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In this interview, conducted on November 23, 2017, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Mike Younis(18) interviews his grandmother, Eneida Laffont (93), about her life, including her childhood, her work life and marriage, and her experience leaving Cuba due to communism. She...
Discussion around Chef Monti Carlo’s work with Common Threads, Everything Food and Puerto Rico.
The origin and execution of a project to provide school supplies to the hurricane damaged areas by members of the Delta Xi chapter of Chi State, Delta Kappa Gamma International.
I loved hearing about his past and things I did not know about him before I interviewed him. He is my biggest role model so I love to listen to his stories.
I, with some help from my mom, interview my grandmother about her life. My 88-year-old grandmother has moderate dementia and is very hard of hearing. It was very difficult, but she loved participating and gave me a beautiful story.
Rebecca Nelson thought she was going to become an anthropologist, but life had different plans for her: “I feel that I am really helping create the kinds of people I want to be leading our society, and that is my...
Ann Hein of Bayou Teche talks about language, family, activism, education, and her roots in Cajun country.
I interviewed my grandmother Judith Foley about her life and childhood and learned more about my family and listened to her advice on how to live.
I have always been close with my mom, but this interview really allowed me to learn more about her and hopefully potentially strengthen our relationship even more after we discussed her wishes for me, and how I view life. Also,...
Nicole Overton (16) interviews Jackie Overton (72) who currently lives in Rocklin, California. She asks her about her life growing up in Louisiana during the late1950s and early 1960s, her fondest memories from her teenage, child, and adult years, and...
Best friends from the age of two – hear about their 11 year journey through Waldorf education: “I feel like Waldorf taught you things, but in a deeper way. You really learned something from multiple perspectives. You learned about it,...
In summary of this interview sometimes the military isn’t for everybody but for some people. It’s all about how you deal with your certain situation when you’re in the military. Mentally and physically you have to be strong.
My name is Will Hite (18) and this is my interview with my grandfather Bill Hite (85). In this interview, my grandfather talks about growing up in New Orleans during the Great Depression and World War II and later serving...
Fredrick Mitchell was born into a time of gray mists and steady rain. At the age of 5 living in Biloxi Mississippi, things started to get seized from him. First the rights of school were taken from him, then his...
Roommates Amanda Hoover (25) and Nicole Nikolich (27) reflect on their first impressions of each other and how their friendship was formed and has grown.
The power of early screening for dyslexia can save children from almost losing their lives to the prison system. Children can always rise above their challenges with determination and vision. There is ALWAYS hope. Never give up.
We met outdoors for our interview because our school is bursting at the seams! Amy shared her experiences as a founding Waldorf parent and her thoughts on how she meshes her Judaism with Waldorf education.