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Trea Houska (14) interviews her grandma Jean Houska (85) about her life growing up in a small town.
This interview was conducted on November 23, 2017 in Andover, MN. Nana’s almost 60, my grandma, and an amazing person. I am 14 and in school. We talked about the life, life choices, and values of Nana.
In this interview we get into the topics of my aunts life and what she lives by. My aunt is a very hard working woman who came out of a rough childhood.
This is about my mother’s childhood life when her family were immigrant from Laos. She explains the difficult moments living in the United States such as language, poverty, and marriage.
My mother and I talked about her life as a child and memories she had. We also talked about people who influenced her, and we talked about myself.
Interview for a school assignment about someone important in history that they admire.
The interview was a success. The main topics we hit were major events in our past and how we can learn from them. I actually learned a lot that i didn't know about my mother.
Ari Witkin (34) speaks with his mother, Cindy Witkin (63), and grandmother Jean Witkin (89) on their varying intergenerational experiences growing up Jewish, family characters, and Jean's involvement philanthropically.
We asked each other questions about our lives and our cultures.
Me myself wanting to join the military I interviewed my grandpa on what it was like to be in the army reserve.
Isaias talks to me about his heritage and compares his life in the United States with his family in central America.
Sylvia Hegeman talks to her father, Adrian Hegeman, about everything from growing up, to travel, to how he met her mom.
I interview my grandparents about how life in quarantine is.
Asking my mom and dad about their lives growing up and getting married.
My dad is a man of few words. He answers immediately and without hesitation except when the tears come on it is hard to continue for him. But he is strong, he has always been strong.
We talked about Melinda’s life and what she enjoys doing in her free time. We also briefly touched on her thoughts about death and dying.
Juan grew up in Columbia and moved to the United States when he was 12. He is a college student, studying to be a pastor.