COVID-19 Interview With Australian Abroad Student

This is an interview with Emily Scinto who was studying abroad in Sydney, Australia during the COVID-19 outbreak. This is her story about returning to the U.S. and being tested for COVID-19.

Immigration from Australia

The challenges of immigration and expectations of the U.S.

Paula Sandusky – New York Trip

My aunt talked about her job, her life before the center and after.

Pat Finken

Stories of what it was like when my grandmother was a kid and how it’s like for her now.

Steve Desroches and Hannah Clager

Steve Desroches (48) talks to Hannah Clager (32) about her experiences traveling and studying abroad, in particular the intersection of art and human rights, and how it led her to her current work with Crisis Action, an organization that works...

Nora Sutz and Rachel Sutz Pienta

Dr. Rachel Sutz Pienta (49) sits down with her mother, Nora Sutz (71), to discuss their family history, to reminisce about their favorite family memories, and to remember family members who have passed away.

Be upfront and honest

Aunty Jean Hands, a Kamilaroi woman, talks and reflects on her time as Chair of the Northern Regional Aboriginal Alliance in Northern NSW and what it means for her represent Aboriginal communities in getting the services and programs communities want.

Kent Wyckoff, Jason Wyckoff, and Scott Wyckoff

Kent Wyckof (73) tells his sons Jason Wyckoff (37) and Scott Wyckoff (34) about his time working for the U.S. government collecting data in Antarctica in the 1960s.

Interview with Dick Aberley part 2

Interview with our 89 year old father. Questions from daughters and grandchildren.

The Land Down Under

Halie’s life needed a change in scenery so she decided to leave the U.S and head for the land down under in hopes to find herself.

2 girls, 1 decade and more to come part 2

Re-telling stories from our 7 years together. Discussing our future, past and present. We are twins who were separated at birth, not really. But it feels that way

Hannah Minkler and Nathaniel Winkler

One Small Step conversation partners Hannah Minkler (31) and Nathaniel "Nate" Winkler (38) discus how their politics have been affected by the way they were raised, and the complexity of issues.

We’ve got to keep our language alive

Brenda McBride talks about her experiences as a tutor at the Gamilaraay/Yuwaalaraay/Yuawaalayaay Language and Culture Nest in Lightning Ridge, NSW.


An interview capturing life growing up as an expat