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Sam's grandfather tells about his time in Egypt and how he got to America.
Jennifer Reed (54) interviews her father, Edward "Ed" Wood III (80), about his childhood, the information he has found about their family history through his interest in genealogy, and the Christian mission work their family does together.
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews Alan Semerdjian (Long Island) who makes meaning of his life through art. They discuss family influence, Armenian heritage, dialectic thinking, writing, music, and the art of educating.
The Sasson sisters emigrated from Cairo, Egypt to the U.S.A. in June of 1968 as refugees of the Six-Day War. Their story is a reminder of how political and religious conflict uproots families, and how social class can play a...
One Small Step conversation partners Mohamed Shoreibah (47) and Lynda Wilson (72) discuss immigration, political misinformation, Birmingham's history of racism and political struggle, and their hopes for its future.
I’m Jana and I’m 16, with my dad, Hany, that’s 49. We talk about life, family, growing up, religion and more.
Friends and colleagues Alex Zecevic (61) and Ahmed Amer [no age given] talk about their faith journeys, their lives as professors, and their reflections on the tensions between religion and science.
In this interview I asked my mom and dad questions about them and their lives. During this interview, I learned a lot about my parents.
Colleagues Zachary Markwith (43) and Maha Elgenaidi [no age given] discuss their conversion to Islam, their experiences following 9/11, and the interconnectedness of different religious communities.
Farouk reflects on his life in Gaza, Libya, and Iraq, where he served as Secretary of the Libyan Petroleum Committee headed by Palestinian national and scholar Anis al-Qasem.