Omofolabo Ajayi-Soyinka, Efugbaike Ajayi, Eniola Ajayi, and Toluwalase Ajayi

Omofolabo Ajayi-Soyinka [no age given] is interviewed by her daughters Efugbaike Ajayi [no age given], Eniola Ajayi (42), and Toluwalase Ayaji [no age given]. Together, they remember Omofolabo's husband and their father, discuss Omofolabo's activism in Nigeria, and their move...

7th Grade experience

It a story of how I changed because of teacher that had my best interest in heart and wanted to see me achieve my goals but later died.

Dayo Ayodele and Donna Kovaleski

Spouses Dayo Ayodele [no age given] and Donna Kovaleski [no age given] discuss their upbringings, the importance of celebrating cultural diversity, and the evolution of Global Lounge.

Seyi Falade and Christopher Falade

Seyi Falade (40) shares a conversation with her father, Christopher Falade (70), about their relationship, the beginning of their business, how their relationship has changed as a result of working together, and how their business has grown.

Arit Ebong Interview

This is an interview with my grandmother, Arit Ebong, 82 years old. Here she shares her story of growing up in Nigeria, being married at age 12, and fighting to be educated.

My Interview With My Dad

This interview was about me asking my dad about his life, from childhood to now.

American Dream Interview with Ms. Sokoya

She talked about how proud she is of her heritage and how her father influenced her life.

About Mommy Tutu

Today, I learned about a very important person in my life. We talked about her past and what she hoped for her future.

AP Language Thanksgiving Interview: Mother 2018

I interviewed my mom, who like my dad, was an immigrant to America from Nigeria. She talks about the experience of being an immigrant and also living in America for a long time. Despite the label of "immigrant", you'd also...

Dr. Jovita Oruwari and Dr. Carolyn Pryor

Dr. Carolyn Pryor (62) interviews her friend and colleague Dr. Jovita Oruwari (55) about her career in breast cancer surgery. They talk about the importance of Black female representation in the medical field and how having a doctor who looks...

Sauleiha Akangbe & Safia Alakbar

Sauleiha manages the Just Birth program for Swedish in Tacoma. She spoke with her sister, Safia about the importance for this work and how it benefits the Black, Indigenous and Asian Pacific populations of her community. She also talked about...

Atiba Mbiwan, Keenan Mbiwan, and Quatez Mbiwan

Atiba Mbiwan (62) has a conversation with his son Keenan Mbiwan (37) and his grandson Quatez Mbiwan (18) about Atiba changing his last name to "Mbiwan" in honor of a close friend from Africa who was killed in a car...

Walter Sangree, Cora Sangree, and Lissa Sangree-Calabrese

Walter Sangree (90) talks with his daughter Cora Sangree (54) and granddaughter Lissa Sangree-Calabrese (16) about his upbringing and unusual family structure, his work as an anthropologist in Africa, and what he has learned in his 90 years of life.

Ann Norman and Norman Jones

Ann Norman [no age given] speaks with her friend and mentor Norman "Norm" Jones [no age given] about their shared love of history and religious studies.

Donald Carey and Ted Carey converse

Ted Carey, 67, son of Donald Carey, 92, have a biographical conversation briefly covering experiences and aspects of a full and rewarding life.

Rabiu Omolaja and Felisa Omolaja

Rabiu "Elijah" Omolaja (59) talks with his wife, Felisa Omolaja [no age given], about a dream he had that compelled him to leave Nigeria and start a new life in the United States. He discusses his religious beliefs, the work...

Stories From Here to There (Great Thanksgiving Listen 2017)
November 24, 2017 App Interview

In this interview, recorded on November 23, 2017 in Merrit Island, Florida, Simeon Swaby (14) interviews his uncle Daniel Inyang (46) about his childhood growing up in Nigeria, and his life immigrating to the United States. He shares stories of...

Eyiara Oladipo (Ara) Part 1

Eyiara talks about his early experiences during elementary school and his transition from Nigeria to the U.S