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This is an interview of my mom about whatever she could remember about where we came from. Much of her life was spent either in Kentucky or North Dakota and ancestorally we come from all over Europe.
My dad and I talk about everything he has gone through in his life, from childhood to present day
This interview between my grandma Sharen and I, Wyatt Dyer was taken at her house in Malibu. This interview talked mainly about funny stories that my grandma Sharen has heard or seen to tell again. Whether it’s about me, my...
Abby tells me about her ethnicity and heritage
Questions ranging from growing up, family heritage, civil engagement, and future prospects.
Overall life experiences and differences in expectations. Family heritage and about our ancestors.
This is an interview with Stina Nanavati (mother) being questioned by John Nanavati (husband) and Ravi Nanavati (son). We asked questions about her family, the history of her talking feet, and a bit about her experiences with racism while growing...
Mon talks about her family’s Mexican heritage, her move from Texas to Chicago, and some of her favorite memories/ people.
In this interview I got mor insight on my mother. It was really nice to hear about her childhood and the way she was brought up.
Wyatt Childs, my grandfather, tells me a little bit about my family’s heritage.
Interviewing my father about his culture and background and how that impacted his life.
Short chat about growing up in California, what my dad was like, and reading. We also dabbled a bit with ethnicity and heritage.
In this interview I asked Emilio a little bit about his outlook on life, his family history, and his experiences as part of the LGBT community.
Mona talked about her Nubian heritage, traditions, customs, family and history.
I interviewed my big sister and asked her questions about our family and life.
He and I spoke about his childhood and growing. He goes into details about his jobs, love, and family. He also remembered the days back in the civil rights movement and his memories growing up in D.C. In the 50’s...
In 2016 I began interviewing my grandmother, who is now 89, to try and capture some of her stories before it’s too late. I initially set out to do a podcast, but life got busy so I’ve resorted to putting...
We talked about our family’s past and heritage. We also talked about my mom and my childhoods.
In 1968, Paul Neesan’s mother was pregnant with him as the whole family immigrated from Iraq to San Francisco. In Los Angeles, California, 14-year old Zachary Neesan interviews his father about his experiences growing up in a household where he...