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- Family 51
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- memories of former times 39
- memories of growing up 38
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life in the 40s and 50s, embracing life, unconditional love and care for everyone
I am interviewing a person I have known throughout high school and wanted to tell their story of a transition from female to non binary.
I interviewed my dad, and even though he hasn't been in the US for that long he still offered a lot of incite about how he has been affected traditionally, politically, and culturally since moving to the US.
Why do you think we as a society but up this "barrier" that rejects change and new ideas?
Interview about remembering what makes you happy about life and how it can come from tough moments in life.
I interview my brother on his opinions about the problems with American society.
This interview is about the life of Baryl Morgan and her opinions on the world.
Nobody could understand my mum when she first arrived in the United States. I am Alice Connolly (14) and I interviewed my mum Paula Connolly (52) in Los Angeles, California on January 6, 2020 about her immigration to the United...
In this interview with my grandpa Gar, we talked about his life starting from childhood to now, and everything important in between. (My interview kicked me out 4 times so I have 4 different interviews, but I am turning in...
Kristen Epley was so amazing to interview. She has overcome so many obstacles that life has thrown at her and is just an overall kind and genuine person. I’m so glad i picked her for this project because I took...
Mrs. Patricia Britz discusses her life experiences and explains how learning to forgive others has contributed to her improved life.
This is an interview with my sister. We talked about learning and change.
“In Michigan people were super nice, and that's not always the case in LA,” said Linda Branca when her son, Dylan Branca interviewed her. The interview took place on Janurary 6, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The best part of...
An interview with a high school senior about her sobriety after meth addiction.
I interviewed my dad about his experience on living on his own in three continents from the early age of 16.
Sandra talks about the immigration process and how her life changed when she arrived to the United States from Honduras.
Barbara Cohen sits down and joins me in a conversation about the changes in communications, media, and technology and her experiences with these changes growing up around the world.
Eriq talks with his friend and classmate Carson about how he has changed from elementary school, and about becoming an adult.
This is about Mayra’s story about growing up in the projects and noticing how it changed over time. And how she has to deal with the new things.
“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...
Everything seemed to be fine until Casey was diagnosed with a head injury that never went away.
Foster care system and how it was in the past vs now. Change in children as well as the state.