“I knew I was on dangerous ground:” Two men working to tell the story of a lifetime.

Fred and Craig talk about their five-year project to write Fred’s life story, a story with roots in the South during the Great Depression, and stops in the Army, the prize-fighting world, Harlem, Sing-Sing Prison, and Washington DC.

9/11 Interview

This is an interview about September 11th with my mom who was two blocks away from the World Trade Center.

Interview with grandma

In this interview, conducted on November 2018 in East Fairview, Paul Hardy (15) interviews his Grandma Linda Hardy (76). We talk about how her family left Latvia during WWII. She does tell a story she never has before about and...

Talking to Grandpa Gene

Interview with my grandfather, about his life and the special times in his life like meeting my grandmother, joining the military, and his information about his parents.

Life in the US, LA vs NYC, and Tech

We talk about his immigration experience, college in the US, and the future of technology

Life through the eyes of Yahaira Perdomo

In this interview conducted on October of 2018 in New York City, Orlando Caceres interviews his mother, Yahaira Perdomo on her experiences on life in the Dominican Republic, youth, motherhood and most recently her experience emigrating to the United States...

The Numbers Racket in our Apartment

My dad remembers his mother. There are some comments he makes that are offensive, but he says he is a product of his time. I however apologize if someone takes offense. From a cultural perspective, it does clearly show a...

My friend William

We talked about William’s journey from drug addiction and homelessness to his life today.

Interview with my Aunt

Family History and her life as a child and how it was like being a child of Chinese immigrants

“The hardest person to come out to was myself” Siobhan and Erin interview Anne and Mary

Anne and Mary have been married 30 years. Their niece Siobhan and her wife Erin interview them about their journey coming out to themselves and their families and building their lives together.

Josh Brown

Josh Brown tells the story of his musical life

Still percolating..an interview with Robert Carey

Robert Carey (age 99), aka Pops, talks about his life growing up in New York City, his time in the service, and his family.