Living through the Great Depression

Matthew Dallas Groenewold was 8 years old when the stock market crashed on “Black Tuesday”, October 29,1929. This is part of his story of growing up during the Great Depression in rural Kingfisher, Oklahoma on his family’s farm and how...

Jackie Walker Discusses Historical Politics from an African American Woman’s Perspective

In this interview, Jacqueline Walker, an English professor in Denton, Texas, discusses her upbringings in rural Georgia and her political activism from an early age. As an African American woman, she offers a very unique historical perspective on several presidencies...

Activism and Climate Change – Frack Free Denton

Adam Briggle talks about his participation in Frack Free Denton, when state legislation and corporations overturned local law, and his professional opinions on national environmental policy.

Culture Shock: The Story of an Indian Engineering Student Seeking Opportunity in a New Country

Bhavya tells us about her experiences coming to the United States to pursue her engineering career in an age where science and technology are the new American industry. This interview explores her motivations and the cultural differences she has to...

Advika Chesetti and her Experiences of Transfering to the United States

We talked about Advika’s journey from India and Saudi Arabia to the United States, and her experiences and feelings from being here.