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It was an interview where we didcused my grandfather the aftermath of the hurricane and other stuff
We talked about her childhood and the struggles that she faced growing up. As well as where her life has taken her now. We talked about the people and events that have influenced her life as well as the harder...
Reflecting about the gentrificatioj of grove park
They were living in Seguin, Texas, when they met at a high school dance. After 55 years of marriage, Harvey Oyler talks about the secret to his long relationship with wife, Ann.
Interviewing my mother and how she came to the United States
In this interview, I asked my grandma a few questions that I thought were worth asking about her life. The questions asked were ones that allowed me to get to know my nana a little more.
Both mothers had big families and mothers died when they were very young. Rose was the youngest of 10 kids! And didn’t mean some of her siblings until she was 15. Her father died when she was young also
How hard it was growing up at 15 years old married.
Seto You, age 92/93 or 97/98, is interviewed by his son, Ed You, age 26, about his early days in the USA. He arrived from China in 1916, worked as a cook in this country well into his 80's. He...
I, Violetta Fajardo, asked my grandma some questions about her life and what she has to say
south bronx, air force, spanish and african american minority
Fifty eight year old Bobbie has lived in prison off and on for more than half his life. He has no skills, but looking for a way to make some money.
A life story of Laura McWater
This is my second story corps. Disclaimer: I had problems with the microphone on my I pad and it kept saying this message about how it was experiencing problems. I thought the video had stopped recording after that, but it...
I interviews my old teacher from elementary school and middle school. She has known me since I was very little and has name a huge impact on my life.
I interviewed Janice and Paul and I learned a lot about what life was like for them.
I think that Garret had a very interesting life and had a lot of wisdom to share.
Jason and I talked about his job, his childhood memories, and how he came to be who he is now.
My wife and I reflected on our life before and during the quarantine, as well as our hopes for life beyond.