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- Elizabeth Youth Theater Ensemble 3
- Providence 2
- Together for Brothers 2
- Andover Center for History and Culture 1
- Elizabeth Youth Theater 1
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Young men of color talk about community safety in their community
Hamid Safi (26) and his sponsor, Martha Sparrow [no age given], share a conversation about Hamid's emigration from Afghanistan to the United States, his upbringing in Kunar, Afghanistan, and his hopes both for his future and for the future of...
Friends Richard Teals (81) and Louis Logan (79) share a conversation about the Trails Planning Team in Moses Lake, WA.
Survivor M Storm (49) talks to her therapist, Lauren T (25), about what led her to Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) and why she chooses joy. M gives advice to others who might be in domestic violent situations and talks...
Keith Hardin (69) interviews his friend Dave Scott (74) about his career fighting wildfires for the U.S. Forest Service and about how the wildfires he fought inspired his book, "The Fury of the Beast."
Susan Kelley (57) sits down with her mother, Grace Kelley (89), to talk about her experience immigrating to the United States from Palestine, to discuss her passions for nursing and music, and to remember members of their family who have...
We met with an avid rock climber to talk a little bit about how rock climbing was an amazing outlet to work through her mental health. She highlights several components of climbing and encourages others to get involved!
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Yuliana Shneer talks about growing up in Ukraine as Jewish girl to immigrating to the United States and becoming a beloved math teacher and finding community in Andover.
Friends Kathy Aune (42) and Cindy Leary (41) share the story of the time they and their children got lost on their way to a river rafting trip on the Salmon River.
Two teens talk about their perspectives on community and interrupting violence.
The Principal of Thomasville Heights Elementary School, Jovan Miles (37), shares his life story, as well as, reflections on the strengths and challenges facing kids in the neighborhood with the Executive Director of Global Dialogues, Daniel Enger (56).
Vice Chancellors Eric Kopstain (52) and Steven "Steve" Ertel (44) discuss how COVID-19 impacted the Vanderbilt community and the university's decision to offer in-person learning during the 2020 school year.
In this interview conducted in Novermber 23, 2017 in Flemington, New Jersey, Neha Viradia (14) interviews her great uncle Ashok Balar about his life lessons, family and work. He shares his memories and journey as an immigrant from in India...
Andrea Bordeau (37) and Arik Ohnstad (47), colleagues at Vanderbilt University, reflect on how the COVID-19 crisis impacted their work in global education.
The interesting stories of a teen growing up in the 80’s and how it’s effected him as a person. *sorry about the awkward interruption.... me yelling was just all good fun, haha!
Sisters-in-law Rosemary "Rose" Quinn (52) and Christine Parshall (61) sit down to discuss the life of John “Host” Lynch, their husband and brother, respectively. They talk about John's love for cycling, the night of the crash that cost him his...
Coworkers Silvia Bunn (67) and Deborah Clark (60) gather to honor and appreciate Deborah's years of service at the Mildred L. Terry Public Library, the first public library for African Americans in Columbus, GA. Deborah reminisces about coming to the...
Colleagues Karen Johnson Slaton (59) and Selena Martinez (24) share a conversation about their work as librarians, the value of libraries, their library’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and where they see libraries headed in the future.
Michelle Brenard, 62, tells facilitator Sarah Geis, 28, about the lesbian group she founded for women over 40 and her family.