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leahhatcher: 2022-04-20 18:45:43 Leah, 53 years old, and Kelah, 27 years old, are mother and daughter. Kelah shares about her childhood memories, shenanigans, siblings, friends, teachers and also about her hopes and dreams for her future.
Bobby Read (20) talks with his aunt, Laura Rosseisen (57) about her family, her career and the ways in which they have intersected and developed together in her lifetime.
Michelle Hayes (46) talks to her mother Barbara Hayes (73) about her life as a mother, wife, activist, educator and living through the pandemic in 2020.
Sophie Hauck (18) and her father Richard Hauck (54) discuss their relationship with one another and Sophie's upcoming departure for college.
Gina Kim was born and raised in Koreatown. She is a recent high school graduate and was planning on going to Yale in the fall to study English, but due to COVID-19, has been forced to take a gap year....
Joanna Sherman (21) talks with her twin sister, Laura Sherman (21) about what being a twin means and family relationship shifts over college and COVID-19.
One Small Step Conversation partners Milena Sterio (43) and Mark Duskey (61) talk about their upbringings, political values, and whether college should be free.
Daniel Hitz talks with his dad about his dad's childhood in both Indiana and southern California
Stephan Franczyk (13) is interviewing his dad, Paul Franczyk (46). This interview will include growing up in the 70s/80s, highschool, going to college, meeting his spouse, and more. I personally recommend you turn up your volume as this may seem...
Govinda Raju (84) talks with his granddaughter Tara Raju (17) about his childhood in India during British occupation and Indian independence. He also discusses his experience traveling to and living in England for graduate school.
Aruna Patil (68) talks with her son, Akshay (39) about her parents, growing up in various cities (Mumbai, New Delhi, Wellington) in India, and attending medical school.
Brian Chan (18) talks with his friend, Gabriel Cruz (17) about his childhood and upbringing, as well as his experience with the pandemic and how it has affected his life.
Nilabhro Ghosal(19) talks with close friend Allie Matthews(18) on the ups and downs of having disabilities, how Covid-19 has altered our life, and reminisce on the past and how we became friends.
This interview allows the listener to take a step into the life of a child during the 1970s.
Gavin Wagner (18) reflects with his Oma (grandmother), Siggie Wagner (71), about tornadoes, obtaining US citizenship, and growing up in post-war Western Germany. Through recalling memories and stories, we learn about how the world has changed and is still changing.
Mary Ewert: 2020-05-08 19:04:57 Dorothea Bellafiore talks with her youngest daughter about her life plus how Covid 19 has effected her.
Elly is 9 years old and her Grandpa Arnold is 88 years old. In the interview Grandpa Arnold talks about his childhood in a small village.
Lillian Miller: 2020-05-13 16:26:50 Barbara Miller (74) talks about her childhood, relationship with her husband Norman Miller, and her experience as a parent and grandparent.
As a retired shrimper from Lafitte, LA, Eddie Sapia, Jr. gives a first-hand account of how things have changed over his life. Mr. Sapia was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 27, 1934. He has lived along Barataria Bay...
Gordon Cummings (1919 - 2005), 77 years old at the time of this interview in 1997, talks with his son Thomas Cummings. (44)
Eric Ibarra (18) talks with his aunt, Julia Heaslip (58), about her childhood in Chile during a military coup and her experience growing up in Argentina and the United States.