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Anna and her dad have an interesting conversation about the climate crisis...
A discussion focused on local food consumption with conversation surrounding family traditions, future intentions, and current association with local foods. Also taking a look at what future generations can do to increase the accessibility to local foods.
The difference between local food consumption in the US vs the EU. We Also discussed the importance of community and smaller scale markets vs supermarkets.
Rory Caygill-Walsh (42) and Stephanie Perron (41) describe each other as one another's "person." They talk about the support they've shown one another and discuss the meaning of loss and grief.
Maria addresses all of the gun legislation and prevention measures from Moms Demand Action point of view.
Christina talks about coming out as a transgender woman twice, with a 30-year interval back in the closet.
A student and teacher sit down one afternoon after a piano lesson to talk about life. Two generations come together to explore piano and politics, life and death.
A German immigrant discusses his childhood in WWII Germany and his personal reckoning that Has resulted research and writing about German force labor camps.
We discussed how Olivia’s relationship with local food has changed as she’s grown up and moved to a different city. We also addressed common barriers that people face when trying to access local food.
A short interview with my dad about his immigration to the US in the late 50’s and his time living in Detroit during the 1967 riots
Ron Nakao [no age given] talks to his colleague Jane Fry [no age given] about their work with ICPSR, the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
Throughout this interview we discussed the different food options available between two places in Michigan (Ann Arbor and Southfield) and discussed the food availability between the two places. We also touched on the topic of consuming sustainable foods and how...
Josie talks about how she has come since being a child, and how she has become more brave.
Early childhood interview
My mentor and I briefly discuss her plans surrounding climate preparedness and what advice she can give to others. We also compare climate disasters to the COVID-19 pandemic and how they are similar and different.
Tanisha Khare conducted an interview about the life of Mr. Bhushan Kulkarni, mainly focusing on him as a businessman. He talks about how he became successful as a businessman and about the businesses he currently owns. He shares the struggles...
In this interview, Janet and I talk about her past experiences with climate change and how her past experiences have shaped how she is preparing for the climate emergency. We discuss what measures she has taken in the past, what...
Mish and Esti talk about food systems status quo and ways to improve it
Melissa and Anthony discuss how to prepare for a climate emergency. As New Jersey residents, they focus on what they experienced during Hurricane Sandy and how this helped them prepare for future emergencies. This includes installing a generation and purchasing...
We talk about local food consumption, traditions that are followed and how local context situations can turn into a funny story
In this we discuss how local food has impacted Alicia’s life and how she has strived to support local food in Ann Arbor. She begins by discussing how her family immigrated from Italy and how local food was very community-based...