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my mother, 46 years old and we talked about her life and what has happened and what is going to happen going forward.
Malika Jeffries-El ’96, Shelly Davis ’97, and Katrina Mitchell ’96 recount the evolution of Ethos’ objectives from advocating for diversity and inclusion on campus to thinking about the broader aspects of being black women in the world. They touch on...
interviews a teenager about how the quarantine affected her academically and socially
Tiffany has struggled with being social and her boyfriend has helped her come along. Because of this she wants to move out of her comfort zone and help those in need
Interview to the owner of a small business in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
This interview with my good friend Bradley covers his take on the media today and his opinions on media of the future.
Today I interviewed my mom Kathy Johnson and we talked about her life, how she came to be who she is today, and the lessons she hopes to teach her children.
This interview includes James Grenoble (21) interviewing his mother, Christiana Wilson (55,) on how music has influenced her life. The interview covers how a 55 year old views music now to how she viewed music when she was younger, gives...
I asked Tommy, my interviewee, whether COVID-19 had a bigger social or physical impact on their life
Artistic Director, Carolyn Clark, shared personal background, stories, and insights about her experiences with the Dyker Singers.
Wendy and Kat talk about being awardees of National Scholastic Arts and their lives in art.
Brian Wiggins shares Part II or Martianez’s story. He gives a Narrative Summary, Analysis, and Conclusion
Samiha Chowdhury shared her biggest indifference growing up
Robin Jean Mailloux shared personal and musical stories about her life as well as time with the Dyker Singers.
Because of this video I learned a lot more about my grandmas childhood and some of her favorite memories. I also discovered a lot of new things about my grandma!