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Suzanne Morrill (50) and her daughter Katie Morrill (24) talk about their relationship, their favorite family memories and sing a family song.
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.
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.
Emily Capes (33) interviews her good friend, Betty Olliff (82) about her life - her family, her husband, and her faith.
Margot Moinester, 22, and Arielle Moinester, 30, ask their mother, Susan Moinester, 56, about her parents who survived the Holocaust.
Melvin interviews his wife Allyson about growing up in Washington D.C. and their life together.
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.
John Staley interviews his parents Carl and Julie Staley. The group talk about their careers, favorite family memories and proudest family moments.
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.
Linda Dean Goolsbee tells StoryCorps facilitator Rose Gorman of her parents, Jack and Francis Dean.
Jane Lowey interviews her friend, Dolores, about growing up in Dover, DE during segregation, her mother and father, the poet Paul Lawrence Dunbar, and her husband.
Susan, 35, interviews her mother Caroline, 64, about growing up in Oakland’s Chinatown, her work as a principal, and her family.
Fred Gonzalez, Jr., 27, and Alex Leguillow, 63, remember Alex’s nephew and Fred’s brother Nestor A. Cintron III, a Cantor Fitzgerald broker who was killed on September 11, 2001 in the World Trade Center attacks.
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.