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My grandma reads a beautiful Mexican poem in Spanish and English
My mom is a a nice and caring persona do she grateful for her life and her family
Ian Kerstetter (25) speaks with H. Melt (27) about being queer and their experience as part of the queer community of Chicago as artist and writer.
Steve Hetzel (36) asks his father, Robert "Bob" Hetzel (77) about growing up in Plain, WI, a Catholic farming and construction town, and moving to Chicago to become a high school physics teacher in the the late 1960's. "Bob" also...
Raymond Lauk (59) spoke to his great uncle and aunt, Vito (92) and Josephine Simone (90). Vito served on the USS WASP aircraft carrier during World War II. He recalls his time serving for the military and how he met...
Richard Dobbins Jr. (70) tells friend and colleague Sherry Williams (58) about growing up in Bronzeville, Chicago, and being in the Navy during the later '60s, early '70s.
Dorothy Moore (82) talks to her daughter, Dr. Sharon Moore (53), about growing up in Southern Louisiana, moving to Chicago in the late 1950s, work, marriage, motherhood, and buying her first home.
A tale of a married black couple as they make their way forward in the new civil rights era.
Migrating to the US with her family, how that has affected her and issues she has faced as an afro-Panamanian.
This interview was about my older sister who is one of my role models and we were talking about how her life was in high school
Amari Allen (20) and her friend Trenette "T-Nice" Gresham (25) talk about being raised by their grandmothers, relationships, responsibility, and their hopes for the future.
This is about my grandma’s past and how she struggle through the difficulties
Stephanie Thompson (47) and her coworker Pamela Fairley (42), talk about breaking the stigmas associated with recipients of housing vouchers and residents of public housing. They talk about their childhoods, education, work history, and the economic and housing challenges they've...
One thing that’s was said a lot was to be kind a lot . Another thing that young people are being involved with politics a lot more then back then.
Bianca Monzon (29) and her friend and colleague Ambyr Amen-Ra (38) talk about their work at Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).
Growing up in the city of Chicago, going off to college, and raising kids.
This interview is all about happy memories, funny stories, and festivals in India.
Interviewed my oldest brother Jose Avalos. Him and I were always the odd ones out of the family so we naturally have a bond.