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For my IB Language and Literature class, I asked my father questions relating to his family experiences and how the media was or wasn’t an impact on them. At the end, he recites a poem he made about his aunt...
I interview my Grandfather about his education growing up, and what he did in the Peace Corp in Colombia. Changes in the education system between then and now are highlighted. See also part 1 and 3.
Rita Morrel talks about growing up in her native city of Chicago. Also addresses changes that Rita had observed in Chicago and current politics from her childhood (1930s) to present day (2019). Recorded in Hoffman Estates, Illinois on November 28,...
It was interview based on how she sees life after a few events and how she met my father.
My mom explain me how to not give up and to work so hard. As a young mother she worked so hard. She wants to be reminded as a very funny person and a strong woman.
Wally and I have been together 34 years and although not an easy journey, we give God thanks for allowing us to grow in Him, for giving us a beautiful family and giving us an opportunity to share his it...
Eddie Ramirez (28) sat down with his colleague and friend Alayna Schoblaske (28) to discuss Eddie's path to dentistry.
Talking to my mom from college a month in
Maureen Kwiat Meshenberg, poet and author, discusses writing poetry through the pandemic “Our Surrendering Pause; 30 Poems in 30 Days” published by Golden Dragonfly Press-proceeds go to COVID Relief. Also discusses involving underserved Chicago youth to express their deepest selves...
David Bray (Grandson) interviews Louise Bray (Grandmother) about what she has experienced in her life, what she feels everyone should know, and how you should stay true to your values.
Born as Ranjana Saxena in May 1950 in Delhi and raised in a conservative joint household in Lucknow, UP, India - she was the youngest of four children of Ram Shanker and Prakash Saxena. She immigrated to the United States...
Ellen Heimann (91) talks to her second cousin, Hedy Ciocci (74) about coming to the US when she was 10 years old, meeting her husband, work, children, grandchildren, and what her life is like at age 91.
Mom talks a little about growing up and what is important to her. Talks about the half sister she never knew.
This our first interview and the being for more understanding about us.
As a creative scholar she explored how her background informs her creative practice.