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Hannah Kucharski interviews her grandma, Audrey Kucharski, for her StoryCorps project. She asks her questions about her childhood, dating life and about religion.
One Small Step partners William Cherry (35) and Aaron Pillen (29) discuss the most influential people in their lives, their views, and their attempts to find the political middle.
Interviewing Ryan Bigelow on the subject of working in hospitals during a global Covid pandemic.
Jeff Gilderson-Duwe (59) has a conversation with colleague Thomas "Tom" J. Hennen, Jr. (73) about Tom's youth, family, and work in libraries and library systems in Wisconsin.
Stephen "Steve" Schultz (74) and Harlan Mueller (78) have a conversation about their wives' diagnoses of memory loss, their shared need for social connection and support, and the creation of the Purple Canoe Club.
Ed (Edward) Mallonen III—a member of the team of engingeers who had to find a way for the Apollo 13 to return safely once problems arose—retells the high-stakes work he and his fellow engineers invested to create a solution to...
15 minute conversation about her experience with gender norms.
Husband and wife Mary Flynn (69) and William “Billy” Flynn (67) recall how they met, billy’s career as a musician. Billy writing music for the movie Cadillac Records, and Beyonce performing his guitar version of “At Last” during the inauguration...
This interview was about the journey of my mother moving from Mexico to Milwaukee.
Sarah Pearce (72) interviews her neighbor, Alcira Ruiz (85), about her life in Cuba, the Cuban Revolution, and immigration to the United States.
This was an interview about my Grandma’s life starting from the 40s progressing to present day. It has her thoughts, opinions, and ideas and how worldly events have shaped her.
My dad and I discuss the Cold War, 9/11, and the Afghanistan War.
Brenda Armour [no age given] speaks to her colleague Opal Jones [no age given] about working at Cooper House, a place to house and support people with HIV and AIDS.
I interviewed my grandfather about his time working with VISTA in 1969 in Milwaukee.
Paula Fine was born in 1941 in Chicago. She defied current standards of women's position in society by seeking "more." She attended college and earned a Masters in Library Science. She worked as an English teacher as well as a...
Two friends share memories of a friendship spanning 33 years, multiple states, marriages, kids, and cancer.