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Talked to my Grandma Nichols about her life growing up in rural Missouri in the 40s
Regina Mitchell (59) is interviewed by her colleague and friend Jean Munson (33) about her participation in University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ “New Leadership” program. They speak about how the program has changed Regina’s life and how it has helped...
Goes in depth about her experiences and how she got to where she is today.
Reed Dietrick (16) talks to her mother, Allison Dietrick (48), who shares a story of reclaiming her identity and finding happiness after a lifetime of chasing external validation.
To summarize what we talked about, we talked about how her family was, heartaches, and alps happy times.
In November of 2016 considering the political climate at the time, many women had started to speak out on their sexual assualt or rape experiences, and today I speak with my mother on how she felt women are treated in...
I interview my mother about her experience raising her younger siblings after her parents were imprisoned by the East German government. This is a story of strength, perseverance, and overcoming extreme adversity while remaining true to her family and herself.
In the car we discussed various topics like prioritizing family over careers, first jobs, and the biggest influences on our lives.
Growing up with strong female role models, and keeping people close to the heart.
This was an interview about my Grandma’s life starting from the 40s progressing to present day. It has her thoughts, opinions, and ideas and how worldly events have shaped her.
An interview revealing the predudice within the arts and how women arts has suffered at the hand of elitist preferences. Discussed here is how fibers art is a cultural identity and one that is being swept under the rug.
One Small Step partners Laura Middlebrooks (53) and Ted Wiaziowski (47) have a conversation about how they have grown as people and the influences on their lives.
A story about a young girl living in South Korea who reflects on the depression she went through as a teenager and how it helped her start the journey of searching for her true self.
Twanda discusses the stereotypes facing Black women and the importance of empowerment and representation for Black girls and women in the United States.
Betsy Wade Legacy Fund Fellow Lauren McGaughy sits down with Betsy Wade, long-time New York Times editor and columnist, at the 2017 Journalism and Women Symposium in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
My Mom is Brigitta Woodward, born and raised in Kalrsruhe, Germany, and 59 years young. My parents married in Germany when my mom was 32, and she left her life there to move to upstate New York with my siblings...
Eva Wang (21) talks with her mother, Zhu Hongying (48) about the memory in her childhood and the reason why a woman need to have a kid.
An interview with my Grandpa, Jim Conway, about important historical events that have taken course in the United States throughout his life.
A discussion about the death of Laura's mom and immigrating from Germany
Kathryn di Giovanni looks back on America during her 101 years - race relations, the empowerment of women and how to survive crippling loss. An amazing positive take on life from a remarkably sharp and articulate 101 year old woman.