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A father daughter duo interview where the daughter asks the dad some of the things she’s been wondering. Jada is leaving for college in a new state across the country and is leaving behind her biggest support system.
In this interview, conducted in November 2023 in Alexandria, Indiana Jacklynn Hosier (17) interviews her pops, Gary Hosier (71) about his childhood and what he wants for her in her future. He shares stories about his dad, his childhood, and...
Talking with my grandmother about growing up and her legacy
In this interview my great grandmother talks about her life in Nicaragua and the hardships she had. She also talks about the work she did and continues doing out of love.
This is about a interviewer interviewing a steelworker about the steelworker strikes.
We talked about what my mothers life was like growing up with her family, friends, and school teachers.
We talked about her life and what struggles she faced coming here to the United States
My aunt Nay Nay was adopted when she was six years old. I sat down with her for an interview to ask her about her experience with not only her biological family, but life with her adoptive family as well.
How my brother ( Jose ) explains his point of view of his life and how he handles life choices differently.
Our discussion includes detailed depictions of all main characters in the book/movie The Secret Life of Bees, as well as interactions between them. Important points and idle humor was also portrayed.
Kasey Cook and Colton Huelskamp talk with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Courtney Paolicchi about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.
In this interview, I ask my mother a series of questions regarding our family history, how she met my father, and her relationship with me. The interview is both interesting and emotional and displays the strong connection between mother and...
Debbie had a brush with death that forever changed her life. She is a wife, a mother, a graduate student, and as of December she is a brain bleed survivor. The odds were against Debbie, but she beat them. Here...
In this interview I talk with my mom about my great grandma, and learn about the traditions she started and the ones we’ll continue.
Ta’Neisha Marshall, 45, teacher. life stories about how she went through changes in her life.
I sit down with my mother and ask her questions about her life now and then.
This was very emotional and we talked about who we were inspired by and the lessons we’ve learned through out life.
Not finished. My grandma was very emotional when she was talking about her parents praying for her when she was very sick at the age the 7.
We talked about a lot. If you’re crazy enough, you should listen to it.