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Christian is a high school student who frequents the Tacony Arts Lab classes and open studios. Christian was really excited by the interview and cyanotype process, so much so he quickly downloaded the StoryCorps app. Upon encouraging Christian to start...
Phil talks with Jen about his long career, and how his personal value of justice impacts all he does. They dicsuss racism, diversity, health equity and how he has grown over the years (and how Providence has grown).
Partners Andrew Walker [no age given] and Jennifer Walker (50) share their love story and talk about why they decided to leave the Mormon faith.
Oliver Bell (41) interviews his father, Larry Bell (83), about his life, his artwork, and his approach to seeing the world. The two talk about centering improvisation, spontaneity, intuition, and trust in making art.
I quiz my girlfriend on the most meaningful moments our relationship has had to offer. How these moments have had implications in Destinee’s life. Toward the end comes a short reflection on the meaning of family.
Siblings, Alena (39) and J (33), reflect on their childhood in rural, northern Indiana, and the changes they've experienced and support they've received.
Friends Quentin Wilson [no age given] and Lee Selleck [no age given] come together 50 years after they graduated high school together in Kirkwood, Missouri. The two talk about the value of listening, the divides in our country, and how...
Why should open source have all the fun? Clare Dillon shares her experience in the wonderful world of innersource, the application of open source practices within organizations. Collaboration is just too exciting not to share!
We talked about what it was like to participate in the military and how it changed my fathers life. We also talked about some of the most important and influential things/people in his life.
My mom was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. She went to Highland High school, where he met her husband. She married David Huntsman on July 17,1989. They had eight children together.
Ryan has a conversation with Miriam who is the recipient of the PHC 2021 VIA award, how she approaches her work and engages with clients to assist them in improving their health with an enhanced quality of life.
Cousins discuss spirituality, the meaning of life, and the rockstars they love
Mona Haleem (44) interviews her mother, Noor Haleem (66), about faith, family, migration, and the ways she wants her legacy to live on.
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.
Asking my best friend questions about his life and my impact on his life
Sammye Walton (45) interviews her friend, Chris Gates (35), about his creation of and continued passion for MainSprings, a nonprofit organization focused on breaking the cycle of poverty and creating a sustainable future for communities in East Africa.
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.
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...
My mom's not an orator, but she's been through life and to me that qualifies anyone to share their wisdom.
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.