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Mary Alexander [no age given] talks with her daughter, Jessie East (45), about her passion for music and how love of family and home has inspired her first album.
We talked about who my father is and the things and people in his life that are significant to him.
April 27 - July 23 book questions
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Dawn Walsh (58), one of the founders of the Lily House, a community home for the terminally ill, about death and dying.
This audio is about my great aunt Nat. Her daughter answers questions about her life.
Cristina, 30, speaks to mother, Celia, 59, about the dath of nephew, David, 22 years ago and the impact it had on their family. Cristina, 30 años, habla con su mama, Celia, 59 años, sobre la muerte de su sobrina,...
A quick conversation with my girlfriend Sabrina Chavez about family memories
It’s a brief and short interview on Ryan’s experience with death in funerals while growing up in a traditional Roman Catholic Itlaian home.
I chose to interview Natalie about her experiences with death. We focused on funerals and the differences between her Colombian traditions and what she has seen in America.
I interviewed my Godmother who has raised me and cared for me since I was born. We also talked about our family traditions and history.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Noe Rios and I have a conversation of what is like to live in the Rio Grande Valley in the United States and unable to visit family without any frequency. "Still having...
How death is viewed in different cultures. How perception of death changes.
Today I interviewed Reverend Sara, an Interfaith/Interspiritual Minister without walls.
A veteran shares his story about freedom.
When losing a family member, I had to be strong in order to get through it.
Ava discusses her norms and her preferences that are different from the average person do to her parents being divorce. Ava also talks about how she views death and how hers differs from the average American.