and has always been inclusive.
My best friend Lyle has been transitioning from female to male over the past 3 months, so i thought I’d ask him a few questions regarding what it’s like to be trans in our generation.
the hardest part about immigrating was acceptance. Luckily, Bear moved to SF and got off a plane unlike many of his peers in school who he bonded with over their immigrant backgrounds.
Interview with grandmother about how culture has changed and how it has changed her
A dad and his adult daughter talk about the happy moments early in his first marriage, overcoming shyness, and being bullied
Korey described life for him in Laguna Beach both past and present.
Blood is thicker than water is not the full quote. Blood of the covenant (your friends) is thicker than the water of the womb (family). My interview with a witch.
Curtis Reliford talks about overcoming racism and serious adversity to find and fulfill his life’s purpose which is helping those who are experiencing hard times: hurricane Katrina victims and the Navajo and Hopi people. Curtis describes how he follows his...
Taking with my grandparents about values family and love.
My mother has been through a lot with migrating to this country and raising five kids
This is an interview for The Great Thanksgiving Listen 2018. Myself, Alia Yannone, interview my grandmother, Judy Smith in Brigantine, New Jersey on November 22, 2018. We discuss how my grandma grew up and what she has experienced over her...
This interview is the story of my gay uncle and the sad truths about being gay, but also the fact that it truly does get better.
I asked her who her biggest influences were growing up, what led her to become an elementary teacher, what she is most proud of besides her children, and what she wants to accomplish with the rest of her life.
Anne has a conversation with her 92 year-old mother, Megan, about her life journey with homosexuality and love.