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Susan Isaacs, the Wayne Township Trustee and community organizer, talks with Alison about her early years of success, life's ups and downs, and how she approaches the unique role of caretaker in the trustee's office.
In this interview my mom and I spoke about her childhood and experiences she has gone through in her life.
In this interview, Alison talks with Amy and Andy Dudas, owners of Dudas Law and community builders who are turning a vacant building in downtown Richmond into a place where all are welcome to create art of any form.
This is a look in who Ed Jackson is and what made him the great man he is. He is an inspiration to me and I hope you all of you as well.
This interview was intended to inspire others. My dad inspires me through his past and hopefully this interview showed you why.
Rogelio, a Richmond community member, talks with Alison about his early struggles, those who helped him succeed in school, and his passion for working hard to accomplish his goals.
Betty Horner talks to Marilyn Graham about her life for the Peace Community Church project "Celebrate the 90s."
A father (James Watson) who lives in Marin County talks about his experiences coming to America from England with his son Jack. James initially came to America in order to obtain his MBA but then met his future wife and...
I, Mia, interviewed my nana about her life as a teenager. She talked about her parents leaving her, living with her teacher, family, and the love of her life. There were a few bloopers :)
Katie Pike: 2021-10-14 19:16:05 Katie Pike (19) talks with her Great Aunt, Shelia King (80) about how communication has changed throughout her lifetime.
Alit of funny stories, our family history back several generations on Mom’s side in Indiana
One Small Step participants Sarah Bailey-Price (27) and Angela Kwok (44) discuss their backgrounds in education, how the COVID-19 pandemic affected their lives and families, and the healthcare system in Oklahoma.
Mary Moore: 2021-03-23 15:06:20
Conversation with my Uncle John Furnish Ballard, done on November 30, 2021. In several short parts, due to interruptions.
Ed and Kaitlyn discuss childhood memories, comic books, and all the different ways to measure wealth in one's life.
Asking my roommate about her time with ocd and being roomies with someone who definitely doesn’t have ocd all while she eats pb&j. Also we’re brand new to this app and terrible with technology so...