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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.
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.
Eric, 35, interviews Ruth, 69, about her career as an archaeologist and her more recent involvement with The Presidio.
Jann Cahoon (37) interviews her uncle, Harvey Cahoon (63) about the family brick business.
Benjamin Carr, 34, talks with his mother Jo Anne Patterson, 61, about his having cerebral palsy, how she and her ex husband managed to raise him so well, and the challenges they both face with disabilities
Chandra Blackwell, 40, interviews her mother Nadine Blackwell, 80, about her memory and involvement in Brown vs. the Board of Education, integrating the Topeka Fire Department, and integrating the downtown Topeka restaurants.
Mahendra Shah always wanted to make a “lasting impression” on society. He always wanted to make a change and have a purpose in life. As a child, he believed that having a “last impression” on society was to become a...
Judy interviews David about recording blues and folk musicians in the rural south.
Patricio E Baca (66) talks with facilitator Lilly Sullivan (26) about his family’s genealogy and the “Baca” name in his family.
Willie King tells his friends about the person who most impacted his life.
Patricia Kloiber is interviewed by her daughter, Kathleen Kloiber Koch about her life.
Francis Wong (72) talks to his wife Mary Ann Wong (62) about his life, his accomplishments and the things he is most proudest of.
James D Pitts III talks about his life with his son James D Pitts IV.
Joselyn Geaga-Rosenthal, 62, tells her son Jason Yam about her arrival to the United States, including the trip by ship, and about her political awakening in the United States.
Karen DeShazer (53) interviews her friend, Lewis Turner (78) about his ties to the Mohave Valley area. Lewis remembers the first time he visited Arizona and talks about his work developing agricultural land.
Two friends Andrea Kay Smith and Audrey Galex (52) who are both active in Atlanta’s inter-faith community speak about Andrea Kay Smith’s religious experience. After having lost faith as a teen, Andrea has been called by GOD three times.
Ana remembers her role and impact on the arts community in Houston, Texas
Zoe (14) interviews her mother, Ellin (?), about her journey to learn about the Kladno Torah that hangs in their synagogue.
John Lauer, Jr. interviews his father John “Jack” Lauer, Sr. about growing up in a coal town in PA and about how he met his mother.
James Leedy (79) talks to his daughter Stephanie Leedy (50) about James’ life as an artist and art instructor.
Margot Moinester, 22, and Arielle Moinester, 30, ask their mother, Susan Moinester, 56, about her parents who survived the Holocaust.
Lorrie and Rob talk about their experiences as friends and artists in Dayton, OH.
James Ritter, 85, tells his daughter Mary Wolfe, 49, about his work as a public school music education teacher.