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- Jamaica 3
- Middlebury College 2
- School 2
- Annenberg Space for Photography 1
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- English 2
This interview is private.
My Mom and Step Dad are getting married soon. I wanted to ask a few questions that might not be remembered. I also wanted things that are not sad every day to be told today. My parents won’t get to...
I spoke to my grandmother about what it was like for her growing up in Jamaica. I also asked her about her trip to Europe as an adult.
Sheila Silverstein is interviewed by Mark Capell(14) and talks about how her past has affected her actions and current lifestyle. While going through many experiences she has had, she says how so much of her life has meant so much...
In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2017 in Annapolis, Maryland, Sarah interviews her aunt Mary Foelster about life growing up in Maryland and her career path along the way. Mary talks about life growing up for her as the...
We talked about my grandmother’s family and where she grew up. We talked about what she was proud of and grateful for.
I asked Emily about her thoughts on moving to Jamaica for her Peace Corps assignment.
For this interview, we pretty much spoke about how it was growing up in Jamaica and things to look forward to in the future.
Kenneth talks about growing up in Queens, coming to terms with his relationship with his parents, his partners, HIV, his blindness, and the joys of the groups that he is a part of and how they have helped him and...
We talked about there lifestyle and how they lived. I asked about their childhood and where they lived.
I asked my Grandma 10 question about her life and she shared somethings that I’ve never heard before.
Nick disscusses what it is like to live in Jamaica.
A niece speaks with her uncle, who serves as the historian of the family, as well as being an artist, a writer, and a lifelong educator to all who he comes across.
Originally a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College’s Davis Family Library initiated a series of oral interviews, “In Your Own Words.” In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace their...
Hear a compelling account of a young woman’s experience in the Cuban Revolution and her journey to America for the greatest gift of all, freedom.
We talked about our family and how she had to adapt to her surroundings because everything was different when she moved. We discussed her childhood and the love of her life and who impacted while she grew up. She told...