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The best lesson you can get from this interview is to be yourself and embrace being different be a proud forigher
I talk to mother about her life growing up and becoming a mother and the experiences she has learned from it.
Hopes and dreams of Kentucky youth and young adults.
I’n this interview two girls share their stories about growing up in Guatemala and Puerto Rico and then later in life both of the girls ended up moving to the US.
Wallie Williams served in the Vietnam War as a medic. He discusses the trauma he experienced.
Politics and religion were the majority of my questions, I asked those questions because I wanted to see how those things differed from the generation now to the generation before.
This is an interview of my mom about her childhood visits to her aunt and grandparents in the Kentucky Appalachians.
Even though I’m close to my mom, we never really talked about her past, regrets, etc. So, today I decided to change that asked her about her childhood, her hopes, her life.
Behind the curtains, beyond the stage, all successful productions depend on workers you never see—unless they make a mistake. Welcome you to the seventh installment of A Picture’s Worth: Running for our Future. In this Episode, we meet Connie Grubbs,...
The bond between player and coach can mean the difference between winning and losing. Still, the best coaches understand that the greatest achievements happen when you’re doing your absolute best, no matter the final score. Welcome you to the sixth...
An interview with Dolores and Oscar. For the time ever publicly announcing super puppy!
My parents talk about their memories of working at and enjoying the products of the Berea College Bakery and Candy Kitchen
A quick interview on Wilson Lohrer to get a look into his life now, in the past, and in the future. Gives a glimpse on his thoughts and feelings to get to know him better