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- The Paulist Fathers 3
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- Boston Latin School 1
- Boston University 1
- Boston University School of Public Health 1
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13 year old Alessandra Woo interviews the first black Head of School at Boston Latin School, the oldest school in the country. They talk about navigating our fraught racial climate at a school with 2500 students and how the school...
Clara and Greg talk about Greg's life piece by piece to put together the story of Greg's life in Clara's mind. They discuss everything from school to jobs and all of the life that happened in between. Clara asked Greg...
Seth Vallentine: 2021-01-20 02:07:30 Me and my friend my friend Miles talked about memories of our early years
I decided to interview my uncle because he grew up with 10 siblings and he grew up when things were very inexpensive and I thought that it was very interesting.
Friends Daisy Lynton (71) and Deidad “Enid” Vega (57) share a conversation about Daisy’s life growing up in Panama, how she came to the US, her work as a nurse, and her time living in Germany, El Paso, and Georgia,...
Alessandra Woo ('25), an eighth grader at The Boston Latin School, talks with Rachel Skerritt ('95), the head of school, about what it is like to be leading the oldest public school in the nation through 2020.
Jake Berman: 2020-10-03 14:35:42
Kelly Davis (43) has a conversation with Mary "Midge" McDermott (76) about growing up, courtship, her career, spirituality, raising a family, and her dreams for the future.
Beth Clark (67) interviews her husband, Craig McDonnell (71), about the mystery of his father's hidden life.
In this interview I ask my mom questions about her life and what her parents were like.
Sandra Ann Nolfo, president of the Friends of the Bigelow Senior Center in Fairfield, shares her battles with two timely topics we are now wrestling with as a nation: prejudice and the coronavirus. Listen for tips on how to build...
In which I interview my mother and i laugh more than I talk. I ask her questions about how she grew up because she loves keeping that part of her a secret.
Co-Executive Directors Audrey Morrissey (58) and Lisa Goldblatt Grace (53) of My Life My Choice remember their first meeting, reflect on the growth of their organization My Life My Choice, and discuss the importance of uplifting the voices of survivors...
I decided to interview my grandma, Marcia, in which we touched based on many topics. We started off the interview with her expressing her childhood living in Trinidad and Tobago as well as her and grandpa's relationship. As we continued...
Dick Man talks with his granddaughter, Isabella Man, about his life after leaving China.
Friends Jackiez Gonzalez (35) and Kelsey Johnikin (34) sit down for a conversation about their experiences moving to Tulsa, OK through the "Tulsa Remote" program.
Renee Boisseau (69) and daughter Julia Carlson (31) reflect on Renee's mother's life and career in nursing.
Dan Eisenberg talks about funny stories, family, career.
Gloria Johnson (72) speaks with her friend Corianna Moffatt (33) about several experiences that led to her becoming a social worker in Boston, MA. Despite the odds of growing up in segregated Camden, AR, and overcoming a terrible experience of...
Jesse Dubin (26) talks with their father, Israel Dubin (67) about how how he met his wife, living with Myotonic Dystrophy Type 2 (DM2), and what he values in life.
Cameron Stephenson (47) reminisces with her colleague Herman Brown (71), a teacher for over 45 years, about his experience in the Black Panther Party, how his community in Oakland has been influenced and changed, and their shared connection as educators...
Matt Hinds-Aldrich (40) interviews his father, Lew Hinds (69), about Lew's life, including his time growing up in Maine, his family, and his career.
One Small Step conversation partners, Asha Immanuelle (48) and Gbolade Okestra Soneyin (43), speak about their lives, religion, and the state of affairs in the world today.
Paulist Father Marcos Zamora joined the U.S. Navy to see the world. In many ways, he'd already experienced a lot of world culture--he grew up in a multiethnic community in Chicago and he'd studied ancient cultures en route to becoming...
A day in the life of Diana Fischer-Reddick who is my lovely mother! We talked about childhood, struggles, views on society, and family.