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- historical events/people 236
- personal experiences 182
- memories of growing up 159
- memories of former times 157
- social beliefs and practices 112
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Rosa Rio, 106, is interviewed by her friend, Tara Schroeder, 45.
25 year old woman and her husband interview her grandfather-in-law about his heart for social justice.
Father Pat and Father Chuck talk about their childhood, being ordained, and giving back to people.
Dennis talked about his work as minister, which he deeply enjoyed, as well as about his 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.
Dan Shellenbarger interviews his mother, Sue, about her activist work.
Gene Luka Krasa, 89, is interviewed by her granddaughter E.B. Kelly, 27 about her early life, the holocaust and her marriage to Karel Krasa
Evan and Rosina Interview Edward White to know a little bit more about his background
Deborah Taub (57) and her sister Cynthia Weinman (56) had a conversation with their aunt, Erna Rubinfeld (78), and first cousin, Stuart Rubinfeld (49), to remember their first cousin (and Erna’s nephew), Victor Wald, who died on September 11, 2001...
Brenda Bafus-Williams interviews her mentor and colleague, Chuck Worley - who aside from being a very active conscientious objector to conscription since WWII, was also one of the founders for the Western Colorado Congress, a progressive non-profit dedicated to civic...
Marian Goldstine, 67, talks to her daughter Susan Goldstine, 38, about her grandparents, parents, and extended family, who fled Germany during the Holocaust.
Facilitator Jackie Sojico, 23, interviews Barbara Altman, 67, about her father, Harold Alton Corbin.
Brenda Mapp is interviewed by her daughter about her family, specifically her mother and how she raised Ashley.
John Edward Balthrop, 91, talks to his daughter Sheila Michel, 52, about his military career, his wife, and his medical career.
John tells his children about immigrating to the USA from China in the early 1940’s, adapting to American life, and becoming an American citizen.
Elise Acuff, a student at Pellissippi State interviews her "Mamaw," Cynthia Moore about her life in Appalachia and beyond. In their interview, they discuss stigma, the "feel" of Appalachia, its significance throughout Cynthia's life, and why it brings her home.
I interviewed my mom on basically her whole life, mostly what we talked about were some of her hardest struggles and most impactful memories.
The Shea siblings (Kathy Shea (52), Thomas Shea (54), and Frank Shea (48)) and Kathy’s husband Eric Munson (49) come together to talk about the two people they lost on 9/11/01, Danny Shea and Joe Shea.
Travis Holloway (54) talks to his friend Carol Waggoner-Angleton (57) about the African-American history of Augusta GA and the production of his upcoming book
Dan interviews his mother Janet about her childhood, immigrating to the United States from Italy and settling in Chicago.
Rita Dozier, 66, talks with her daughter, Dolly Sickles, 41, about her childhood and raising Dolly as a single working mother.
Colleen McGuigan interviews her father John Marson about his youth, his interest in politics, and his recent illnesses.
Gwendolyn Henderson remembers her life in Tuskegee
William D. Evers, 83, talks with Peter Emblad, 43, about his life growing up in San Francisco and Marin County, his education and his values and lessons.
William Deeb, 60, talks with his lifelong friend Michael Rancer, 59, about their experiences through the years.