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- 9/11/2001, September 11, 9/11 2
- CWA 2
- University of Colorado 2
- 1980s, Eighties 1
- 1987 March on Washington 1
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Andrew Burdick and Dave West in their sixth StoryCorps Connect interview. Sit back and enjoy Dave's retelling of extraordinary transits crossing both the western and eastern parts of North America
Martha Ward — a remarkable woman who has grown in so many ways through different phases in her life — discusses her childhood, raising a family, career, and values to live by.
April Rinne is equal parts global authority, advocate, ally and adventurer. She sees trends early, understands their potential and helps others do the same. She’s a global citizen who brings insights, access and perspective to companies, governments, investors and organizations...
New friends and colleagues Beth Zemsky, 53, and Kierra Johnson, 36, discuss their advocacy work at the intersection of the LGBT, feminist, racial equality, and body liberation movements.
Elizabeth “Libby” Johnson (71) and Cliff Johnson (73) speak with their pastor, Virginia Bairby (35), about their life together in Taos, New Mexico.
In this interview, conducted in Boulder, Colorado on May 20th, 2019, Taylor Gallo, 17, interviews her father, Jeffrey Gallo, 52, on his uprbringing and political experiences during the late 20th century. Jeffrey talks about his conservative family and experiences in...
Karyn, a graduate student at Miami University, talks with Amy Yarger. Amy works at the Butterfly Pavilion as the Horticulture Director. She talks with Karyn about the Urban Prairies Project and its importance to the overall biodiversity of Denver, surrounding...
A recount of Dakota and Kayla’s college life and the events surrounding it.
We talked about what it was like growing up in Colorado for him
I Interview my father, David, as he recounts his experience and perceptions on the important historical events of his life, and how they have shaped him. He recounts his experience seeing 9/11 and Columbine happens on the news. He also...
Andrew Burdick and Dave West in their third Storycorps Connect interview. Dave explains the background of Odyssey of the Mind, an organization he has volunteered with for ~20 years. He then recounts some of his favorite anecdotes of moments of...
We talk about composing music in 2019!
Interview with Roger (Buz) Rathburn sharing memories of his childhood, long happy marriage to Katie, raising kids and looking to the future for his family.
I interview my grandmother and asker her about her life and how her experience in life has shaped her political viewpoint.
When Paulist Father Don Andrie consider changing from tech worker to priest, he asked his best friends to tell him how crazy he was. They thought it was a great idea. Though he was long involved in ministry, the idea...
dad, grandma, grandpa, uncle steve, GG
I interview Max, a musician in living in Boulder who was raised in Jamestown, CO.
In the seven and a half minutes of an interview with my father, Thomas Lieber, in Chicago on December 7th, 2017, we discussed where he would live if he had the choice to live anywhere in the world. He said...
Jody speaks with her daughter, Justine, on how it feels to turn 22 and some of her favorite memories and experiences in life thus far.
Reflections of a family man who lived a life in full.
An interview between Mariana Webb (23) and her cousin, Julia Konrad, (28).
Robin Temple was one of 6 parents who came together with a vision: to establish a Waldorf School in Boulder, Colorado for their children. Bringing together master Waldorf educators of the time, they launched a school into being, a school...
In this interview we talked about my grandpas life and career in engineering
Erika McMillin (48) interviews her mother, Janet Hulme (75), about her childhood, her career, her marriage, the places she’s lived, and the life lessons that she has learned along the way.
Mary Wardell (50) interviews Tracy Benning (53) about her career as a African-American woman in science. Mary and Tracy discuss how more women and people of color can break into STEM.