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- City of Moscow 11
- Moscow Farmers Market 11
- University of Idaho Extension 11
- Moscow Chamber of Commerce 10
- American Geophysical Union 7 108 more
I interviewed my former high school English teacher, Mrs. Jessica Salfia, about her views on community during COVID-19, the educational system, and her passion for her state.
A conversation with local residents, Colette DePhelps and her daughter, Raven DePhelps, about their Moscow Farmers Market traditions.
Bobbi and Sandra talk about why they come to the Moscow Farmers Market and how the market is part of local culture and local history.
Questions about technology versus religion. Insert Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde reference here.
Kayla and Nike interview Kerry Kidwell-Slack a College Park community member.
Samantha is a sorority member who grew up in a church and is passionate about Women’s Health.
Sadie interviews Duke graduate and engineer-for-change Lauren Harper.
Over Thanksgiving of 2019, Mia Chuma (15) and her 76-year-old grandmother, Kwitoslava Saluk Paschyn, conversed about Kwitoslava’s journey to America. Mia’s grandmother reflects on her past, how she escaped Ukraine with her parents due to religious and cultural persecution. Reminiscing...
I interviewed Mirae Mastroonardo on her experiences living in Park Ridge, IL and what kind of community Park Ridge is
Bayar and I spoke about the community-based conservation he directs and the power of knowing where and who you come from.
Joyce discussed the metamorphosis around working with the LGBT community from the early onset of the AIDS epidemic to celebrating the many contributions made to Laguna Beach.
In this interview with Sister Miller, we talked about the origins of the Hukilau performed by the people of Laie. Auntie Kela (Sister Miller) shared her experience as a youth serving, dancing, and preparing for the Hukilaus. Auntie Kela shared...
Friends Sandra Kulli (72) and Chris Pomeroy (54) discuss the development of their friendship, the organization that brought them together and how to stay connected in a city like Los Angeles.
Friends Wayne Dillard (56) and Salome Mwangi (50) recall how they met, the bonds their families have with one another and how each has learned from the other over time.
Franki FBK, writer, newspaper columnist, entrepreneur and freelancer, shares her views on the value of press freedom in the U.S. with Eline Marx, from PEN America.
Laurie Brown, Professor Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, has been a member of AGU for 46 years. She shares her observations on the growth of paleomagnetism at AGU and its importance in helping address climate. She also discusses how...
Living through a traumatic experience and living through dark secret but being able to succeed while suffering inside
Susan Amussen (65) interviews her mother Diane Amussen (89) about her community organizing and activism roots.
Aparna and Naga share their stories of the changes they have witnessed and made reality through their volunteer work with the Association For India’s Development
Jack Kaye, associate director for research at NASA's Earth Science Division, discuss his origins as a chemist and earth scientist, and how he was recruited to Goddard to be a chemist among meteorologists. "My boss would advertise me as his...
Marah Herbach ’01 and her mother Judith Katz ’66 recall the tangible and intangible connections they made at Wellesley, tying them to generations of Wellesley students.