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- memories of growing up 121
- memories of former times 80
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Linda Gorham (58) tells her friend Gwendolyn Hilary (68) about being a professional storyteller. She also talks about what she learned from her grandfather who was a Pullman Porter, her passion for golf and how she learned about race in...
Sheba Rasheed (48) talks to her daughter, Taahira Duty (20), about Taahira's father and the book that Sheba wrote about his passing.
Jen Little-Reece (50) shares stories with her partner Terran Williams (36) about her work as an oncology nurse and her experiences with patients and death and dying.
Alec Acosta (19) talks with his teacher Christopher Abreu (32) about his childhood, school experiences, meaningful friendships, artistic interests, and about what his hopes are for the future.
Danielle Patterson Varner (42) interviews her colleague Paul Pierce (68) about his career in the theater industry. They also discuss the importance of community theater as a space for storytelling and identity-building, as well as the legacy of kindness Paul...
Talking about growing up and family
An outdoors interview of the life, family, and funniest childhood memories of my Nana, Barbara Wolverton.
Syma Mohammed (33) talks with new friend, Yasmeen Kadouh (25), about her podcast, Dearborn Girl, which encourages self-empowerment for Arab and/or Muslim women through storytelling.
In conversation with my (Jarod) mom (Julie) on her love of photography, how photography shapes her life, her connection to her parents and in-laws and the history they experienced, and on our responsibility as storytellers.
Mother, Carol Burke (69), and daughter, Kate Christensen (40), remember Carol's late father, discuss her unique small town upbringing and her hopes for the future.
Whitney Hill (26) and her cousins, Jor'Donna Bogan (32), and Joanna Bogan (24) talk about dealing with Joanna's autism and their current work. Whitney started a storytelling project, called SPORK!, in order to collect the stories of those who are...
I interviewed my aunt from my dads side. I asked her a lot about her childhood and what it was like growing up with my dad.
Brian Smith (66) shares a conversation with his daughter, Celeste Smith (24), about Celeste’s childhood, the stories that Brian would tell her then, Brian’s grandfather and the stories he would tell, COVID-19, the wildfires in California, and the comfort that...
The Farooqie children begin with sharing their favorite things to do at the Fountaindale Public Library before singing a medley for the ages.
Jennifer Munro (70) interviews her good friend, Carol Birch (74), about Carol's journey as a personal and literary storyteller.
Gloria DiFulvio (54) interviews her brother, Mario DiFulvio (64), about the role of music in his life.
In this interview, I conversed with Kamarion Miller, a 16-year-old artist, author, designer, actor, and many more, and discussed the power of storytelling and his advice for audiences.
Spouses Noreen McRoyal (58) and Audifac Ignace (55) center their conversation about their respective matriarchal families, storytelling, preserving, and sharing oral cultures, and how to teach acceptance through storytelling to children.
Oscar who served 25 years shares some of his experiences and how storytelling, connection, and relationships impacted him. In addition, he discusses "vulnerability as an antidote for pain and shame."
Ashley talks about growing up as Irish Twins (her sister), learning to be honest with herself and others, and the art of resiliency. Ashley, a self-proclaimed emotional sponge, gives us some life advice ("Forward is forward...") and talks about how...
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews her mom Emmi S. Herman (Searingtown) on Mother's Day, 5.9.2021. They chat about community, collaboration, vaccine awareness, and legacy.
Longtime friends Harriette McCauley (76) and Rosemary Smith (71) discuss the diverse environment of their upbringing in Santa Monica.
Benjamin "Ben" Hart (35) interviews his mother, Peg Hart (67), about motherhood, adoption, and the art of conversating.