Bringing Nature to Denver's Homeless Shelters

This interview is with Laura who used to work at the Delores Project. She shares the positive benefits bringing nature into homeless shelters has on the people who utilize them.

The Life of My Grandma Maria De La Luz Leyva and her journey with Immigration
October 29, 2021 App Interview

In this interview, I talk with my grandma Maria De La Luz Leyva about her life and all shes been through as a Mexican immigrant.

All about you

An interview with my grandma to talk about her life growing up, the type of jobs she had and what those jobs Involved. Also there is so much advice that is great for life...

Amanda: from “free range kid” to urban parent

Amanda grew up in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio as a "free range kid" and now hopes to raise her son to feel connected to nature.

Racing, Family, Fun, and Integrity-David Gee and Kailey Barrientos

Kailey interviews her father Dave. He is a great story teller and talks of a time when high-schoolers played pranks, and family was similar to a 50s TV show. For Dave, everything led to racing and a legacy of entrepreneurial...

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Twila Davis Bird and Raquelle Bird Johnson

Raquelle Bird Johnson (52) interviews her mother, Twila Davis Bird (75), about her life, experiences, contribution to church, fellowship, and memories of her late husband, Richard E. Bird. They also talk about hereditary paraganglioma-pheochromocytoma.

Israel Baryeshua & Tiffany Briseño

“Is there one thing that you respect about the way that I see the world?” Israel Baryeshua and Tiffany Briseño come together to talk about how they disagree — and what they have in common — as participants in One...

Why do I like Aquaman instead of Wonder Woman? I didn’t know what was ‘wrong’ with me.

David Radford first had an inkling that he was gay at eight years old. While watching Super Friends, he found himself attracted to Aquaman – not Wonder Woman, like his friends. David discusses the Shreveport gay party scene, Southern Decadence,...

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Tori Zimmermann and John Zimmermann

John Zimmermann (75) talks with his daughter Tori Zimmermann (45) about his life, focusing on his childhood on Long Island in the 1950s, his spiritual life, and his first job out of graduate school when he moved to Colorado and...

Dolores Dalton: A Woman Of Many Stories

In the interview, ancestry, childhood, and religion were key topics brought up. Emotion was apparent throughout as a grandmother recalls her life.

Q & A with my dad

In this interview we talked about my dads personality and profession.

Rita T. and Sarah D. Thanksgiving

My grandma Rita Timm, talked about her life living in Iowa. Sarah got to learn more about her life and her perspective of Iowa.

Eddie Remembers His Grampa

We talk about Eddie’s Grampa, Richard Garcia, and the musical influence he had on Eddie. Pardon the chickens, wind chimes, neighbor dogs and other sounds of our backyard.

Gertie, Me and Memory on Memorial Day

Gertie and Anna talk candidly about cancer during Covid19 and finding safe spaces to live and heal. They cover topics around misogyny, mountain life, compassion, doll making and women’s health and empowerment.

Women’s Stereotypes in the Military

A glimpse into the life of a woman in the military. A discussion of stereotypes in the modern military.