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John Staley interviews his parents Carl and Julie Staley. The group talk about their careers, favorite family memories and proudest family moments.
Melvin interviews his wife Allyson about growing up in Washington D.C. and their life together.
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.
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.
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.
Rodney Madsen (60) is interviewed by his son Nathan Rogers-Madsen (31) about his parents, Theodore and Elvira Madsen.
A mother and daughter talk about family history.
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.
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.
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.
Margot Moinester, 22, and Arielle Moinester, 30, ask their mother, Susan Moinester, 56, about her parents who survived the Holocaust.
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.
Stephanie tells stories of her big and dramatic family.
Joseph Engler (65) talks to his daughter Kerry Slattery (36) about his life as a San Francisco Police officer
Linda Dean Goolsbee tells StoryCorps facilitator Rose Gorman of her parents, Jack and Francis Dean.
Angie Apodaca (74) talks with her daughter Cynthia Apodaca (47) about losing her son Eric to HIV/AIDS.
Susan, 35, interviews her mother Caroline, 64, about growing up in Oakland’s Chinatown, her work as a principal, and her family.
Kay Guske Thomas and her daughter in law Maggie Thomas come in to discuss Kay’s role as caretaker to her late uncle Frank Burgess.
Evelyn tells stories about her love of the piano, her life running a store supported by the mob, and her perspective on herself as a queen.
Roz interviews her parents for their 50th wedding anniversary and tells them things the family has said about them.
Sophie Broche, 80, talks with her cousin Karen Quest, 54, about the family that they have in common and about their own lives.
Maya Elena Scott-Chung (45) and Susie Hoblet (47), parents at Kaiser Elementary School, discuss the myth of the Ozzie and Harriet “traditional family” and Suzy’s experience growing up in Italy, France and traveling worldwide; the struggles of the sandwich generation,...
Serena Stickney interviews Russell Dale, reunited after twenty years. They talk about who they were in the third grade, who they are now, and what they want to be in the future.
Sisters Lynn Shearon (66), Jo Hatton (64) and Janclay Peavley (57) talk about their parents and grandparents.
Jesse Lomelí (66) and his sister Marta Lomelí (57) talk about when their family came to the United States from Mexico, the cultural difference at home and at school.