Hayden And Phyllis talk about growing up and family roots

Hayden Interviews his Grandmother, Phyllis Barrett about the way that She grew up in Rexburg and Rigby Idaho. Phyllis also talks about her children and her Parents and Grandparents. The interview is interesting because you get to know someone else's...

Your roots make up who you are

My roots make me who I am it's something I am very proud of. I interviewed my mom because she is someone who is really important to me. She is one of the people who has shaped me into the...

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Bo Bartlett and Betsy Eby

Spouses Bo Bartlett (65) and Betsy Eby (54) sit down for a conversation about how their respective childhood homes have influenced who they are today, the inspiration behind each of their artistic styles, and the role that the Bo Bartlett...

WSA founder Katie Reily, on the ROOTS of The Waldorf School of Atlanta.

Katie Reily planted the seeds that would grow and blossom into The Waldorf School of Atlanta. What started as an inspired idea and small home classroom, over three decades ago - continues to thrive as the ever-growing Waldorf community in...

The Importance of Having a Connection to Our Roots

In this interview my grandmother and I discussed the importance of culture and traditions contributing to one’s identity. We also discussed how she personally wants to be remembered and the importance of understanding history in today’s society to connect back...

The Roots That Keep Me Strong

This interview talks about the roots that keep my dad, Heraclio Cruz, standing strong.

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Sandra Taitt-Eaddy and Doreen Richardson

Friends, Doreen Richardson (52) and Sandra Taitt-Eaddy (58), discuss their Barbadian identity and the differences in their experience as migrant women.

Francisco Moreno, WSA Founding Parent, on the ROOTS of The Waldorf School of Atlanta (for Waldorf 100). Recorded and edited on 12/11/18

A Waldorf School of Atlanta teacher (games/movement and woodworking) and WSA FOUNDING PARENT- Francisco Moreno – shares a bit of history, as well as some of the challenges, rewards and insights he has gained as a founding member of the...

“Be happy with what you have”

My has taught me to be happy in life. Happy with what you have. This interview talks about her parents. And what she has learned.

Interview with mom!
December 31, 2020 App Interview

Questions about relationships, life, and fun facts about my mom!!!

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Harriet Weber and Nancy Warner

Nancy Warner (70) interviews her friend and colleague, Harriet Weber (65), about her experience becoming a "farm wife" in Quincy Valley and about her passion for community history.

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Harold Raines, Yvette Russell, and Hunter Russell-Horton

Harold Raines (72) speaks to his neighbors, mother and son Yvette Russell (53) and Hunter Russell-Horton (17) about life in Harlem. They reflect on the their memories of the neighborhood, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and their hopes for...

“No matter what race you are, you are always human”

My mom has always taught me to be accepting of everyone, no matter our differences. This lesson comes from her experiences from her childhood all the way through marriage, where she grew up in a culturally blended family and married...

“Things are not always just black and white, there is a lot of grey in between.”

My sister has taught me to be strong and keep working hard and to enjoy life in general. She shares lessons that she has learned from her experiences and her point of view on life right now.

The library provided a comforting place to Maureen Booth when her family relocated to St. George, Utah

Recording February 27, 2018 – When the Haslam Family moved to St. George, Utah in the summer for her father’s work, Maureen Haslam Booth was homesick for her friends and grandparents. St. George didn’t even have television, she said. It...

Shalini Chandra on completely uprooting her life and starting a new one

Shalini Chandra, my mother, talks about her childhood and her journey in life as she moved to America to start a new life, and what she’s carried with her.