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I Casey who is 21 years old interviewed my Mom Sandy who is 48 years old. we discussed how might she give me future advice about my family and how she felt watching me grow up and her overall experiences...
In this interview, I sat down and chatted with my grandfather who is on my fathers side. In addition to that, we talked about how he grew up as a child in North Carolina and Chicago, his time in the...
During this interview I was able to learn more about Kesia and different stages of her life that impacted her development.
On September 27th 2023, Jamison Sevilla (19) from New Jersey sat down and interviewed Laine Emanation (18) from New York. Jamison met Laine this year at the Coast Guard Academy and both have lived on the east coast their entire...
Ann Hilton Fisher (66) interviews her mother Miriam Hilton (89) about what it was like being the child of missionary parents, the role that the Presbyterian Church and faith played in her life going forward, and the different types of...
Anna Paloma Williams (32) asks her mother, Luz Kenyon (58), about what life was like for her as she immigrated to the United States from Mexico and raised her children in a new country. They also discuss the female role...
This interview was an in depth discussion about progress and how her childhood has influenced her adulthood
Middle school teacher and I talk about narratives and the importance of independence, responsibility, challenging yourself and voting.
My mother had a very interesting childhood and was raised by a powerful and independent single mother, who raised her to be just the same.
Araceli McBeth, interviewed by her daughter Janelle, shares humorous and crucial memories from her childhood. Araceli acknowledges the tremendous effect her mother had on her as a teenager and explains how this affected her desire of becoming a mother. Throughout...
Partners Fred Roe (53) and Nicole Molumby (44) talk about how they first met in January 2020 through group therapy sessions, and how their relationship has evolved in self-isolation together during COVID-19.
In this interview, Dr. Nuran Nabi chats with his grandniece about the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971 and his involvement in it. He speaks about his participation in a group called the “Freedom Fighters”, a social activist group that fought...
Savannah speaks with Dennis about her experience living and working in Washington, DC the summer after her freshman year of college. Savannah discusses her determination to experience somewhere new, and how she was able to make it happen for herself....
This interview is filled with important components of my mom’s life.
One Small Step partners N. Garrett (51) and Adrienne Landgraf (75) enjoy a conversation where they explore how they came into their political beliefs and act on their values. They find many similarities between them, including work in the juvenile...
Janis Prince (54) shares a conversation with her spouse, Orin Inniss (58), remembering Janis’s mother, Eula Prince.
Leigh Shaffer (21) talks to her mother Sandra Shaffer (58) about her experience as a working class woman in the 80s, working in real estate, sales, and other fields.
Expressing the life of a doctor from india who has come a long way to have a successful life in the US
Akili Brown talks to his friend Alexis Peskine about their time at Howard University together, the Jamaican school system, their favorite music and how they want to be remembered.
Kirra Hyder interviews Sharon Stockbower, her grandmother on her dad's side of the family. Funny stories, unique facts, and many, many traditions are shared.
Lydia Weiss (33) and Kyle Holsinger-Johnson (36) discuss childhood memories and experiences, identity, love, and navigating life. They talk about their relationship with one another and how it started, as well as their personal growth and proudest moments.
Growing up in West Texas, opening the first hospital in Alpine, TX, and raising children.
Stacee interviews her mother about the time in her life when she was single and free.
Cheryl Hewitt (58), a Stanford Health Care patient, talks with David Grady (59) about her struggles and triumphs in navigating school and health care with a lifelong disability.
My grandma’s the most influential person in my life. So, interviewing her was amazing because these questions were very deep. Growing up in the small town of Manasha, Wisconsin, my Grandma thought she’d always be there. When she met my...