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In this interview, a grandson interviewed his grandmother about life, memories, and lessons!
We talked about Grandad’s 72 year marriage, his experiences during WW2, and life in small town Georgia.
Gabi Madrid (23) interviews her friend Christian Limon-Nuñez (32) about his art, his life, and his experience living in The Goat Farm Arts Center.
I talked with Michael about his experience so far in the YCE Kennesaw program. I asked about how he’s handling it, favorite moments, and anything else pertaining to the experience.
Curtis Morris (84) and his wife, Margaret Morris (83), tell their granddaughter Ashley Morris (35) about growing up together in South Georgia.
Mr Smith is 96 and graduated in 1930’s at rockethall. He was the first person to get a scholarship for UGA. He got it for basketball and baseball.
This is me and my mom talking to Aubrey Wells, my Grandpa, about WWII (and some other stuff, too.)
This is an interview with James Mosteller about his childhood football, UGA football, and after college football. He explains his football career in detail. He got some good friends from playing on the UGA team. He also explained how he...
Stories about childhood in a different country and immigrating to the U.S.
Barbara told the story of her beautiful sister Patty and why she is now involved in the GVP Movement.
Am interview of questions I created for my 84 yr old Grandpa Joe. He is a super guy with the best attitude
Rawda Rahman (22) speaks to her father Sheikh Rahman (59) about his life, how he came to the U.S. as a student, and later became the first Muslim State Senator in Georgia.
Darryl sees the change coming and looks forward to it arriving to his community.
I interviewed my grandmother Lois Crossley about growing up in Savannah and what it was like raising my father. She reads poetry that her mother read for her, and talks about her time in Germany. My father (her son) adds...
We spoke about Katharine’s work experiences. She has had many varying occupations throughout her life, which she considers a blessing because she was able to pursue all her “dream jobs”. If there was ever something she wanted to try, she...