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Friends Timothy D. Holley, 36, and Marcus M. Williams, 25, discuss comemorating Martin Luther King Day, their careers and spirituality.
Cousins Billy Taing (44) and Jill Hanhong (36) discuss Billy's upbringing, the changes that led him to gang life and the crime that changed his life.
Sisters Patricia Varas (23) and Diane Varas Martinez (29) team up to interview their mother Maria Martinez (52) about her upbringing in Jalisco, Mexico, her transition to the United States and how her life changed once she arrived.
Joyl Clance (40) interviews her colleague Herbert "Herb" Smith (52) about his work as a musician. They discuss Herbert being the only black musician in the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the impact playing trumpet has had on his life, and the...
Spouses Ferris Kawar (49) and Stacy Gruenloh (47) discuss Ferris' international upbringing and his experience in America with his wife and family.
Lisa Love (47) interviews her good friend Gen Grosse (49) about Gen's loving and supportive spirit, their friendship and Gen's family history.
Jean Munson (33) interviews her colleague Isabela de Las Casas (21) about leadership, gender identity and change during quarantine.
Friends and colleagues Clemens "Clem" Work (75) and Asmaa Abukaie (37) discuss Asmaa's upbringing in Damascus, Syria before the outbreak of war in 2011. The two share memories of supporting other immigrant and refugee families in Montana and Idaho. Asmaa...
Janine di Giovanni said, "Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life." Dr. Mary Saurmans took time out of her busy schedule in Thailand to speak with me just a bit about her essential story...
Minda Davy (37) interviews her mother Linda Morgan (60) about her life and the lessons she learned along the way.
Why do you think we as a society but up this "barrier" that rejects change and new ideas?
“you have to have a really big why, a reason for living. You have to have a why that runs deep enough in you that it makes you cry, that it just totally wrecks you on the inside and drives...
This section is a brief introduction to John and his life. We discussed his career and how it affected his life. He talks about how he changed a young man's life and the school he built from scratch. John also...
Mother, Selby Hickey (76), and son, Miguel Camnitzer (40), discuss artistry, love lessons and change.
Emily Swinth (18) talked with her sister Kira Swinth (17) about memories of their mother who died almost five years ago, and how their grief has changed over the years.
Chandra Blackwell, 40, interviews her mother Nadine Blackwell, 80, about her memory and involvement in Brown vs. the Board of Education, integrating the Topeka Fire Department, and integrating the downtown Topeka restaurants.
This interview is about my friend – Roy. Everyone has a unique childhood, also including him. We talked about the memory of childhood, change of life, matter of family, etc. Moreover, this interview helped me know more about my friend....
Friends and coworkers Shawanda Jackson (28) and Kendall Jameson (31) share a conversation about their experiences as youth participants, now staff, of Thread and the importance of youth education.
Dustin Mote (41) and Danielle Hoetmer Mote (41) remember the hallmarks of their 24 year relationship from courtship to breakups, proposal to their first child together.
American life through the eyes and passion of an educator. Including the perspective of Tracy Langley, a white, immigrant, woman, and educator.
Spouses Somany Koeung (38) and Will Ross (50) explore what family, connection and mortality mean to them.
Amanda Coltman (30) interviews her father James Schuessler (57) about the historical events he's witnessed in his lifetime and their relationship.
Saloumeh Bozorgzadeh (40) is interviewed by new friend Summer Cody (23) about her path to becoming the president of the Sufi Psychology Association and what there is to learn and gain from blending Sufi spirituality and psychology.
Dear pals, Lexie and Marina, talk about growing up in the Midwest, resonance with effeminate men, coming out as many things, hospitalization, the anthology "Written on the Body." The interview may or may not close with a lil song :)