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Hi! My name is Lucy Fortini. Ella Fortini is my big sister. She’s 19 years old. She’s had struggles in her past that cause a life long consequence. She’s strong and inspiring in many different ways.
I interviewed Giancarlo about various topics including our relationship, his college life, his passions, and his beliefs.
Jennifer S: 2021-02-09 02:47:27, Jennifer interviews Carol about being a career prosecutor.
Today, I got to interview my dad, Pete Knutson, who works at Channel 2 News. We had a very successful interview, where he is proud of winning an Emmy award, but at the end of the day, helping others is...
Jarrell Clayton (18) shares a conversation with his mentor Paul O'Brien (28). Together they discuss their friendship, Jarrell's experiences with the academic non-profit Thread, and his goals for the future.
Amber Secundino (26) and her mother Maria Aguilar (46) talk about their involvement with the Fresno EOC as a framework for expanding upon their similarities regarding why they love helping others in their work and beyond. They also talk about...
New friends Russell LeDay (63) and Shira Smillie (26) share a conversation about Russell's life path, his work with San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside, and his hopes for effecting positive change.
Andover Stories of American Identity: A thoughtful conversation with Amy Sebell, where she discusses her Jewish heritage, her dedication to helping people, her family, and her love for Andover.
Talking 1 on 1 with a Program Assistant at McConnell hall about family, helping others, where he grew up, and what he wants to do in the future
Patrizia Nave tells a story about how her oncologist in Italy provides a creative outlet for breast cancer patients, to help hospitals in Africa. This conversation was a part of the “All Together Now: Share Your Stories” program for the...
In this interview, conducted on November 26, in Greenville, South Carolina, Nyah Joudeh interviews her second cousin, Crystal Jarrouge, about her memories, beliefs, and thoughts. Nyah prompts Crystal to talk about her childhood including her favorite memory and those who...
Friends and survivors Vanessa Russell (48) and Reagan Griffith-Aragones (41) share about their friendship, their connection to dance and their relationship with God. Vanessa talks about her organization, Love Never Fails, that provides shelter and support to women and children...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Leah Okimoto was born in upstate New York, and after having to move to several places across the country, she settled in Marlboro, Massachusetts, where she cemented her childhood. In New York City, she pursued...
My grandmother, Dottie Hanly, had a hard life as many people have had. She grew up with 7 siblings in a small home, many people that were close to her were in the military, and she got cancer. After all...
life in the 40s and 50s, embracing life, unconditional love and care for everyone
My mom talks about how her childhood was. Then talk about life going to school in here hometown and then college. Later she talk about moving to San Diego and starting a family and how she met her husband my...
Mary Crocco (68) shares a story with her friend Kevin Buckley (67) about an unhoused woman that helped her when her car broke down.
For "The Great Thanksgiving Listen 2019", Jacob Dembin, a student at Egg Harbor Township High School, interviews his grandparents, Gail and Gill Dembin at his house in Egg Harbor Township. Gail and Gill explain many of their achievements both personal...
[Recorded Friday, March 31st, 2023] Romeo (27) and Milind (21) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Romeo is a first-generation immigrant and undergraduate student at UVA, as well as a student veteran. Milind is a first year...
I am interviewing Gabriela about her work with the community, how she has served and what she has learned about her community.
Brian Kates (51) and Lonni Miera [no age given] talk about their work in the neighborhood with the Meadows Park Community Center and the importance of helping others.
As part of The VOICES Project at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Narrative 48 is a male, 29 year old, adult vaccine participant speaking on COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial participation.