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- Providence 32
- Community Voices of Lake Geneva 12
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 11
- 2023 Mobile Tour 8
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 8
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 7
- Albuquerque, NM 3
- El Paso, TX 3
- Innisfree Village 3
- Voices of Freedom 3
- Providence Home and Community Care 3
- Central Synagogue 2
- City of Decatur, Georgia 2
- Hauser & Wirth 2
- Marfa, TX 2
- Minot Sleeper Library 2
- Providence Hospice Portland 2
- OCA-NY 1
- Providence Texas 1
- WGBH Educational Foundation 1
Pauline Katz (25) interviews Melody Chapin (25) about growing up poor, moving to a new community, recognizing racial and experiencing social interactions and demographic change as a result of neighborhood gentrification, and grappling with the fear of a loss of...
Maddie Mcfee (18) talks with Hailey Coffey (18) about what it was like growing up with a single parent.
Claire lost her mother at a relatively young age to tuberculosis. She was left to care for her younger sister which led to a life long close relationship into adulthood.
Kay Leppold (58) sat down with friend and fellow nurse, Oliver Pelayo (49) to discuss Kay's nursing career and other adventures.
In this interview, Joshua Ungerer talks to his father, Brian Ungerer, for the Great Thanksgiving Listen 2018, in Egg Harbor Township. During the interview, Brian goes in depth about what his childhood and some of his favorite memories he had...
In this interview, I talk with my father about his childhood, going to college alone, as well as advice he wants me to apply to my life.
My partner talked about his family and about Mexico what he went through.
Giovanna Pierri (16) interviews her father Pedro Pierri. He describes his experience of the 9/11 events and its impact.
This interview is with Christopher Diaz 16 years old and Emiliano Pantoja 17 years old. We are both friends from school. I discussed about Emiliano’s life, Family, and how it was growing up.
My name is Nate Shuman and I am in 12th Grade at the Dalton School in NYC. I started The Joy Project to create a space where individuals can listen and share what brings them joy and makes them happy....
My aunt Cheri talking to me about her dad Peter Dale, my grandfather
I asked my grandmother about her childhood and how she wants to affect the world. I generated an understanding of how our major family tradition is to to good in the world.
Dalton Fiscalini asked his dad about his life and what was most important.
Dan’s reflections on his childhood, Teri Ercole, childhood friends Aaron Guche and Tim Obzud, his brother and sister, and his time at Pitt and Deloitte. And he also fondly referenced his current relationship with Dominique Vitale.
Today I talked with Nancy about the ins and outs of gardening and all things earthy