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- Athens City Council 1
- Boy Scouts 1
- Mayors’ Partnership for Progress 1
- Ohio University 1
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- English 14
I interviewed my dad about his struggles growing up with dyslexia.
I interviewed my kickboxing coach. The questions I asked were about his life and how he grew up. I also learned about what type of martial arts he does. There were many things I learned that surprised me!
Spencer Strellis (80) talks to his daughter, Paisley Strellis (35) about his childhood in Chicago, and his experience moving to Guam and French Morocco. He also talks about his career as a public defense attorney, his family, his children, and...
Teresa Faruzzi (48) and her partner Carol Bradley (52) talk about the formation of their identities as disabled lesbian women.
Martin Olson (45) interviews his mother Ulla Olson (75) about her childhood and life in Sweden and later her move to the United States.
Spouses Lancelot Davis (79) and Lorelle Nelson (81) share a conversation about their perspectives on joy and death in the face of Lancelot’s precognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s disease. They also reminisce about the adventures they have had and appreciate...
Frances Murchison (62) interviews her father, John Murchison (92), about his childhood. He describes growing up during the Great Depression, what Wilmington, NC was like, his friends and family, and his love of sailing and fishing.
Michael Loman (51), also known as "Indian Elvis," and his producer, Norris Streetman (65), share a conversation about Michael's upbringing, his Indigenous identity, his experiences in the entertainment industry, his goals, and the wisdom he lives by.
How Tim Shaughnessy persevered through dyslexia
Spouses, Scott Savage (58) and Jennifer Savage (56), share a conversation about the books that Scott writes, their collaborative working process, the tours they go on together, and the power of books. They also talk about neurodiversity and the role...
Patrick Groulx (69) talks to StoryCorps Facilitator Helen Rubinstein (28) about his theory of “The Human Thermostat,” about overcoming his dyslexia, being an athlete at the Humana National Senior Games, 2011.
Steve Patterson shares the story of his life - an inspiring one of service to country and community - as well as reflections on living in and, presently, serving as Mayor of Athens, Ohio.
I interview my kid brother about what it was like to learn how to read, to be diagnosed with dyslexia, and what his relationship to books is like today.
Colleagues Jonathan Green (50) and Kaye Houlihan (59) share what made them want to become educators, how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their work, and their reflections on utilizing the continuous improvement model at Fort Hamilton High School.
Elizabeth "Ann" Hamlin (80) talks with Janet Wigodner (54) about her experiences as a adult literacy tutor.
A short interview talking about raising children and going through life with a learning disability
Edie Daly (83) and longtime friend, Michael Yates (76) share about their contributions to the community of Gulfport, as activist and organizer, respectively. They reflect on the passing of a human rights ordinance and their initial involvement in politics.
Robin Woods Loucks (71) talks with Spirit Trickey (32) about her experience as a student sympathetic to integration at Central High School during the 1957 desegregation crisis. ST's mother, Minniejean Brown, was one of the Little Rock Nine, and one...
Robert Jackson (57) talks with facilitator, Madison Mullen (24), about 40 letters he sent out for his 40th birthday, about how he learned techniques to help him with his dyslexia, and about the moral example his grandmother Margaret Jameson set...
Andre Garcia-Nuthmann (62) speaks with his best friend Victoria Evans (65) about how he became involved in music at an early age, how he continued his career by studying in Europe and later back in the US. He also talks...