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U.S. Multicultural History Interview with Ashlynn
In this interview, Brianna and I discuss the complexities that lie within the restaurant industry, specifically the sexual and verbal harassment women face as servers and how this harassment is perpetuated.
Talking with my mom about her experience working at her family’s business at a young age.
Discussed Mom's life and work as a gas station owner and restaurateur.
[Recorded: Friday, February 3, 2023] Chris (25) and Sophie (18) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Chris is the owner of the microbakery “Baker No Bakery” that sells at popups and at farmers’ markets. Sophie is a...
In this interview, my dad talks about his journey getting to where he’s at today, with his job, being able to somewhat speak english, and facing discrimination through it all.
This is an honest account of owning a restaurant. We spoke on the advantages and disadvantages of being a sole proprietor for a smokehouse.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Hyderabad,India, Srilekha Cherukuvada(14) interviews his friend and uncle SR Raju Kontheti(42) about his childhood and ancestors. Raju shares his thoughts on stories of his past. He also talks about how studies in...
In this interview, recorded on November 25, 2018 in Sterling Heights, Michigan, Catherine Pardi (16) interviews Tony Pardi (89) about his childhood in Malta during World War II. Mr. Pardi speaks on behalf of the struggles he and many others...
Friends and colleagues, Erma Banks [no age given] and Callie McGinnis (77), discuss their former workplace: Columbus Area Library Association (CALA). They talk about the formation of the organization, pivotal characters in its development, and the events they created to...
Steven Rauscher (33) and Brandon Thrash discuss the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Philadelphia's service and hospitality industry, with a special focus on how the value of service and hospitality in America needs to be redefined and reframed moving...
Longtime friends Allison Tant [no age given] and Courtney Atkins [no age given] sit down for a conversation about their advocacy work, their parents, their children, and the strong women who inspired them to become the community leaders they are...
In this interview, done on November 27th,2016 in Flint,Michigan, Brittani Bridgett(15) and Mary(68)&Mike(68) Williams discuss their marriage,childhood,their own children and family stories while laughter and tears were shared between us three. While we were conversing,traveling for work and the holidays...
Watertown Resident Georgia O'Rourke talks about her experiences working in hospitality during the COVID-19 pandemic. She talks about small businesses, restaurants/bars, and how her life has changed. Taken on May 22nd, 2020.
Steven Rauscher (33) and his friend and former coworker Sheneeka Ocasio (30) discuss the intersection of pandemic and politics in Philadelphia's service and hospitality industry.
Cooking is a form of art and so many people love making and eating food. On January 6th 2019 in Los Angeles California, Jack Beerman interviewed his grandmother Sarabeth Levine to learn about her early life as a pastry chef....
Spouses, Roman Wilcox (42) and Adriana Wilcox (40), come together to talk about the timeline of their love story, personal growth, connection to service, and their restaurant, One Grub Community Diner.
Greg and I worked together for five years at the St. Louis Bread Company in St. Charles, Missouri. We grew very close in our time together. Sit down with us in the cafe for a conversation about our work together....
Rose and Stacey talk about meeting in 2005 when they worked at Scala's Bistro in San Francisco, they talk about the ups and downs of working in restaurants, what they learned, and Rose talks about her award winning pear gallette.
Stories about travel, work, and living in a small town.
Stefani Madril, 29, and father Bob Martinez, 64, interview grandmother/mother Vera M. Martinez, 83, about her childhood, her family and her favorite traditions.
In this interview, I learn about what school- elementary through high school- was like. I also learn about her high school jobs and how she found her way to being a hair dresser.
A conversation between two friends that decided to take take the enterpenure route after college and open up shop in the town they grew up in.
Interviewed my grandma about owning a restaurant, raising 10 kids, and life in general.