Kristin Farese tells a stories about her childhood best friend.

Kristin Farese tells us stories of her childhood best friend. She goes in depth with what her friend, Margot, taught her and their relationship today.

“I truly believe that being raised at Gary, that everybody has value; you just have to dig deep to find out what it is.”

Documenting the stories of the Graduates from Gary District High School (GDHS), a segregated school in the coal mining town of Gary, WV. The school closed in 1965. The graduates began to have reunions in 1966, inviting all alums. These...

Jackie Adkins and Theresa Adkins Lewis: A Mother-Daughter Conversation

On Mother's Day 2020, Theresa Lewis (48) interviewed her mother, Jackie Adkins (85), to discuss a range of topics that allowed Theresa to learn more about her mother. Specifically, they talked about Jackie's joys and sorrows throughout her life and...

"I'd like the school and the teachers and the principal to be remembered for the great impact they had on the students."

Documenting the stories of the Graduates from Gary District High School (GDHS), a segregated school in the coal mining town of Gary, WV. The school closed in 1965. The graduates began to have reunions in 1966, inviting all alums. These...

Growing up as Norma Hawkins

Norma Hawkins(76) shares a glimpse of what it was like when she was growing up in Missouri in the 50s and 60s

Evelyn Cope with Brother James Burkett and his wife Phyllis.

My Mother Evelyn Cope interviewing her Brother James Burkett during a visit to his home in 2016. James began suffering from Alzheimer's disease and passed away in 2019.

Impact of different environments on Identity in the LGBTQ community

Students from SUNY Geneseo, Valeria Espinosa and Kaitlyn McNeil talk about growing up in different homes and having different experiences. Individuals elaborate on how growing impacted their identity as being part of the LGBTQ community.

Can't fret over every egg

I interview a close friend over very short notice.

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Stephanie Pettys and Amy Nerenberg

One Small Step Conversation partners Stephanie [No name given] (76) and Amy [No name given] (62) talk about their political views, personal beliefs, and people who have greatly influenced them. They discuss the idea of the "silent majority" not remaining...

Izzy Kaller and her grandfather, Paul Kaller.

Izzy interviews her grandfather, about growing up Jewish, for her 2nd Grade INTERGENERATIONAL assignment. Interview took place on March 5, 2021 over Zoom.

Great Thanksgiving Listen Interview

I interviewed my grandma Silma Pereira, who grew up in Brazil and what her life was like there.

Our Eyes Have Seen (Episode IV: Life and Times of Thomas Henry Sheffler)

Part I: A multigenerational conversation about the events in history that we witnessed and how they affected us. We talk about culture, war, television, media, historical influences, points of view and legacy. Part II: Uploaded separately as Teacher Talk -...

2 Jenny Rask Interview 3/4 of Father Gene Rask about the births of his brothers and their relationship with their father.

Jenny Rask: 2020-08-25 Jenny Rask (49), Interviews father Gene Rask (88), about the births of his brothers and their relationship with their father growing up in Butte, Montana. Gene talks about his father's advice to his children, his parenting style...