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Interview with my cousin Nicole. Allowed her to tell her story and allowed me to listen and show compassion.
Joyce Patterson-Rogers (85) remembers her daughter, Meredith, with her son Norm Rooker (64). Norm reflects on the different experiences that led him to choose a career as a paramedic and firefighter and Joyce shares about her radical feminist past.
Traci Ruble (44) interviews Berie Wolf-Bowen (34) and Andrew Law (46) about their experiences as listeners for Sidewalk Talk. Berie and Andrew talk about their memories of listening and being listened to when they were children, and what they gain...
An interview on what values and traits makes a person or group family.
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 interviewed Dr. Jeffrey Harris for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno's...
Joanna: 2020-07-27 00:14:46 Joanna (20) interviews Kaitlin (20) on her school district's representative, empathy-driven curriculum, how it informed her involvement in advocacy work, and how candid conversations can develop understanding of anti-racism.
Michael and Hope Coleman talked about how they met, their decision to move into a home that could accommodate large numbers, and the importance of giving back to their community.
Santi lugo has lived in multiple different places and has many experiences with many different kinds of people.
When I was 9, I wanted to work in the mental hospital. My grandma used to tell me stories about it all the time, so I asked my grandma a couple questions about it. I now think that working in...
Sisters Charlotte Jones (72) and Lynn Newcomb (69) remember their life and upbringing with their physically handicapped older brother Craig.
I interviewed Dr. Sarah for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno's book...
Husband and wife duo Steven Hennig (58) and Adele Messner Hennig (58) discuss their life together, their influences, and the lessons they learned along the way.
Aliyah reviews her previous experiences, both in childhood and throughout her young adult life, reflecting on her most crucial memories and experiences, and giving advice to the future
What does Peace mean to oneself and for the community from a youth perspective in Kashmir. Kamran shared his reflections around what he does to create peace at different levels as a member of the community, helping us refocus on...
Two early twenties friends sit down and have a talk about pleasant memories, the current state of the world, and even some explorations of ideologies and how growing up over these last four years means to someone.
This was an empathy interview to listen to the different points of view people have
Cheri (35) shares with her friend and colleague, Melody, about her work and what drew her to Providence Health
An Interview with the Associate Director of Writing and Academic Support, Academic Success Center, Stripe Gandara.
Alison and Bridget talk with her children about making the family decision to welcome a newborn into their family. Cash has changed their family for the better and helped their children gain a new perspective on life!
In a conversation with Alison, Katie talks about her family, raising girls to be strong, smart and bold, and becoming acutely aware of gender in her role as an advocate for young women in Richmond Community Schools. Katie shares her...
Gloria Dunn-Violin (81) speaks with her husband, Donald Violin (87) about the similarities in the ways they grew up, both as first generation Jewish-Americans, and the way they came into one another's lives later in life.