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A discussion focused on local food consumption with conversation surrounding family traditions, future intentions, and current association with local foods. Also taking a look at what future generations can do to increase the accessibility to local foods.
This is an interview with Mary Beth Seefelt, my spouse, as she reflects on her childhood.
Marelle Kesto interviewed Desara about life. Questions were being asked to desara regarding life, school, family & friends.
Dave is interviewed in Kalamazoo Michigan at friendship village about his career and family
She had a really amazing childhood with great family and then and amazing marriage and life.
In this interview, Mikaiah Holbrook (15) interviews her grandma Phyllis Holbrook (60), located in Flint, Michigan. Mrs. Holbrook shares her experiences as a child and tells about what it was like having ten siblings with two strict parents. She explains...
Christina talks about coming out as a transgender woman twice, with a 30-year interval back in the closet.
At the age of 20, I was pregnant and determined to have an abortion, but my dad encouraged me to keep Faith. Ever since that choice, my life has been filled with a good love from the most authentic person...
In this interview, we talk about her life growing up and our lives now.
I am interviewing Grant Hu a DCDS student and asking questions about him and his life.
This interview was for English/History Block class assignment I had for Carmel High School in the spring of 1996. I had started to get to know my grandfather better in 1995, when I got my drivers license and was able...
My interview was maiming about my mom and her life growing up and her life while she was younger.
Marine Corps Veteran Jerry Brunner shares stories why he joined the Marines and his service experience.
I talk to my aunt, Betsy Spahiu, about the issues of terrorism in the United States and how she’s dealt with it.
Me and my dad talked about what his life was like back then and how it influenced him to become what he is today.
I interviewed my dad on Thanksgiving. We talked about his family and childhood and he spoke of his favorite memories and lessons he’s learned.
We talked about his family and how his life was in school. I found out a little bit more about my Great- grandparents.
Tessie and Michael discuss what steps communities need to take to prepare for a climate emergency.
All about dad’s favorite foods and growing up in Puerto Rico.
We bounced around her life for the most part. We started off with how she met my dad and to their marriage, then we got to when my brother and I came into the picture.