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Marc Moss (51) interviews his mother-in-law, Barbara Bartmess (77), about her childhood, marriage, and spirituality.
Colleagues Amber Booth-McCoy (35) and Donald Wood (43) share a conversation about race, equity, and identity, and about what they have learned from one another and how they have grown as a result of their friendship and their working relationship...
She knew as soon as she saw me. I knew as trust was built. She’s the one. I’m her one.
Friends Michaela McGee (29) and Marisela Milian (28) share a conversation about their time spent at Crossroads MA and how the camp changed them and led them to become the people they are today.
Answers 4 questions in total and she gives me a lot of advice!
Me (Audrina Gerardo 15) interviewed my grandmother (Diane Mydland 64). We discussed the event of 9/11.
Nanci speaks about her experience working at a retirement home for priests during COVID. She highlights the importance of building trusting relationships. the reciprocal nature of love, and importance of self-care.
Julie Seawright (37), interviews her friend Ykeya Springer (30) about her early childhood and the experience of being a mother to a deaf child with sickle-cell anemia.
This interview was about some of the problems my Mom has faced and how she was able to overcome it all.
I talked to my father about our relationship and the values it is built on. Then I asked him about his first memories of me and how our relationship has developed as I have grown older.
My mom's not an orator, but she's been through life and to me that qualifies anyone to share their wisdom.
Taro Arai is the CDO of Mikuni Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar, and he has faced many challenges ever since he moved to America. Through perseverance, faith, and hope he and his family were able to grow the restaurant to...
Asking my best friend questions about his life and my impact on his life
We talked about hat my family was like and how they contributed to the world. But we mainly talked about the way to be successful in not just work but in life.
Abebeck, a caregiver with PACE, talks with coworker Charlie about Fasika (Ethiopian Easter) and explains this special time in her culture. Also talks about the importance of neighbors, coworkers and participants.
My grandmother Nydia Olivares (85) speaks to granddaughter Ariana Avellan (16) about how her escape from Nicaraguan poverty and her building a life in the USA have affirmed her faith.
Katie Spellman (36) speaks with her mentor and collaborator, Christa Mulder (no age given), about their relationship, their pathways in science, what makes for a good mentor and collaborator, and what they have learned from each other.
Daryl Periman talks about how he came to love teaching, how his experiences have helped him grow, and his teaching philosophy.