Kimiya Amjadi and Saloumeh Bozorgzadeh

Dr. Saloumeh Bozorgzadeh (39) has a conversation with her colleague, Dr. Kimiya Amjadi (54), about how they have mobilized during the pandemic to provide mental health resources for healthcare workers through the Caring for Our Caregivers Initiative.

Santana Lee and David Easterly

Santana Lee [no age given] has a conversation with her mentee David Easterly [no age given] about how COVID-19 affected their community, the recent Black Lives Matter protests, and the positive side of the pandemic.

Sandra Ann Nolfo and Beth Moeller for the 2020 Griswold Home Care Project on Resilience. "Inner Resolve, External Support and Gratitude"

Beth Moeller: 2020-09-11 15:18:03 Sandra Ann Nolfo, president of the Friends of the Bigelow Senior Center in Fairfield, shares her battles with two timely topics we are now wrestling with as a nation: prejudice and the coronavirus. Listen for tips...

Karen Krolak and Nicole Harris

Friends Karen Krolak (49) and Nicole Harris (40) discuss Nicole's self-designed artist residency, Busy is the New Black, and the lessons that Nicole learned from the project.

Interview with Cindy – a recently graduated medical resident

Carrie interviews her sister, Cindy, about her decision to pursue medicine and her experiences as a healthcare worker for a month in Kenya. Cindy also details her thoughts on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our healthcare system.

Capturing History at a Distance with my Parents

We chatted today about how the Coronavirus has affected us as a family. We created this recording via phone to ensure social distance practices. We have not visited with my parents since March 7th, and the outbreak really started to...

Delvin Wilson and Bee Delelisia Wilson

Delvin Wilson (56) and his daughter Bee "Delelisia" Wilson (28) talk about their family restaurant and catering business in Amarillo, Texas. They reflect on how they have shown up for their community during the 2020 pandemic and share how the...

Guadalupe Arreola and Ericka Jaramillo

Los colegas Guadalupe Arreola (39) y Ericka Jaramillo (31) hablan sobre su experiencia como médicos, los desafíos del covid-19, y la importancia de hablar y planificar para el final de la vida. [Colleagues Guadalupe Arreola (39) and Ericka Jaramillo (31)...

Edie Mueller and Shannon Howell

Edie Mueller (20) interviews her boss, Shannon Howell (43) about life as a K-12 educator during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vivian Garcia and Jasmine Garcha

Colleagues Vivian Garcia (31) and Jasmine Garcha (28) discuss their experiences with death, palliative care, and their role as doctors in helping families when a loved one is sick.

Dionne Jacques and Hy-Deia Walker

Dionne Jacques (53) shares a conversation with her friend and colleague, Hy-Deia Walker (27), about how they first became friends, their experiences of the coronavirus pandemic, and what led them to found a cooperative organization together.

Lisa Labovitch and Anita Mechler

Anita Mechler (39) has a conversation with friend and colleague Lisa Labovitch (39) about how their work experiences as library archivists have changed with the pandemic. They also share some anecdotes about their mental health, relationships, and creativity shifts.

Beverly Smith and Louise Harrison Lepera

Friends Beverly Smith (74) and Louise Harrison Lepera (53) share a conversation about their friendship, feminism and feminist thought, the Combahee River Collective, mental health, and the coronavirus pandemic.

Lynda Law Wilson and Helen Frances Casiday

Lynda Law Wilson (age 71) interviewed her granddaughter, Helen Casiday (age 20) about important life lessons that Helen has learned, and also about her experience with the Coronavirus pandemic.

Living History as a College Student

This interview is a part of the series of stories in the course Applied Journalism Seminar at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Ruth Rappaport, Conference/Travel Coordinator and Musician – COVID-19 Collective Memory Initiative StoryCorps Interview

"I miss the residents [of Brigham House] terribly... I occasionally have looked on the Boston Globe obituaries to see if they are all okay because assisted living homes have been hit terribly." Watertown Resident Ruth Rappaport talks about how both...