Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
- Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis 2
- Mind the Gap 2
- AIDS Project LosAngeles 1
- Amway Corporation 1
- APLA 1 30 more
This will help you grow not only as a person but as a friend for anyone else
Twanda discusses the stereotypes facing Black women and the importance of empowerment and representation for Black girls and women in the United States.
Lisa Coffey [no age given] tells StoryCorps facilitator and conversation partner Lea Zikmund (23) her experience surviving Hurricane Betsy and how the lessons learned from that event relate to the COVID-19 crisis.
This interview discussed how we as people need to just use our gift to help not only ourselves but each other. Being true to ourselves helps us find success but leaning on family and friends is also necessary in our...
My grandfather was able to tell me about his life as a child, his hopes and wishes for his family, and his life in the service
We discussed my Grandma's upbringing as an American Jew in New York. We talked about various topics such as her family history, falling in love with my Grandpa, and her hopes and dreams for my future
In this interview, made in January of 2018 in Flemington, New Jersey, Luke Stafford interviews his mom Jennifer Stafford about her past and how it affected her in her life. She talks about her art career and that she went...
We talked about our views on the government and mainly what my mothers views and opinions were.
This is my story of how I treated my depression and what helped the most.
My mother, Celica Salgado, details her life experiences from childhood to adulthood to share how she kept pushing forward through anything that blocks her way to her and her families future.
I took a little time to interview my mom, Maria, and just talk about her life and how she grew up. We discuss movement in life and how times have changed since she was born.
Hear Karen Marie Smith (74) of Ridgefield, CT share how a commitment to positive growth, faith, love and a choice to see life with a sense of humor can move us forward through life's challenges and pain. Hear how life...
I weave my life into the greater story of 1934 to the present, the Great Depression, rural America, the child games we played, while man I would marry fire bombed Tokyo,the second world war, repression of the 1950s,west coast jitters...
Have you ever moved? Across states? Countries? Continents? My grandma has. I am Alyssa Bojenkova and I interviewed Genny Saitova. I am 14 and she is 76. At 1:30 my grandma begins to talk abot ber childhood pet, my favourite...
Anthony "Tony" Arguien (52) discusses his upbringing and shares his Hollywood ambitions and struggles with homelessness with new friend and StoryCorps facilitator Mia Raquel (24).
My father's past, both happy and difficult memories, and his hopes for the future.
Our family background and its influence on us, and my mother's personal aspirations and perspectives.
In this interview, conducted in January 2020 in New Hope, PA, Alex Scott (14) interviews her grandfather Tony Hassini (75) about his life and the incredible story he has to share. As the founder of the International Magicians Society, Mr....
What did you think your life would be like? Esteban dives into different areas of his life and shares insight that he learned along the way.
I interviewed my former high school English teacher, Mrs. Jessica Salfia, about her views on community during COVID-19, the educational system, and her passion for her state.
All things work together for good Is a lighthearted story about my basketball coach in junior high school who was able to see the good while everyone else saw the bad during a basketball game.