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Mark Richards, 31, talks to his wife Sarah Richards, 30, about his birth in Colombia, his adoption, growing up in New Jersey, their meeting, marriage and new-born baby.
Lynette D. Bates (47) talks with her brother Larnell Bates, Jr. (51) about family, parenting and good teachers.
Susan, 35, interviews her mother Caroline, 64, about growing up in Oakland’s Chinatown, her work as a principal, and her family.
Erica Hymen (29) and her husband Adam Arenstein (28) talk about their relationship, how they met and what the future holds.
Karen Levy and Peter Lee talk about their first years of Marriage and their time teaching in China.
Karen De Shazer (53) interviews local resident Mary Jane Erickson Terraza (82) about growing up in the Mohave area, her ranch and her animals.
daughter interviews her 80-yr-old dad about his childhood in Boyle Heights L.A., and his thoughts on the Japanese American internment, and on how his sense of justice has been an inspiration to her.
Mexican American granddaughter brings her 85 yr old grand father, who raised her, to the booth on his birthday.
Phyllis Gunther (80) talks to her two sons, Bram Gunther (47) and Matt Gunther (44) about the experience of being burned as a child and the impact that has had on her life, her husband, children and grandchildren.
Anthony Dozier (53) tells his friend, Carol Mayes McKnight (53) about being among the first African American kids to be bused in Wichita, KS and about witnessing the 1971 race riot at South High School in Wichita.
Danielle Linzer (29) talks with her coworker and buddy, Diane Exavier (23), about growing up in their respective childhood New York City sections of Roosevelt Island, New York, and Flatbush, Brooklyn, their families and parents, and their artwork.
daughter interviews her mom about race relations in cincinnati, and a wonderful memory of sitting on a plane beside an african american man who remembered her dad from 40 years ago.
Edith E. Johson, 80, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Jaimie Johnson, 26.
Emily Capes (33) interviews her good friend, Betty Olliff (82) about her life - her family, her husband, and her faith.
Cherilyn Evans (63) tells facilitator Daniel Littlewood (32) about how she moved from Los Angeles to Ukiah, California.
Friend interviews Charley about being the piano player at a favorite hangout in Flagstaff, and about his childhood growing up in a town near the Navajo reservation, called Ganado, in Arizona.
Walter Klein (73) was interviewed by Marisa karplus (31) to talk about her father Esteban, who pass away and used to have a very close relationship with Walter
Joseph Brown, 29, talks to his mother Sybil Brown, 67, about her life growing up in rural Georgia, her education in Athens, GA., and her move to and life in Atlanta, GA.
Friends Yvonne Rodriguez (47) and Jesús Pando (54) talk about going to college in their 30s, majoring in Physics, their ethnic backgrounds and their family.
son interivews his mom about how she single-handedly raised her three sons once her husband got very ill. until then she’d always been dependent on her husband. very nice interivew.
Three sisters interviewed by daughter/niece about growing up on a cattle ranch in south Texas as a Mexican-American family. Stories about their university educations, traditions, pranks, and life on the ranch.
A man talks about having Polio as a child that made him physically handicapped, and his experiences teaching physically handicapped children.
Maya Elena Scott-Chung (45) and Susie Hoblet (47), parents at Kaiser Elementary School, discuss the myth of the Ozzie and Harriet “traditional family” and Suzy’s experience growing up in Italy, France and traveling worldwide; the struggles of the sandwich generation,...
Georgie talks with her daughter Sonia Walker about growing up in Buffalo, the illnesses Georgia has suffered and the strength and perseverance they have learned as family.
Margie, 63, interviews Phyllis, 85, about her work in the lesbian rights movement and the influence that she has had on Margie’s life.