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This conversation summarizes a friendship of over two decades between two women, one White and one Black. Insights and issues of race and personal growth are discussed.
An interview with Gwen about my dad's recent passing on July 20, 2020.
One Small Step partners Sanona Williams (53) and Jenny Clark (47) discuss presumptions people make about them based on race and location, the pressure to choose a political side, seeing versus not seeing race, parenting children with versus without special...
Albert Schmidt (94) and Kathryn Schmidt (91), share childhood memories of the Great Depression, the hardships, and resilience of their families in Louisville, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio. They offer advice for us at this time of global health and economic...
We spoke about our two-week, cross-country trip from Blacksburg, VA to Berkeley, CA and our thoughts on both of our experiences at UC Berkeley.
I talked my good friend and bible study leader Hannah Laskey. This was part of a project focusing on having deeper discussions about faith for Theology 111 at Xavier University.
Parenthood is filled with the unexpected. But what happens when your family’s “unexpected” is a rare diagnosis that promises to forever shape the way the world sees your sons? Welcome to the fifth installment of A Picture’s Worth: Running for...
Today, I interviewed my school's first ever college and career counselor, Miss Linda Mehas. She has been the backbone and rock of the schools job fairs and scholarships and today we will talk about her time at West Clermont and...
This was our first interview with Grancy about her life and all the special moments. We hope to do this again next year.
Dinah Mathews Sours (87) shares memories with her son, Christopher Sours (63), about her childhood experiences and journey from England to the United States during World War II.
Matt talks about life, being a teacher, and helping to build the brand of West Clermont High School.
The ten of us talked about how we hope to be remembered. Some were more vocal than others, including the French bull dog bean snoring in the background.
Emilia Askari: 2022-03-01 01:12:54 Augusta Askari speaks about her parents' immigration story from Germany via Ellis Island, eventually settling in Cincinnati. Hardship and death along the way, building a landscape business.
From the immigration of the first Goodsteins. A story of the migration from Wisconsin to New York to Cincinnati to Cleveland.
This is for those out there who feel they cannot come back to themselves. This interview talks about how no matter what life throws at you, you have to remember that only you've got you.
Estelle "Nicki" Tanner [no age given] interviews friend and colleague Burton Lehman (81) about his experiences and relationship to Hebrew Union College (HUC) and Central Synagogue.
One Small Step partners Kian Williams (20) and Kyle Miller (23) talk about hunting and care for the environment, special needs, marijuana and other substances, and getting more young people in office.
This interview is a conversation about my grandmother’s childhood life in the Philippines, journey to the US, and her life since then.
Born as Bina Saxena in August 1943 in Lucknow and raised in a conservative joint household in Delhi and Lucknow, UP, India - she was the 2nd of four children of Ram Shanker and Prakash Saxena. She graduated high school...
Interview of Leon (Label) Handler's covering his early years to his working years.