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Bill Whitaker and friend/ex-wife Barbara Watson Whitaker “Bobbi” talk about Kent State in 1969. They were both students at the time, and Bill was highly active with the movement as well as with the legal defense following.
Father tells his daughter about growing up in Milwaukee, his travels and his work.
Ms. Bateman describes the events the morning of Sept 11 from her apartment in Battery park city.
Lawrence Siddal (91) is interviewed by Rachel Behlke (23) about his life, his adventures, and his thoughts. These adventures range from him growing up in Ohio to being drafted to Germany to driving out to India to having to work...
A young woman interviews her father about being a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War.
Frank worked as a laborer and surveyor in the construction of the World Trade Center, as well as many other skyscrapers and tunnels in and around New York City. He talks about what this work meant to him and how...
Pam interviews her coworker, Rick, about being a reporter in Butte in the 1960’s, bars that he used to frequent, and the Butte Press Club.
Meet Cathleen Engelsen! A historical artist from Surf City, NJ. Cathleen shares her stories and experiences as an artist on the Jersey Shore. Enjoy this women's history month special!
John Becker (65) interviews restauranteur, John W. Williams (64).
Rojelio Mondragon Garcia (25) and Paul Karrer (55) talk about Rojelio’s 11-year incarceration and their relationship as student and teacher.
Bohdan Jejna interviews his father Mykola Jejna about his youth and his family’s escape from their home in the Ukraine during World War II.
Nicole, 29 and her husband Eric, 30, interview Teresa, 66 Nicole’s mom about leaving her home and family and coming to America when she was a teen to attend college. Teresa also speaks about having to return to her home...
Scott Hamilton (50) interviews his father, Albert Hamilton (76) about his family, his faith, and serving in the army.
Kanwal Prakash (aka KP) (68) tells his friend Richard Hamilton (80) about surviving the violent partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, and later coming to American to become an architect.
Ruth Enders talks with her granddaughter, Erin Chrusciel, about how she raised nine children and what life as a military wife is like.
Edward Whelan is interviewed by his daughter Derval Whelan about immigrating to the United States, work, meeting his wife, opening up his own bar and family.
Laurent Adler, 42, is interviewed by his wife Deblina Datta, 41, about his mother and their estranged relationship. The relationship became estranged when he, raised as a somewhat orthodox Jew, married Deblina, an Indian woman from Calcutta. The story is...
Lily Horio (81) talks with her friend Shari Tamashiro (38) about her family and growing up in Hawaii during WWII.
Carl Dreyfus talks about his politics and lifestyle.
Susan interviews her mother, Louise (who has stage 4 Lung Cancer) about her childhood, her career, and memories of her husband.
Kibo interviews his parent, Hiroyuki and Maria, about having the same birthday, their first date, and being a multiracial couple.
Isaiah Schlittenhart discusses American chess history with Chess National Master and psychiatrist Nolan Hendrickson.