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José Luis and Alison discuss the things he loves about Richmond while also acknowledging the challenges of making a life in a new country. The two also talk about his love of learning, travel, and his future education plans!
Asking a Sudanese millennial about the pressure to conform to American culture.
Interviewing my grandparents about their ideas of success and failure, and where these ideas came from.
Bill and Alison talk about why the Meltdown Ice Festival is special, what makes it different, and how the visiting carvers embrace this small Midwestern town in the dead of winter.
Joe Swanson, also know as “Trophy Joe”, is an artist and skateboarder extraordinaire. We discusses childhood memories and what it was like to grow up as an introverted lefty in Richmond.
This interviewed was done with the assistance of a translator. Gricelda talks about things she misses from Mexico (food!) and what types of culture events would be fun to incorporate into life in Richmond. She also talks about how she...
Part one of two: Maria sits down with Alison and translator Kaitlyn to talk about family, her move to Richmond, and ways she believes we can incorporate more Mexican culture into the town she has grown to love and appreciate!
We talked about what Lexi’s life was like growing up and how that’s shaped her now.
Her family left Germany in 1934 when she was 2. Eva’s journey of discovery & passion for social justice began in the American South; then she found shared values at Antioch College and with the U.U.community…
My dad talks to me about some of his memories of his time in Mexico as well as some of his memories of me after we moved to Mexico (A problem occurred in the middle of the recording where it...
Claudia reflects on her childhood and the importance of family in her life. She shares lessons from parenting, mindfulness, and teaches Kaitlyn the concept of “self-talk”.
Ginger and Alison talk about the early years, how she started a family and moved to Richmond, and how the art scene/culture in Richmond helped her find herself and her talents!
My father, in short, briefly explained significant memories and how they shaped him to who he is today. He goes on expressing his appreciation and love for the people in his life who have contributed a major influence.
This interview talks about Carol Tabaka’s teaching experience. It shows how she has grown to become a teacher and her feelings about teaching.
Talking with my mother about how she grew up and how being a parent changed her.
In this interview we talked about my mothers life when she was a child and how she met my father.