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In the year 1969, a young Dennis Bidwell gathers around the tv with his buddies in the basement of his college dorm. But the men aren't watching a sporting event or game show—They are watching the military draft for the...
My interview summary: I interview my grandma about living in the 50's and 60's. She talks about her childhood, and what it was like in high school during a time of racial tension. She talks about taking a group of...
An interview with me (13yrs) and my grandpa (70yrs) about his life for school
My father, Robert Berry, lived through an interesting time- the last US Military draft. I sit down with Mr. Berry and talk about his experience in the US ARMY.
James Connolly interviews his grandfather, Ernest Mathewson. Ernest describes his experiences with luck and fate. Ernest started as a somewhat troubled middle school student. During high school he was sent to a military school where his grades drastically improved and...
The story of my grandfather and his life story. His hardships and his great times, what he enjoys and what he dislikes, and what his morals are.
Sunni Brown Wilkinson (45) interviews her father, David M. Brown (71), about his time, experiences, and takeaways from the Vietnam War.
My friend Dick Hermann, an attorney, author, and columnist writes often about his passion for education reform. We talked about this.
Tina Krasno (76) talks with her granddaughter, Eliza Darling (17) about her experiences living in the United States during the Vietnam War.
This interview discusses some of the main questions from my informal research on the topic of feminism in today's society.
Most people can't imagine enduring the hardships of war, especially at the age of 18. On November 28, 2017, 14 year-old Olivia Reiner interviewed her great-grandfather, Richard Crum, about his experience in the US Marine Corps during World War II....
Father and son Austin Naughton Sr. (90) and Austin R. Naughton (49) talk about Austin Sr.'s military service during the Korean War and a family trip they took to Korea in 2019.
Alexis Rutt (37) interviews her stepfather, Lloyd Mast (76), about his childhood upbringing, being drafted for the Vietnam War and living in Cincinnati, and about the way his faith has evolved over time.
Thomas Thias (65) tell his mentor, Jerry Norris (53), about his childhood, including experiences with high schools wrestling. The two also discuss Thomas' passion and activism for electric vehicles.
Rachel Schmidt (41) sits down with her father, Fred Jones (79), to ask him about his young adult years. Fred shares stories from his time studying at the Georgia Institute of Technology and from his time serving in the U.S....
Sarah "Sally" Butzin (76) interviews her husband, Peter Butzin (77), about his involvement in the draft resistance movement during the Vietnam War.
Adam Hoffhines (42) talks with his grandparents Laverne Shaw (85) and Ralph Shaw (87) about their childhood experiences in rural Oklahoma, California, and Kansas. They also discuss living through World War II and differences in parenting styles through the years.