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- Oral History 54
- collective memory 10
- Coronavirus 9
- COVID-19 (Corona Virus) 9
- Coronavirus Pandemic 8
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- Watertown Free Public Library 10
- Town of Watertown 5
- Guapamacataro 2
- Mural Arts Philadelphia 2
- Tacony Arts Lab 2
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Oral interview with Mr. Smith (teacher) about America, living in different areas, status, and childhood.
My nice coworker shares with me her immigration story. She is as a many people who came to The United States and make this country her home.
David Bray (Grandson) interviews Louise Bray (Grandmother) about what she has experienced in her life, what she feels everyone should know, and how you should stay true to your values.
Alva talks to the Luboffs about their many years of life in New Providence
Meet Niki Giberson, basket weaver, jammer, felter and mayor in this Women's History Month Special!
Judy and David talk about Judy's life in NP over the years. She shares stories of fun celebrations our town used to have, such as the Paul Revere anniversary ride in 1975.
Andrew Burdick and Dave West in their third Storycorps Connect interview. Dave explains the background of Odyssey of the Mind, an organization he has volunteered with for ~20 years. He then recounts some of his favorite anecdotes of moments of...
"Call volume in general is down...there's a lot of people who have really been afraid to go to the hospital so they haven't called us, because they don't want to go to the hospital and risk getting infected with COVID."...
"Once you first started hearing about the idea of 'what if there are not enough ventilators?' and we had to create a criteria for doctors to evaluate who is going to get what kind of treatment, my very first thought...
Marta Pearson (72) talks with her friend DeAnna Hadley (52) about sympathy, empathy, racism, the pain it causes and the need for African-American stories to be shared. She describes seeing a raw cotton field for the first time, being denied...
Angela Meyers (41) has a conversation with colleague Chris Sturdevant (49) about Chris's passion for researching and writing about the the Cold War, his interests, and influences that led him to become a librarian and historian.
"We walked out of school on Thursday March 12th, thinking we would be gone just for a weekend – only being still out of school… how do we keep changing this model, day to day, hour to hour?” Stacy Phelan,...
This interview is about a Chinese International student in University of Idaho. She will talk about her personal experiences in China and America.
This is an interview between Misty Halsey and Deanna Halsey for Misty’s HUM 150 class.
"Tell people that you love them, and bring a book." Joshua Parker is a Librarian at Harvard University and a substitute Librarian for the Watertown Free Public Library. He talks about the fabric of his Watertown Community and how he...
"I am a strong believer that health care is a right, an entitlement... I am hoping that on that front that we, globally and in our country, will come to realize because [of COVID-19] that health care is a human...
Deb Javit, alumni of Hartford College for Women tells about her experiences at the school as an attendant from 1982 - 1984. She is being interviewed by Tea Morin, the Fall 2020 intern for University of Hartford's Women's LEAD Center.
Gabby tells us about how she was born and raised in Guapamacataro, Maravatio, Michoacan, Mexico, and how she is caretaker with her husband and daughter at the Center for Arts and Ecology. Gabby is also an organic strawberry farmer and...