War experience of Elsie McElligott
November 26, 2017 App Interview

Questions about how Elsie McElligott felt as a 6 year old girl during the war. In response to an article she wrote later in her life, Elsie tells of the unity and responsibility Americans went through. Even as children.

my roots interview.

This interview talks about the hardships that my mom experienced when her mothers and father had passed away.

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Luz Karakozian and Sarah Padgett

Sarah Padgett (24) shares a conversation with new friend Luz Karakozian (59) about how Luz came to Columbus, Georgia, her plans to move to Puerto Rico, her family, her husband, and her faith.

Giovanna and Pedro

Giovanna Pierri (16) interviews her father Pedro Pierri. He describes his experience of the 9/11 events and its impact.

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Marc Bady and Keith Bergthold

One Small Step Partners, Marc Bady (38) and Keith Bergthold (72), discuss their community involvement in Fresno and reflect on the role that music, arts, and culture can play in being unifying forces.

Jennifer Thein Interview

Jen Thein, my mom, reflects on her experience with the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Remebrance of 9/11

I (Clarissa Fetter, age 22) interviewed my father Anthony Fetter who is 48 years old. We discussed the event of 9/11 and what my father remembered occurring that day.

Personal Responsibility

Bruce Dearfield, a student from Marshall University sits down with Dani Boyles to discuss her involvement with a Black Lives Matter protest and her views on systemic racism as a whole for First Year Seminar.

How 9/11 Changed The World Forever

I talk with my parents regarding the impact of the events of 9/11 and how they affected the rest of the world.

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Paula Baracaldo and Joe Walters

Partners, Paula Baracaldo (35) and Joe Walters (32), share a conversation about how they first met and their first impressions of one another. Paula also talks about coming to the United States from Colombia when she was twelve years old,...

Autoethnography Podcast ft. Ashley Nguyen

Madison Connolly Hojas interviews Ashley Nguyen about her heartwarming story, Griefs and Beliefs, a story about the importance of being there for your family through tough times, regardless of your different personal beliefs.

Law student Juavita Pereira Faria talks about her childhood in Occupied East Timor and her hopes for the county's future.

Juavita talks about her lost childhood during the Indonesian occupation, her years at an orphanage, the people who have inspired her and her desire to lead her people as a judge.

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Keith Jemison and Maybelle Wallace

Keith Jemison (64) shares a conversation with his dear friend Maybelle Wallace (92) about the history of Black Wall Street, including the Tulsa Massacre, as well as the continued importance of the Greenwood community and the power of love to...

The reality of life

The cruel reality of being a minority in the United States and struggling to get end means.

“Pulling with Faith”- A Firsthand Hukilau Experience with Sister Kekela Miller

In this interview with Sister Miller, we talked about the origins of the Hukilau performed by the people of Laie. Auntie Kela (Sister Miller) shared her experience as a youth serving, dancing, and preparing for the Hukilaus. Auntie Kela shared...

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Tracy Beamon and Christopher Cooper

One Small Step conversations partners Tracy Beamon (59) and Christopher Cooper (42) talk about racism, the importance of engaging with local government, and their hope for a united country.

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Caroline Huckaby interviews her mother Ana Maria about her childhood and faith.
December 11, 2018 App Interview

Interview done on December 4th,2018 in Chicago,IL. Ana Maria (54)talks about her spirituality a lot and the influence it’s had on her life. She shares stories that truly make you think about lifes experiences. She also, briefly talks about her...