I'm So Proud of Them: Christopher Blake Interviews Tammie Vivlamore

Whether it be in New Jersey or New York, Tammie Vivlamore's life experience has been crazy from the start. In this interview, Tammie opens up about her less-than-stellar childhood, where she ended up in her 20's, and how becoming a...

Jennifer Hartung talks about her childhood in Kentfield
November 29, 2022 App Interview

In this interview between Nick Hartung (15) and Jennifer Hartung (52), which took place in Tiburon, California, on November 27, 2022, Nick asked questions about the early life of his mom, Jennifer Hartung. Mrs. Hartung describes her childhood in Kentfield,...

Victor Campos and Jessica Gallardo

Victor campos (15) talks to his mom Jessica Gallardo (35) and asks her about her life how it was as a kid

Lee Moultrie and Hazel Diaz

Hazel Diaz (35) talks to new friend and fellow veteran Lee Moultrie (64) about his time in the military, his activism and advocacy work, and his family.

Valencia Monk-Morgan and Alex Hamel

One Small Step conversation partners Valencia "Kay" Monk-Morgan (51) and Alex Hamel (29) talk about the need to grow, voting both ways, labels, and operating in ignorance.

Bethany Broom-Dombrowski and Tessa Masengale

Bethany Broom-Dombrowski (35) and her daughter, Tessa Masengale (15), trade memories and ask each other about their lives.

"Family is the Idol of Philippine Society"

This interview was done for the "Great Thanksgiving Listen 2019" on November 30, 2019 with my sister. Since she was not able to make it to Thanksgiving due to personal reasons, I interviewed her while she was in New York....

Patricia Smith and Megan Shepherd

Megan Shepherd (18) talks with her grandmother Patricia "Pat" Smith (80) to learn more about their family's history. Topics include how Pat met her future husband and being a mom to eight children.

Adam Fried and Jon Fried

Brothers Adam Fried (58) and Jon Fried (60) parents founded Innisfree Village to provide a community that was in support of Jon's intellectual disabilities. The two discuss the community's history, having been one of its first residents as well as...

Nicolette Nordin Heavey and Alex Wu

Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Nicolette Nordin Heavey was born Detroit, but spent the majority of her childhood in Belgium and England. After attending college in America, she moved to Andover to raise her family. Wanting to help contribute to...

Tamara Munoz and Jessie Munoz

Tamara Munoz (15) interviews grandmother Jessie Munoz (76) as she provides testimony to being a female Mexican American growing up in Concord California: 2020-09-17 00:43:05

Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti and Maraea Quezaire

Maraea Quezaire (23) shares a conversation with her grandmother, Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti (75), about Gwendolyn’s memories of growing up, her family, her work, her art, her travels, and her friendships.

Carol "Mitzi" Rossmann and Deanna Drake

A friend, family member, volunteer and employee of The Mount shares her story about how The Mount has shaped her to be the person she is today. She reflects on her deep commitment to The Mount mission and culture.

Carol Cohen, Benjamin Cohen, and Lee Cohen

Carol Cohen (70) shares a conversation with her sons, Benjamin "Ben" Cohen (36) and Lee Cohen (28), about the relationship the two brothers have together as siblings.

Erana Leiken and Brian Leiken

Mother and son duo, Erana Leiken [no age given] and Brian Leiken (49) remember Erana's brother and Brian's uncle, Bernard Leiken.

Joseph Neumann and Jennifer Samborski

One Small Step Conversation partners Joseph "Joe" [No name given] (52) and Jennifer "Jen" [No name given](48) talk about their faith, working in law enforcement and the importance of conversations to find understanding.

Joshua Gilmour and Killion [No Name Given]

One Small Step conversation partners Joshua Gilmour (39) and Killion [No Name Given] (56) talk about religion, agnosticism, tenacity, political moderation, and the common good.

Leola Walker and Corinthians Walker

Corinthians Walker (43) interviews her mother, Leola Walker (78), about her grandmother Annie who ran a rooming house on Auburn Avenue next to Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta's historic King District during the Civil Rights Movement and lived to be...

Johanne Pachankis and Molly Stahl

One Small Step conversation partners Johanne Pachankis (76) and Molly Stahl (35) talk about disagreements within Catholicism, volunteering, the conservative movement/Trump, and women being second class citizens/abortion issues.

A First-Generation Conversation – My Mother

Sean Ly, 17, talks with his mother, Betty Nguyen (48) about her childhood and immigration to the United States after the Vietnam War.