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En esta entrevista, Domingo habla de su camino de México a los Estados Unidos. El menciona que en su proceso de estar aquí tenía que adaptarse para enfrentar obstáculos para prosperar en Nueva York donde llegó. El dejó la familia...
My dad had told me about his childhood adventures and mischievous acts like putting squeaky the cat in a fridge to scare his Grandmother. He told me about his History teacher Mrs.Stansen who taught him to work hard. He gave...
My dad describes his experiences in Colombia and how he became successful in the U.S.
Avis and Alison talk about his upbringing, how he found Earlham, the way he approaches challenges at the college, and how Earlham can contribute to a better Richmond.
This talks about my step-dad who adopted me at a young age, when he absolutely didnt have to. He taught me so many things about life, lessons that cannot be taught in anyways besides observation and experience. I always took...
This is a touching story about Bill Fundaro as he talks about his life through the years. The main topic is his family and his many jobs he has had throughout his life. He is currently celebrating his 50th consecutive...
Interview about mom and life.
Jeanmarie Badar (57) interviews her friend, Elizabeth Cottone (55), about her life before and after a stroke and the way surviving has shifted her perspective on life.
Steven Dulin (30) has a conversation with his mother, Jennie Dulin (64), about parenting, persistence, and faith.
Our family background and its influence on us, and my mother's personal aspirations and perspectives.
Riza Mauricio (62) talks to her children Rica Buchanan (38), Rina Mauricio (35), and Regie Mauricio (29) about her career as a nurse, the impact of racism and sexism on the medical profession, and the importance of advocating for oneself.
In this interview, I interview my dad about some of his best memories and most valuable lessons.
Jim talks about his life growing up, how he met his wife, school and work experiences and what is important in life.
Diane Mack (74) interviews her friend and mentee Margaret McCaskill [no age given] about her childhood memories, her passions for reading books and writing poetry, and her hopes for the future.
This is an interview I did with my grandmother (Bubi) about her challenging childhood during the Great Depression. (Note: My grandmother has been previously diagnosed with dementia, which is why there were some aspects of her story that were repeated.)
Katherine Chon interviews her colleague, Rosie Gomez, about their work together in the federal government when new laws required changes in how the child welfare system needed to respond to human trafficking. Rosie reflects on her early influences growing up...