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Rosa Rio, 106, is interviewed by her friend, Tara Schroeder, 45.
Vanessa Gibson interviews her mother, Doris, about her life growing up and intergration in Mississippi.
25 year old woman and her husband interview her grandfather-in-law about his heart for social justice.
Father Pat and Father Chuck talk about their childhood, being ordained, and giving back to people.
Dennis talked about his work as minister, which he deeply enjoyed, as well as about his family.
son interivews his mom about how she single-handedly raised her three sons once her husband got very ill. until then she’d always been dependent on her husband. very nice interivew.
Bess talks about what a wonderful life she has had and how much she has loved her husband.
Mary Stevenson, 63, was interviewed by her daughter, Elizabeth Stevenson, 27, about her life.
Three sisters interviewed by daughter/niece about growing up on a cattle ranch in south Texas as a Mexican-American family. Stories about their university educations, traditions, pranks, and life on the ranch.
Dan Shellenbarger interviews his mother, Sue, about her activist work.
Roz interviews her parents for their 50th wedding anniversary and tells them things the family has said about them.
Susan Goldstein (66) interviews her partner, Victor Herbert (82), about his unconventional life living around the world and then settling down in Berkeley in their relationship.
Olivia Hogue (21) talks with her younger sister's boyfriend, Albert Bujanda (18) about their different ethnic/cultural backgrounds and the role it plays in their everyday lives.
Interesting stories and tales from the life and Times of Peggy Dotterer. These interviews took place on the following dates: 12/31/88, 3/4/89, 10/22/89 (in Stafford Cemetery), 4/1/90, 6/7/90, 9/2/90. It's is believed that all the interviews were all held at Peggy...
One Small Step conversation partners Paul T. (49) and Robert Mulheran (57) talk about government corruption, self-reliance versus asking for help when you need it, education, a divided country, and political scare tactics.
Karen Cathers tells her kids, Nikki Pison, Justin Peone, Christina Pappalardo about her childhood growing up with Communist parents during the Cold War, marrying an older man when she was 17, and feeling determined to be a “perfect” mother for...
Kathryn Wooten interviews Dolores Henson, her grandmother, about growing up with a working class family in Glouster, Ohio, where most of her family and ancestry worked in the coal mines. Dolores remembers the two most important people in her life:...
Amanda and Sue talk about finding their personal identity as disabled women and their love of playing tennis.
Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Joy Williamson (70) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...
Stefani Priskos (26) and Suz Robinson (71) discuss their involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina.
daughter interviews her mother and father about their childhood in India and their first impressions of America. Father tells about his humble background and struggle to get education.
Dara Schmidt (35) talks with her friend and coworker, Stacie Ledden (31), about her former job as a librarian in Los Angeles County Library District, and their experiences working for Rangeview Library District and the Anythink library branches.
One Small Step partners Alejo Cabal (27) and Lisa Kline (29) talk about immigration, making sacrifices, hard work, and privilege.
Friends, Wendy (65) and John (72), talk about the Richmond Peace Center.