Story Corps Interview (Human Growth and Development)

Amt Interview includes me Shelby Bennett and my mom Crystal Bennett. We discussed her opinions on her parents affect on her development.

The Life and Wisdom of Diana Prinz

Diana tells her life story, speaking of family, addiction and recovery, incarceration and reentry, challenges and resilience, and shares words of wisdom gained through hard-fought experience.

Mr. Green

Mr. Green is my former 7th grade science teacher and is now my advising counselor for a college prep program called Upward Bound. Growing up he faced challenges and preserved to get to where he is today. He has been...

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Larry Weissman and Ryan Sawyer

Larry Weissman (69) talks with his friend Ryan Sawyer (43) about Larry's history as an activist, his experience growing up in the 1960's and 1970's, police brutality and corruption, drug experimentation and LSD, the Black Panther Party, the White Panther...

A fathers journey

A man had to go through the struggles to change his mindset. For his kids, siblings, and the people he loved. “The greatest accomplishment in my life are my children.”

Addiction Interview #1

KP: Today I’m interviewing a close friend of mine on her older sisters heroin addiction. So, you we’re about three years old when your sister started using, is that right? NA: Yes, that’s right. I remember her being around here...

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Shyronn Jones and Reggie Smith

Reggie Smith (57) interviews Shyronn Jones (35) about her childhood in Brooklyn, NY. She remembers starting to take care of herself at age 16 and reflects on being a single mother with HIV.

Knowing the Parent’s Point of View of their Child as an Alcoholic

I interviewed my mother, Leila Halligan, about her son and also, my brother, Blair, about his use of drugs and mainly alcohol. We discussed the history of his addiction and how he is doing in the present. Transcript of interview:...

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Sara Tickel and Robert Tuttle

One Small Step conversation partners Sara Tickel (41) and and Robert A. "Bob" Tuttle (76) talk about drug and alcohol addiction as well as gender and identity issues relating to labels and stereotypes.