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We talk about what was it like to grow up with me as a kid. Also his job career and how he choose it.
My grandma lived during the civil rights era. She talks about one room school houses, and how people in her class reacted when president Kennedy was shot.
My grandfather served in the navy. He was a jet engine machanic. He lived during the civil rights era.
I talk to my grandfather about his childhood memories and his thanksgiving traditions.
From playing in the woods to working with a major banking Company my Uncle Doug has done it all.
14 year old Chris Durant interviewed his aunt, Dinora Durant on her early years in Honduras and then some of her life in Brooklyn, New York. When I asked Dinora what she did in her summers she told Chris about...
I got to know my family friend better at Sunday night dinner.
We discuss a little bit of my behavior as a baby and mostly my moms life, career and her experience moving to the united states and being a mom.
My grandmother talked about what her life was like growing up in Flint, Michigan. She talked on her parents, and what her job as a Nurse was like. She explains why her family is so important, and also her religion
This interview was a part of The Great Listen, and tells you what Abramham Si's life was like.
This is an english project in which I do an interview with my dad.
Alex interviews Mr. Ricks on his life and how his childhood to where he is today.
En esta entrevista, hablamos de los logros de ser madre, hija, y esposa mientras aprendemos de la juventud y madurez.
Me and my grandfather talked about everything from Vietnam, 9/11, to his memories of me.
Childhood, school, relationships, and the future.
In this interview, conducted on December 4, 2019 in Birmingham, Alabama, Kaitlyn Pedicord (16) interviews her mother Maria Pedicord about her childhood in Ecuador, her recollection of events that occurred in the United States while she lived here, and events...
I interviewed my grandmother on anything from her husband (my grandfather). There’s a ton of information here covering 1932-present. Thanks for listening!