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Rosa Rio, 106, is interviewed by her friend, Tara Schroeder, 45.
Dennis talked about his work as minister, which he deeply enjoyed, as well as about his family.
Marian Goldstine, 67, talks to her daughter Susan Goldstine, 38, about her grandparents, parents, and extended family, who fled Germany during the Holocaust.
Karen K. DeShazer (53) interviews Susam Zmrzel (67) about moving to the Bullhead City area. Susan talks about what the community was like and how it has changed.
Margie, 63, interviews Phyllis, 85, about her work in the lesbian rights movement and the influence that she has had on Margie’s life.
Karen De Shazer (53) interviews Don Laughlin (79) about his career in the resort and gambling business, his resort “Riverside” and the history of Laughlin, NV and Bullhead City, AZ.
Gwendolyn Henderson remembers her life in Tuskegee
William D. Evers, 83, talks with Peter Emblad, 43, about his life growing up in San Francisco and Marin County, his education and his values and lessons.
Mary Louisa Kanalos (88) talks with daughter Kill Kanalos (55) about her career as one of the FBI’s first female radio operators.
These 6 business partners came to the booth to tell the story of the beginning, growth, and success of their company, McNeely, Pigott, and Fox.
Evan Barrett talks to his coworker Pam Haxby-Cote’ about getting assigned to work in Butte on economic development issues, and the giant strides the town took to recovery.
Brenda Bafus-Williams interviews her mentor and colleague, Chuck Worley - who aside from being a very active conscientious objector to conscription since WWII, was also one of the founders for the Western Colorado Congress, a progressive non-profit dedicated to civic...
Cathy Bradshaw, 62, interviews her friend and former coalition partner John Juricek, 72, about their fight to keep a road from destroying historic communities in downtown Atlanta.
Amber DiPietra, 29, and Jessie Lorenz, 31, talk about their visual impairments, and how they navigate the world.
Craig Jurgensen is interviewed by his son John Jurgensen about becoming a doctor, his focus on neurology, specializing in Parkinsons Disease and diagnosing and treating his wife for memory loss in his retirement.
Angie Apodaca (74) talks with her daughter Cynthia Apodaca (47) about losing her son Eric to HIV/AIDS.
Collin (40) and Cleo (50) talk with one another about their lives, activism, and being gay in the South.
Bruce tells Caz about the death of Richard Heakin and how it has inspired him to action in the LGBT community.
Eileen, 63, interviews her son David, 28, about his work as a firefighter, his relationship with his family, and his values.
Senator Tim Mathern, 60 interviews his friend and former teacher William Weiler, 80, about mentors in WW’s life, WW’s involvement in the Catholic Church and about family.
Karen De Shazer (53) interviews local resident Mary Jane Erickson Terraza (82) about growing up in the Mohave area, her ranch and her animals.
Susan, 35, interviews her mother Caroline, 64, about growing up in Oakland’s Chinatown, her work as a principal, and her family.
Life and business partners Harriet Miller, 73, and Monica Wehrle talk about their involvement in the Ft. Wayne Womens Bureau, the Run Jane Run Sports competitions, and the All-American Girls Professional Baseball association.
Patrick Donohew, 43, talks with facilitator R. Lena Richardson, 33, about his friend, Jane Bresnick, who recently passed away. Patrick and Jane were lovers of StoryCorps and had planned to come for an interview together before her death.
Cindy Mckinney: 2020-12-21 16:54:20 Bill Stamatis discusses a meaningful retirement spent in East Marion New York, forming new friendships based on a passion for fishing, writing, woodworking, photography, and a life long love of the North Fork of Long Island.