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Margot Moinester, 22, and Arielle Moinester, 30, ask their mother, Susan Moinester, 56, about her parents who survived the Holocaust.
Dr. Orsini Gonzáles (60) tells his daughter, Ysabel Y. González (29) how his parents met in Puerto Rico, about growing up in the South Bronx in the ‘60s, and how he met his wife, Ysabel’s mother.
Betty Jane Moczygemba, Mary Inselmann, and Mary Jane Verette remember Genevieve Isaacs, Betty and Mary’s mother and Mary Jane’s grandmother.
Arlene Swartz (61) talks to her friend and coworker Kathrina Proscia (50) about her childhood in the Bronx and Queens, her family and her career in philanthropy and fundraising.
Cary James by Jesse L. Woodard. Cary (21) and Jesse (25) remember their grandmother, Mary Alice James a.k.a Nam Ma. Cary and Jesse remember visiting their grandmother and the delicious food she made for them.
Emily Capes (33) interviews her good friend, Betty Olliff (82) about her life - her family, her husband, and her faith.
Sisters Paula Bendel and Rhonda Pupella remember their grandparents, Clyde and Mabel Nancarrow (paternal) and Herbert and Sarah Phelps (maternal), and share stories of their time on the family farms.
Nephew interviews aunt about her life growing up in the Ozarks and in Nebraska as well as family stories.
Manual and Susan talk about their 32 year marriage.
Rebecca Salant, 16, and her brother Max Salant, 16, talk with their siblings, Ilana Salant, 16, and Jacob Salant, 17, about their trip to Mexico.
John Lauer, Jr. interviews his father John “Jack” Lauer, Sr. about growing up in a coal town in PA and about how he met his mother.
Grandson interviews Grandmother about life in Philippines, emigrating to US, Japanese occupation of Phillipines during WWII
Christina Laufer (27) talks with her brother Ryan Nebeker (30) about their grandparents.
Ellie Bryan (21) talks to her friend Jeanne Boutang Croud (59) about her upbringing in Minneapolis and her racial identity - her mother is white, her father is biracial. Ellie is usually assumed to be white by people.
Brian Madison (55) interviews his mother Lois Madison (82). LM talks about her grandparents and her family, moving to Vancouver during WWII, and meeting her husband. She also talks about her life with her husband Oscar.
Kathryn Neaverth interviews her father John Loder about her childhood, their friendship and challenges and their hope for each other and their familiy’s future.
Ruth Enders talks with her granddaughter, Erin Chrusciel, about how she raised nine children and what life as a military wife is like.
Ira Greenberg (59) talks to his daughter Gabriela Greenberg (6) about her birthday, life in 1st grade and what they want for dinner.
Melvin interviews his wife Allyson about growing up in Washington D.C. and their life together.
Nancy Bentley (63) interviews her husband, John Atkinson (67) about his life, focusing on his health issues with eczema and asthma, his work in the Peace Corps, and his favorite family memories.
John Staley interviews his parents Carl and Julie Staley. The group talk about their careers, favorite family memories and proudest family moments.
Tricia Nelson interviews her parents, Horace and Carol Nelson about their decision to marry and immigrate to the United States at a very young age.
Albert H. Lozano, 84, talks with his daughter Catalina Lozano, 58, about growing up in Mexico, his immigration to the US, his family and his varied careers.
Rodney Madsen (60) is interviewed by his son Nathan Rogers-Madsen (31) about his parents, Theodore and Elvira Madsen.