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- Japanese occupation of Philippines 108
- respect 108
- Family 30
- Love 28
- kindness 7
- personal experiences 6
- 716 more
- Providence 7
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 5
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
- Providence 5
- Andover Center for History and Culture 2
- Hear Me Now Providence 2
- TheGreatListen 2
- TheGreatListenFLHS 2
- 29 more
This is me talking to my grandfather Steve. We talked about a lot of things but Manley about his life. This helped me learn a lot of things . This was very good to hear and I liked this project.
Mom talking about someone she admired growing up that influenced her
Friends Jessica Winowich (38) and Rebekah Tucker (39) talk about the first time they met, issues around accessibility, Jessica's fashion, and the challenges that come with managing autonomy while living with a physical disability.
Sisters Gloria Weston-Smart (66), Joyce Thomas (64), and Joann Bynum Johnson (61) reminisce about their childhood together, remember family members who have passed away, and express gratitude for the tight-knit community that they grew up in.
Lena (64 y.o.) interviews her father, Vincent (90 y.o.) about immigrating to America.
In todays interview I had a discussion with my mother. I got a lot of Insight on her thoughts and how she grew up and it had a big impact on me
During this interview I learned a lot about the person that I was interviewing. I learned there passion there accomplishments Even learned the explanations of why this person is the way they are. Taking the time so sit down and...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Jim Batchelder, with thirteen generations in Massachusetts, recollects his life growing up in Andover. After becoming a beloved art teacher for many years, and working closely with the Andover Center for History and Culture to...
Me interviewing my father on what it is like to be a single parent.
Susan Mather (58) and her son Nicholas Mather (35) share a conversation about their family, their careers, their Faith, and their hopes for the future.
One Small Step conversation partners Robin Boone (66) and Jim Pokorny (63) discuss their formative political experiences, their relationship with Christianity, the importance of finding common ground with those of different political affiliations, and the essential goodness of human nature.
A brief interview with Ed Dunn, a Marine in the late 1950’s. Within our conversation, we discussed where he was stationed, life for him as a Marine, segregation, and how the Marines shaped him as a person and how he...
Jawaun Stamps (20) talks to his mentor at Lawndale Christian Legal Center, Heather Saunders (36), about his family, and growing up in the North Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago.
Holly talks about being an advocate for her trans son and how that led her to bedoming a member of several PFAC (Patient Family Advisory Council) groups before she found one at the Institute for Human Caring that was advocating...
I decided to record my sister Madison on her overall beliefs that are related to religion, god, researching/interviews for religion. It was a good interview to get a sense of her ideas and how the differ from others.
One Small Step conversation partners Dana Ellis (50) and Donna Nelken-Baker (71) connect over experiencing great losses of different kinds in their lives, seeing a man's presence as the backbone of families, getting people the resources they need, and being...
Lisa Belloli (50) speaks to her husband, Rick Belloli (52) about the influences that their parents had on them and what makes their marriage successful.
Her parents being treated differently gave her a new outlook on life and hopes that we can further forward to a day without racism.
Abbygale Mode (age 15) interviews her dad, Alan Mode (age 40). Many of the topics we discussed related to family and personal experiences. I (Abbygale) learned many things about my family through these questions and feel like I was taught...
Discussed his time with the Military Police during Word War 2; discussed his family and life lessons he’s acquired.
My father talked about some of the things that are most important to him. Some of these things are family, work and respect.
This interview is our project this semester. We talked about ethnographics with each other.
Acclaimed international musician, William Foster McDaniel shares how his formative experiences with the YMCA of Central Ohio and seven years as a camper at YMCA Camp Willson changed his life.