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Immigrating with a refugee to America from Friesland (Netherlands) in 1960
talking to my mom about being a loud child, shoplifting, and loving who you are
My mom and I interview my grandma who lived in a ranch in Tupicocha, Peru. Then talks about moving to a city and then to the US. Including memories of her children, regrets and how she’ll be remembered
Interview with my dad talking about his past memories and things/people that have influenced him in life.
My neighbor, Everett Soucek, tell about his childhood, portland, hours time in the military, school, and ancestors. Worth listening to.
Interview on June 27, 2018 with my mom about my dad, birth, and memories of me (both good and bad). My nephew Doug (nearly 2) is in the background. This interview allowed me to ask questions I never have before...
Steve Allen, raised in California, but moved to Vancouver, WA talks about his experience being an EMT and police officer.
I (Natalie Unis) I terries my dad (Matt Unis) about his experiences throughout life and how that has shaped him. We started at the college years and moved up until now, him being a coach, teacher, and father.
Barbara talks about her experience working in hospitals where gender confirmation surgery was conducted, developing community, and advice for young queer people
Over thanksgiving I had the chance to interview my grandmother about her childhood growing up with her family in Akron Ohio.
My son and I talked about the writing life and how we would describe each other to people who didn't know us.
Moved from Tucson to Santa Monica to Salem to Oregon City to Bend to Salem.
Interview with my son Bennett Wilson on New Year’s Eve 2020, over 9 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and 6 months after our last interview.
I talked with my dad about his life, his marriage to my mom, his hobbies, and much more. This is a small recap of Eddy's life and what he has learned being 53 years old.
I asked her questions on what it was like growing up, spirituality, school, and other things
What is school like for a 6th grade student during the pandemic? This brief interview gives a glimpse of what a school is like for a kid before and after a pandemic.
An interview with Paul Schwer, the 4th president of PAE, in honor of PAE's 50th anniversary.
Audrey documents all of her favorites now that she’s 10: friends, school subjects and hobbies.
Dad is 40, Max is 4. Time for our annual Thanksgiving interview. Max shares about his preschool, soccer team, and his upcoming dance battle.
In this interview, I talk to my grandfather Sampath Parthasarathy about his childhood in India. I also ask him about my dad, and other family members.