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Lee Loftin discusses the death of his cousin in 2016, his views on religion, and film makers who influenced his life.
Joseph Howe, a Vietnam War veteran, explains the every day challenges faced by veterans once they come home. For him, health issues resulting form Agent Orange exposure continue to affect him to this day. He also talks about the hypervigilence...
Molly talks about why she chose the Santa Cruz Waldorf School for her son and the warm, rhythmic and loving environment in which these young children are able to explore and grow.
Suzanne’s faith began with singing in the choir and has led to her leadership in providing shelter services for the homeless throughout the community. Building community is part of everything she does, and she’s learned to do that at Peace...
Finding a community where you feel like you belong is so important to finding peace.
World War Two veteran and longtime Watsonville native, Al Hopson tells of his time in the United States Army Air Corps (now called the US Air Force). He enlisted in February of 1943 on his eighteenth birthday. His intention was...
Alison (Keeler) Carrillo shares with us her experience of “plunging in” as a founding parent at the Santa Cruz Waldorf School back in the 70s, her 41 year connection to the school, how the parents over the years have made...
I talked about my childhood, what I did that was really dumb and the people who impacted my life.
Amanda McLeod talks about life as a preschool parent at Santa Cruz Waldorf School: the magical and inviting campus, warm and nurturing community and how she feels her son’s essence is honored in this environment.
In this interview, conducted on November 24, 2017 in Santa Cruz,California. Cinna Gresham (17) interviews her mother Sandra Gresham (61) about her childhood and family. Ms Gresham shares her love of books and all things ballet.
We discuss fond memories of the past, the value of gratitude and having awe-inspiring experiences, and our hopes for the future.
Mary Caravalho’s mother died young of cancer and Mary honored her mother by taking on her mother’s role of staying in touch with her cousin Judy throughout Judy’s life. Now Mary honors her cousin Judy by uncovering and telling the...
“Peace” is an action verb, not just a noun. Personal transformation and relationship building are paths to peace.
Nicholas Piediscalzi, a retired United Church of Christ minister, talks to us about his personal experience and relationship to peace, as well as his work in peace-making in larger settings. As a minister in Chicago in the 1940s and 1950’s...
I picked my mother as my person of inspiration. She is inspirational. I asked about 14 questions.
Speed Leas talks about his distinguished career as a United Church of Christ minister. Throughout his career he made significant contributions to civil rights and peace making in the communities in which he served, as well as within the many...
Reviewing the teenage years of two Asian American millennials and how they met in the most millennial way!
I asked my father questions about his life growing up and the outcomes of his experiences.
In this interview, Ava Willis (16) and Rowan Hutchinson (16) talk in Live Oak, CA. They discussed a favorite memory of Rowan and computers, as well as how Ava feels she will die, and how she wants to be buried.