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- Nazarene Theological Seminary 3
- AARP 2
- Antioch college 2
- Apt Associates (Research firm in Cambridge MA) 2
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Earl, (77) and his grand daughter Addie, (12) sit down and have a meaningful conversation to get to know "Epa" better.
In this interview done with Edgar Contreras (16) and his father Jose (46), they talk about the father's childhood growing up and who were his main influences in his life so far. They also talked over how Jose has came...
I talk to my grandfather (Poppy) about his life, wacky anecdotes, and the future
Fernando and his life. Everyone has a story to share and personal thoughts so here you go. What makes him him are the little things, his reactions,thoughts, ideas, and experiences.
I asked my dad questions about his life as a child in Mexico and his life now in Missouri.
Increasing urban biodiversity one yard at a time- a conversation with Zach Herrmann and Kristen Wolf, owners of City Roots Nursery in Kansas City, MO. www.cityrootsnursery.com
Back in the day, it often took years for things that happened on the coasts to really impact the Heartland. The coincidences of Norm’s life in 1969, while traveling in Europe (on a trip earned as a reward for serving...
Krystal Ragone tells all about her days in the Music business. Interviewed by Sam Ragone (Me)
We talked about my grandmother’s experiences throughout life and their brief outlook on the world.
Parents as Teachers Champion, Senator Pat Pattey offers her reflections on parenting, home visiting and early learning.
Krista and her husband Craig interviewed her maternal grandfather Robert Myron Wachter about his childhood, marriage, family, career and values.
For this interview, I questioned my oldest sister. I asked her multiple questions about her childhood and adult life which she gave insight on.
Her family left Germany in 1934 when she was 2. Eva's journey of discovery & passion for social justice began in the American South; then she found shared values at Antioch College and with the U.U.community...
This interview gives the point of view my parents have about life and seeing their daughter grow up and adventures out into the world.
I got to hear from my mom, stories of her childhood, and also of mine.
In this interview, my dad talks about his experience with his youth group as a child as well as his and his families background.
I ask my mom some questions about what it was like to get emancipated at my age.