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Emma Lynch(16) interviews her mom, Ella(57) about her childhood and current life. This interview was recorded on Thanksgiving, November 26, 2020 in Ella’s bedroom in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. They talk about religion, moving from the city to the...
My mother, Beth (57), talks about how she met the person she married and started a family with. We talk about first dates, the focus of marriage, and some advice for young couples.
Cassidy Meadors (18) talks with her former youth pastor, Andrew Wade (31) about what makes a good and happy life.
Alessandra Woo ('25), an eighth grader at The Boston Latin School, talks with Rachel Skerritt ('95), the head of school, about what it is like to be leading the oldest public school in the nation through 2020.
Nathan Kollar (born in 1938) discusses growing up outside of Pittsburgh, PA and his adventures and family over almost 100 years of life.
In this interview, conducted on December 11, 2022 in Santa Monica, California, Gabriel Krieger (15) interviews his Dad Jeremiah Krieger (47) about humor, and the various applications of it in life. Jeremiah tells a story about how humor helped him...
ENA 2021 Foundation Chairperson Sally Snow and ENA member Alexus Moore talk about the Foundation’s record setting 30th year and how paying it forward helps drive the Foundation’s support for the future of emergency nursing.
I talked with my mother about what she thinks of me and some difficulties she has had to face trying to raise me with the ups and downs from my father and different incidents in my childhood.
Susan Meyers, born in 1952, was a young girl and teenager during the most active portion of the Second-Wave feminist movement of the 1960s & 1970s. In the interview, she talks about the positive impacts that the movement had on...
Luke Barnes (18) talks with his step-mother Jill Fulk (51) about the way that communicate has changed over her lifetime, as well as the double-edged sword that is social media.
10 year old Hayden learns how her great-great grandparents met and their love for singing that has continued down the family tree from her interview with her grandmother. Maybe, just maybe, that's why she loves performing too!
Zen Campbell, founder of the Kindleberger Summer Festival of the Performing Arts, speaks with Parchment Community Library Ambassador Karen Woodworth about plans to celebrate 40 years of the festival in July 2022.
Shari, who is bi-racial, talks about the racism faced as a small child living in Alabama in the early 60s.
The best part of teaching is working with students and watching them grow up, mature and achieve. Teaching makes me feel like I can do hard things!
Cathy and Helen remember moving from Sioux City, Iowa, to California as kids in the 1960s.
Christopher Winders age 14 interviews his dad, Ty Winders. They talk about his dad's childhood and what growing up was like for him.