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We talked about life
Its about my dads life
A grandmother, her son and her grandson speak about her early life, living in Quito, Ecuador in the early 1940’s.
Oba talking about her life in Japan and in America
Fun and I learned a lot
Grandma Diane goes over some key memories and provides some wisdom for the future.
A short interview with my father for an English class assignment
In a family with little money, you have to work hard to sustain yourself.
What was most talked about was my moms memories. I learned things I didn’t know about her.
Meera and Puja’s loving journey as friends.
Lydia is a woman who has bewn through a lot but still has a heart full of kindness and a lot of love and laughter to share.
Digging into the past!
all about my family
In this interview conducted in November 25 in Chicago Illinois Ava Hesse (13) interviews her grandma Elizabeth Hesse about what it was like growing up when she was younger. Elizabeth talks about some of her earliest childhood memories and what...
This interview was about two sisters in Pineville, La taking a trip to “memory lane”! This talk included conversations about childhood, current jobs, influences, and impacts on daily life during a pandemic! This interview was very interesting, it gave me...
We can pretty much just talked about his life.
Tami shares a lot of her life and even very personal things. From wedding mishaps to a death of a new born this interview jumps from funny to sad at different times. At 11:55 she tells the story of how...
Interviewing my dad about his life and how we progressed to get to where he is today.
My mother talked about her life and her childhood. After asking her personal questions about her past, she began to shed tears remembering what she lived through to give us everything. Towards the end of the interview, Both of my...
Here are a few questions about my father, Baltazar Rayo who came from Mexico at 14 years old. I’m very proud of everything this man has done for me, and he is truly an inspiration to me and my brothers.
Interviewer James Bovaird (Age 14) interviews Victoria Bovaird (Age 53) his mother.
Hi! My name is Lucy Fortini. Ella Fortini is my big sister. She’s 19 years old. She’s had struggles in her past that cause a life long consequence. She’s strong and inspiring in many different ways.
I interviewed my big sister and asked her questions about our family and life.
First I asked my grandfather about his childhood and his upbringing. He talked about the school systems back in Iran, as well as growing up in a family of six. When I asked him about some early memories of school,...