Armani Martinez and his mother, Johanna Ortiz, touch base on how family and God play a huge part in being truly happy.

In this interview, recorded on April 23, 2020 amidst the global pandemic COVID-19, my mother and I talk about her faith and how much it means to her. We also cover her struggles in life and how it has shaped...

I Interview My Younger Brother About His View on Online School & the Pandemic

I, Alexa Calcano, ask my younger brother, Aidan Calcano, about his experiences in online school. He talks about his school work and how he would like to see his friends in public rather than online. Aidan also talks about how...

My mother and I talk about my life and her life as well. I find out about how she felt throughout her life.

My mother and I talked about her life and my own. She has experienced difficulty throughout her life while dealing with 3 children. She’s a single mother working two jobs. At the moment she feels that we are succeeding in...

Valery Marroquin and her little brother, Derek, talk about the quarantine, and get to know each other better.

In Lawrence, Massachusetts my bother, Derek, and I get to know each other more. He is 10 years old while I am 13. I talk to him about his struggles with asthma and how mouth he much likes being at...

Maggie Wilcox and Gala Korniyenko

Gala Korniyenko, a PhD student at The Ohio State University gives advice to Maggie Wilcox, a first year Master's Student at The University of Kansas, on community building and engagement, urban planning, international development, and life in general.

Talking to My Mom, Struggles and Challenges

In this interview, I, Christina Einig, will be talking to my mother, Nga Luong, about growing up and challenges she has faced, and how that has made her the person and mother she is.

Living in My Mom’s Big and Adventurous World.

This is the story of a mother and how far she went to get to where she is now. This interview introduces my mom’s struggles, but also her successes. It is also an interview about her child hood and our...

Interview with My mom

I talk to my mom about her childhood, life as a parent and why she is proud of her children.

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Jaroslaw Piekalkiewicz and Ellen Piekalkiewicz

Ellen Piekalkiewicz (58) interviews her father, Jaroslaw Piekalkiewicz (95), about his experiences as a World War II refugee and a member of the Polish unit of the British Armed Forces. They also talk about their home in Lawrence, Kansas, where...

Emma VandeWater, Sean Tapia, and Urban Planning

Emma VandeWater is a student in the Master of Urban Planning program at the University of Kansas. Sean Tapia is a graduate of the University of Kansas and works at a planning firm in Chicago. In this interview we talked...

Interview With My Mom

This interview between my mom and I states what her life was like during her childhood, why she chose her present day job, and how she found her husband today.

Using Aira to enhance Personal Independence

Dustin has found personal independence since using Aira. He no longer has to ask friends or family for help. Dustin recently called in to Aira and went shopping with his smart glasses for the first time. All with a shopping...

Uncle Juan, and his life as an immigrant barber

During this interview we talked about not being perfect, but finding perfection in that inperfection.

My Grandmother’s Great Big Immigration Story

In this interview, I, Kiara Mejia, ask my grandmother, Gladys Paniagua, what her life was like in the Dominican Republic. From there, we talk about her transition to the United States and what she still hopes for in her life.

The Crossover at 8 years old

Great great grandma Rose had to cross over from Russia to Lawrence when she was 8 years old.

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Sayda Morales and Marc Lewis

Sayda Morales (22) and Marc H. Lewis (22) discuss their paths to and reasons for joining Teach For America, the ways their students have surprised them, and why they continue to teach.