Marlo Faulkner and Bob Smee
October 20, 2022 App Interview

Marlo Faulkner, 80 years old and Bob, 75 years old meet for the first time and talk about their ancestry, politics, and serving their community

Bryon Kelly and a story of his life.

In this interview that was conducted on in May 2022, I (Michael Kelly) interview my father(Bryon Kelly) about his childhood and current life. Bryon shares his early childhood experiences about growing up in Glendora. He then transitions into how serving...

Dylan Running Crane and Sean Chandler

Dylan Running Crane [no age given] interviews her colleague Sean Chandler (51) about his perspective and connection to his art, language revitalization, and Indigenous culture.

Michelle Sauve and Katherine Chon

Michelle Sauve [no age given] talks with her colleague Katherine Chon [no age given] about her childhood, her family, and how her childhood memories and family roots in Native American communities led her to pursue a career supporting Native American...

The Modern Native American
December 8, 2022 App Interview

An interview with a 1/2 native girl about her native culture and how it plays into her modern life.

Stephen Fox and Leonard Hayes

One Small Step conversation partners Stephen Fox (72) and Leonard Hayes (61) discuss the power of divisive media, the importance of transparent government, and the challenges that Native Americans continue to face.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

We spoke about the of cultural importance and past youthful experiences.

Miko Thomas: Native American Drag Queen and Activist

Dr Livingston interviews the man behind the queen, Miko Thomas, aka Landa Lakes. Choosing a protest name for his female persona, Miko has sent decades carving paths for future generations. In this interview, Miko talks about life as a child...

Maurice Wilson and Stacia Morfin

Stacia Morfin (34) and her uncle, Maurice Wilson (65), share their knowledge, wisdom, and medicine, as well as the five pillars of cultural preservation for indigenous traditions.

Patti Palmer and Danny Bell

Danny Bell (73) talks to his friend Patti Palmer (61) about his life growing up in a Native American community in North Carolina. He shares the untold story of the American Indian and he talks about the importance of bringing...

Lori Rausch and James (Jim) Rausch

Lori Bruggman Rausch, 67, tells husband, Jim Rausch, 68, about her life growing up in North Dakota and Minnesota. They discuss their decades-long marriage and the many moves the family made due to Jim’s career as a Kimberly-Clark executive. They...

A conversation with my grandmother

Please, If you have suffered from abuse or anything. PLEASE DON'T LISTEN, THERE IS HEAVY TOPICS IN THIS INTERVIEW. Me and my grandmother spoke about her past, growing up with her father who went to a boarding school. We both...

Lorne Jeff, Boyi Dong, Alma Cavira, and Julius Cavira

Husband and wife Julius (40) and Alma Cavira (37) have a conversation with their friends Boyi Dong (30) and her husband Lorne Jeff (31) about their childhoods, their education and their minority experience.

Regina Dijeau and how she lived her life

Today I interviewed my mom on her experience with life and she told me a lot of personal and fun details. She is a very good story teller and I believe there isn’t a dull moment in this interview. I...

The life of a Native American Medicine Man and Shaman

Don Ed Cook is a Native American of the Chickasaw, Choctaw and Cherokee tribes. He has also been adopted by the Lakota tribe. He was adopted as a toddler by a white school teacher in Hendrix, OK named Veda Cook...

Mama Jackie & Me

I interviewed my grandmother, Mama Jackie for my history project. We discussed our family history, traditions, and ancestry. I learned a lot about my family history during my interview with grandmother.

Rebekah Williams and Amanda Williams

Rebekah Williams (54), talks with her daughter, Amanda Williams (31), about her childhood, her faith, marrying an Indian and experiencing both acceptance and racism, and her optimism.

Preston Arrow-Weed, Ila Dunzweiler, and Helena Arrow-Wood

Friends Preston Jo Arrow-Weed [no age given], Helena Quintana Arrow-Weed (78), and Ila Mae Dunzweiler [no age given] discuss their non-profit radio station, some plays that Preston has written, and thoughts they have about outsider representations of Native Americans.