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I sit down and ask my step mother questions about childhood. Then i move on to some work related and politically minded questions.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Marlboro, New Jersey, Alex Goldberg interviews his mother about her experiences putting her life into place. Stacy explains why she decided to be a social worker, talks about the time when her...
This interview encompassed my mother’s triumphs of coming from a third world county to the US. My mother also presented what she is most proud in her life being her kids and education.
Sexual assault has been seen as a controversial topic in the U.S. and many people are afraid to talks about it.
I interviewed my social worker to see what her daily life was like dealing with children in need.
From farm girl to adoptive parent, Berna touched the lives of many in those years between.
Growing up in a working class family in Pittsburgh, faith, being the first in her family to go to college.
Nancy Blanchard was 44 at the time of the Stonewall Uprising.
Heike and I talked about her college experience, what drove her to be a social worker, and numerous other things that were of paramount importance to her career.
In this interview, I talked with my grandma about her childhood and social work, which slowly transitioned into a deeper conversation regarding her divorce and the grandpa I’ve never known. She gave me advice about my life looking ahead into...
Talk with my mother about womanhood/motherhood and overall memories of her life
This is a short testimony about my mother. It is a very brief testimony that is about her life through growing up to having children. It also includes her experiences as a Mexican woman.
My mom talks about her experiences in social work and gives advice to teenagers and parents.
91 year old Monnie talks about her life of activism and how she was inspired by her parents who part of the suffrage movement.
Heike and I talked about some of the high points of her career as well as some of the low points.
A social worker from the Department of Veterans Affairs shares his fondest memories and talks about his path to becoming a social worker as well as his experiences with the We Honor Veterans program and how he became chair of...