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- childhood 3
- 1940s, Forties 1
- 1950s, Fifties 1
- 1960s, Sixties 1
- 1968 Democratic National Convention 1 91 more
- English 12
We discuss what it’s like to move to the states and what connects folks from different cultures.
Interview of Leon (Label) Handler's covering his early years to his working years.
My mother went through many hard things in her life but she got through them and if very happy with the life that she has and the life that she raised her children in
Talking to my mom about what life was like when she was a kid.
Sharon's storied life starts in Michigan, shipping off to the convent at age 13, finding herself in her 20s, then marrying a Polish bus driver in her 30s, and starting a new life chapter. Gain the wisdom of a woman...
This interview is for an assignment in my interpersonal communications class. I interviewed my 42 year old cousin, Morgan McCullough, about her childhood.
My grandmother, Lynne Rosenfield, told me about her experience as a professional artist and her experience on the Panel of American Women that fought against segregation in Mississippi.
Dr. Lorenzo Neal interviews Minister Mattee Wheaton on her life and how she's learning to trust the unknown path of life
Traveling while black means researching more than ticket prices and exchange rates. There's a savviness to surviving racism in the United States and abroad as colorism, cultural appropriation, and xenophobia abound. Robin's faced it all as a black woman teaching...
I talked to my grandfather about his childhood, family, and how he met my grandmother. He also told me where my ancestors were from.
During this interview we talked about Betty's life in terms of her marriage, children, and lessons learned. Betty was extremely interested in swimming, and academics.