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We talked about their lives throughout college and throughout their early married life with a few anecdotes about their friends and my parents.
A veteran teacher discovers Waldorf education: “ My best advice for my students would be to keep your imagination open to learning new things so that you can always be an enthusiastic learner.”
In this interview we speak about life as a catholic girl growing up in Buenos Aires Argentina in the 20’s and 30’s.
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.
The eighties, a time of bright colors, classic movies,Michael Jackson, and a decade of fun for all. Colbe Thomas interviews his father Brandon Thomas, a man from New Orleans about his struggles in the 80s (5:25-6:32) and how he met...
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.
In this interview, I (17)spoke with my grandmother, Juanita Candies (75) about her childhood and life experiences. We talked about school, religion, jobs, and relationships
Sisters Jaida Elyse Nelson (35) and Joia Erin Thornton (36), reflect on their sisterhood, their experiences growing up and going to college, and why they started the Queen Esteem Foundation.
We discussed Dufour’s young life, his life during WWII, our ancestry, and his family.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Amariah Thurston (16) interviews her mother and friend Leslie Thurston (47) about her experience of watching Hurricane Katrina unfold. She reflects particularly on the government response to the disaster...
Kennedy Williams interviewed her grandma (Willie Mae Hines) about her childhood in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Illinois. Willie Mae talks about her family and children and leaving a message to the future generations.
Pom was robbed and shot on the west bank after hurricane Katrina.
I interviewed my mom and we talked about various parts of her life. We talked about important events that have affected her, school life, and any advice that she’d liked to give.
I️ talked to my mom about her past experiences in life and school. She gave me advice for life and told me things about her past I’d never known.
Mainly we talked about the highlights of her life and how that affects her currently
Ann Hein of Bayou Teche talks about language, family, activism, education, and her roots in Cajun country.