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Edith E. Johson, 80, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Jaimie Johnson, 26.
Cesar Mejía, 80, y su esposa Mercedes Mejía, 75, le cuentan a su hija Katherinne Sardena, 32, acerca de sus vidas en el Perú y su amor por la música y el baile peruanos. [Cesar Mejía, 80, and his wife...
Martin Bisi is interviewed by Shawn Setaro about his parents, growing up in New York City in the 60s, musical influences and his music career.
Kathryn Adisman, 57, interviews her friend and former dance teacher, Mary Anthony
Sarah Padgett (24) interviews new friend Brandy Tolbert (34) about Brandy’s childhood, her family, and her children. Brandy also talks about her role as the director of the Literacy Alliance and how she discovered her passion for literacy work.
Tatiana Orlov (27) tells Linda Wang (23) her reasons for moving to New York City, how her interests changed from working in the Music Industry to Community Involvement, and how she became involved with the non-profit organization Art for Change.
Henry Ortega, 87, interviewed by his friend and fellow Mariachi group member, Sheli Cryderman, 38. Henry talks about developing an early love of music growing up in Oakland, his many memories as director of Mariachi Ortega, and sings some favorite...
Aldo Tollini (89) talks with his grandson David Johnston (47) and his granddaughter Michelle Johnston (42) about his life as grape-grower, his love of his wife, and his time playing baseball.
Kim Schaff (53) and Laura Norris (48) talk about their friendship and their families.
Rosalie Crotts (66) speaks with her father Rene Ceniceros (90) about meeting her mother when they were young, in East Los Angeles, and the life they built together.
Joseph Wesolowski (76) talks with his wife, Wendy Wesolowski (59), about growing up as a street kid in the East Village of New York City, high school, his career in Engineering and adoption of their children.
Jay Kickliter interviews his father MErton Kickliter about when his plane crashed into a dike during the Korean War.
Etelvina Hernandez (81) is interviewed by her daughters, Monica García (47) and Maribel Barrera (45) about her childhood in México, her life in the U.S. and her job with Mary Kay Cosmetics.
Physician James E. Jackson tells his children, James Jackson and Stephanie Christmas, of his work in the medical field and of the importance of attending Morehouse College for him as an illiterate young man.
Marty talks about his interest in Zydeco music, his children and his work as a hostage negotiator in the Seattle police dept.
Mark Richards, 31, talks to his wife Sarah Richards, 30, about his birth in Colombia, his adoption, growing up in New Jersey, their meeting, marriage and new-born baby.
Heather Sher (40) interviews her grandmother, Rheba Sher (89) about growing up above the family bar in Baltimore, adopting two sons, and retiring at 85. Heather and Rheba now live together.
Lorenzo "Larry" Lopez (no age given) and Carmen Benavides (82) talk about growing up together in Michigan and their Mexican and Mexican-American heritage.
Bernice Baker interviews her friend Gloria Harris about her siblings, climbing trees and jumping trains in Petersburg, VA, and moving to California with her infant son.
Patricia and Christine interview their parents, Reggie and Robert about their lives.
Bernard Gersten, 86, by his friend and colleague, Anne Cattaneo, 56, about the Lincoln Center Theater.
Tammy Gomez interviews her mother Margie Gomez young life and her life now.
Michael Rex Tabler (76) and his daughter, Chelan Kleyn (48), remember Paul Lauzier and share a conversation about the work they've done together at the Paul Lauzier Foundation.