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A biracial couples view on racial equality, talking about their past and present. And discussing the future of civil rights.
Joe O'Geen (32) has a conversation with his mom, Mary Jo Peed (64), about her childhood, education and career path.
My name is Linzy Rivera and I interviewed my father Robert Rivera age 50 on December 3, 2019 in Dudley, MA. My dad’s father came from Puerto Rico with the circus when he was 18. My dad’s father also worked...
Curran family history, part 2, focusing on the Portuguese side of Olivia Curran's family.
Lulu Chow Wang ’66 talks with former Wellesley College President Diana Chapman Walsh ’66 about the importance of seeing female role models in positions of power.
This interview took place on November 22, 2018 in Milan, NH. Interviewee Lorraine discusses her childhood growing up in Fall River, MA, her relationship with her mother and father, the death of her father, and her absentee brother’s experience during...
Friends and colleagues, Cecily Miller (60) and Susan Berstler (59), discuss the Somerville art scene and talk about different projects they have worked on.
Ashley interviews her past high school teacher Ms Murray at Hudson High School in March 2020 to talk about her educational and travel experiences. In this interview Ms Murray goes into depth about her stories of becoming a teacher, her...
My father's memory of his early years, growing up in New England
My grandfather, Harry, was a rocket scientist for General Electrics. My grandmother, Marie, worked in an atomic power lab and chemistry research lab. They were married in 1951.
I sit down to talk with my friend and co-band member Colin Lamusta about growing up in small town Lynnfield.
Discussed the impacts of COVID-19 and isolation on adolescents. Also touched upon many aspects of how the coronavirus is being tended to by the government and the community surrounding my interviewee.
Friends and colleagues David Aronstein (68) and Dale Mitchell (71) discuss their work together on the LGBT Aging Project, an advocacy group they founded in 2001.
We talked about my dad’s childhood. We also talked about who was a bigger influence to him, his mom or his dad.
Memories of the Cocoanut Grove Fire, his POW experience in WWII, and, throughout a love of family