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Magda Michna and Daniel Gonçalves explore their ideas of what it means to be an American and merging multiple cultural identities.
Chris is currently on the Board of the Alola Foundation and has worked with passion and courage for the self- determination of the people of Timor Leste for decades, beginning long before their Independence.
A sleepover isn’t new at all, but add in a “possessed” baby brother, that’s scary. Ashlyn tells this funny scary sleepover. They all lived in Australia.
We talked about my dad's life growing up and his life now and lessons he has learned.
A shortened version of my Dad’s early childhood, Military life, and professional career.
Good time for the whole family
Sydney Walsh explains to me her childhood and what it was like growing up in a small town. She includes information about her life in college and aspiring career to become a dentist. She also has stories to share about...
I interviewed my mom and we discussed her military career as well as her life experiences with me and the world
One Small Step conversation partners Tim Wheeler (68) and Joseph "Joey" Ernst (40) explore common experiences growing up in small Midwestern towns and talk about their differing views on environmentalism and climate change.
Maria (68) shares her story of leaving her home in Yugoslavia.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to his husband Peter Donnelly (62) about Christmases past, present and future on Christmas morning 2022.
Interviewing Hunter my son up at the Pool about him and us during Covid19.
Helen shares her own stories of connection with Timor Leste and her disappointment in the lack of true friendship extended to Timor Leste by the Australian Government since 1943.
A kiwi talks about his life from Scotland to New Zealand and his adventures in between
Suzanne Hoff, 76, listens to Sharon Neumann, 66, relate her remarkable experiences as caregiver from childhood for her younger sister diagnosed with the rare, incurable disease of Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) to their remarkable journey developing world wide support (IFOP)for...
Grandma and Grandpa Keery took me on a tour of their life and love with this interview.
Dixie Hollis talking with her boyfriends mom terry hill about her life and her experiences
A brief question and response interview with my sister on how quickly the Covid-19 pandemic brought about radical change in her life.
Michael Jarrett, the teacher for the Gumbaynggirr Aboriginal language and culture nest in the mid north coast of New South Wales, Australia, talks about his experiences in the role.
We talked about her and what she has done as a mom.And me what I was like and what I’m like now.
Caitlin had never left North America before, but in the Summer of 2016 she got an opportunity of a lifetime: to represent her country on the field hockey turf in Australia.
Helen Nickels life with a poor family and raising 9 kids on her own and finding her family from Australia and Oregon
Bill Yule, a Canadian, and Barry Ball, an Australian, recount their 56 years together, how they met on stage in Australia, traveled the world together as a cruise ship singing act in the 1970s and ended up living together in...