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Susan Colliton, 56, interviews her friend and co-worker Dolly Vanderlip Ozburn, 73, about how she came to be part of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball league and the advice she received from her father.
Colleagues Alan Pally (60) and Christine Karatnytsky (48) talk about their work at Lincoln Center. They reminisce about their firs jobs
Amelia Alice Vara (87) talks with daughter Mary Hernandez (65) and granddaughter Dawn Leal (37) about her service to her community.
Thomas R. Leach tells son Carlyle Leach of the diversity of his Brooklyn neighborhood as a child, discusses the place of African Americans in the sports world, and shares his predictions for the United States in this (2008) “Year of...
John Becker (65) interviews restauranteur, John W. Williams (64).
Jenny Bowen, 28, is interviewed by her colleague, Drew Meyer, 32, about her project “Faces of Asheville.”
Roosevelt Harris (68) has a conversation with his colleague Zack Carter (59) about the effect of the oil spill on his own family and on his community.
Charles “Lew” Tobin, 59, tells Sandra Medearis about running the first clown and juggling act in Nome in the early 1970’s. A tug boat captain, Lew would cruise into villages on the bow of is boat with a lot of...
Joe Heath (67) talks to Karen De Shazer (53) about living in Bullhead City, AZ and his work in the insurance business.
David Gortner 56, and Nancy Jones, 49 come together and talk about faith, community, parents passing, Covid, children, and being resilient.
Liz, 28, interviews Barb, 42, about her archaeological work at the Presidio.
Lily Horio (81) talks with her friend Shari Tamashiro (38) about her family and growing up in Hawaii during WWII.
Albert H. Lozano, 84, talks with his daughter Catalina Lozano, 58, about growing up in Mexico, his immigration to the US, his family and his varied careers.
Girl Scouts Victoria Ross and Ashley Sutton ask Allene Wilkie George about her experience as a Girl Scout. Allene has been a girl scout since 1932 and is a former President of the Girl Scout Council of Savannah.
Craig Jurgensen is interviewed by his son John Jurgensen about becoming a doctor, his focus on neurology, specializing in Parkinsons Disease and diagnosing and treating his wife for memory loss in his retirement.
Eileen, 63, interviews her son David, 28, about his work as a firefighter, his relationship with his family, and his values.
Susan, 35, interviews her mother Caroline, 64, about growing up in Oakland’s Chinatown, her work as a principal, and her family.
Angie Apodaca (74) talks with her daughter Cynthia Apodaca (47) about losing her son Eric to HIV/AIDS.
Amber DiPietra, 29, and Jessie Lorenz, 31, talk about their visual impairments, and how they navigate the world.
Senator Tim Mathern, 60 interviews his friend and former teacher William Weiler, 80, about mentors in WW’s life, WW’s involvement in the Catholic Church and about family.
Karen De Shazer (53) interviews local resident Mary Jane Erickson Terraza (82) about growing up in the Mohave area, her ranch and her animals.
Collin (40) and Cleo (50) talk with one another about their lives, activism, and being gay in the South.
Bruce tells Caz about the death of Richard Heakin and how it has inspired him to action in the LGBT community.