Thanksgiving Listen

I’m this interview I interviewed my father, Bryan Howard on his life and his childhood. I asked a couple questions about his childhood, some things about his life now, and some things he would change.

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Janet McKeithan and Robbie Jones

Friends and colleagues in activism, Janet McKeithan (64) and Robbie Jones (62) talk about Janet's journey to ministry and activism and the impact of organization they work for in the community.

Radio and the music that moves us

Interview with Ken Murphy in the 88.3 KABF studio in Little Rock Arkansas. The interview was over the radio, music, artist, and all of the changes that have happened or are taking place now.

Mother Daughter Talk, 4/29/19

We talked about a range of topics; everywhere from happiest memories to most challenging experiences.

Grandma DeeDee

We talked about her childhood and what it was like for her growing up. We also talked about regrets and things she would change in th world.

Growing up in 1960’s

How growing up in the 1960’s differ from growing up in today’s world. As well as what you wish you would have known back then.

Interview with mom

An interview with my mother compare the differences in my 19 year old life today to her 19 year old life years ago

The Challenge of Change

My cousin Tori and I talk about her journey with moving four times, how she was shaped from those experiences and where she is now.

“you’re going to edit most of this out now right?”

my great grandmother had a very hard and difficult life. Here she shares her story of life in Iceland and how America was a massive change.

Freddys early life and how it’s changed him.

In this interview Freddy explained what he went through as a kid and how he is now living his life. He sounds very responsible and has a good head on his shoulders.How did your partner react to the interview? I...

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Joey Luau and Carol Velazquez

Mentor Joey Luau (24) and her mentee, Carol Velasquez (17), discuss growing up in the different neighborhoods of Los Angeles. The two recall the similarities between their communities, their fears and how they are making photography work for them.

Cindy Nguyen and her math teacher, Ms. Black, talk about growing up in New York and her life.

In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Chantilly, VA, Cindy Nguyen interviews Ms. Black about her childhood and life. Ms. Black shares her stories on how New York and changes, like a sudden adventure in the military, has made...

big changes

my sister has been a major influence in my academic life and now I get to ask questions about changes in her life and how did she deal with them.

“Live a little, true value of life”

Throughout this interview with my mother Jasmine i found out moments that shaped her life as a kid and her now as she becomes a grown black women. Throughout the trials and tribulations and good and joyful times it has...

La historia de mi Padre

In this interview, conducted in December 2, 2019 in Los Angeles, CA, Janet Luna (16 year old) interviews her father Maximino Luna (49 year old) about his experience on immigrating to the U.S at a young age. Max also discusses...

Progressiveism

Living through the 1950s to the 2010s

Miriam’s View on Mint Hill

Miriam tells me how Mint Hill has changed over the years and whether she believes these changes are positive or negative.

Keep going

I inquired about my husband’s childhood and life as an adult.

Brea Schaeffer interviews her mother, Jill Schaeffer, about Jill’s adventure through life.

In this interview, Jill Schaeffer (age 44) reflects on her life. The interview is directed in chronological order. It begins with her discussing her childhood. She talks of memories with her family. It then moves to her growing up. She...

Past Affecting The Present.

This is an interview between me the interviewer and my mom the interviewie. We discuss he past and how it has affected her and shaped her as a person to later shape me. My mother's story talks about events that...

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Leticia Battise and Ava Ahmadbeigi

Leticia "Marcia" Battise [no age given] shares her thoughts on the current U.S. political climate, acting and trying to find community in an increasingly disconnected world with StoryCorps facilitator and new friend Ava Ahmadbeigi (26).

Interview with Marcia Hecker

My interview with my grandmother who was born in 1940 and lived a happy life working in her shoe store and taking care of her family.