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- Story Corps 2
- Boston University School of Public Health 1
- Brook side 1
- Civil conservation core (ccc) 1
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During this interview, we got a chance to get closer by going through questions he enjoyed answering for this thankful evening!
My grandmother(mother as interpreter/translator) talks about her childhood living in Eastern Ukraine after WW2.
This is a interview of what it was like growing up in the United States as a immigrant.
An autobiographical reflection on the life and unique experiences of Olga Norget.
My grandfather’s dad came from Russia and we talk about his life and why he moved.
A Little story about my mother moving to live to another country by herself at 18.
My name is Daria Hrabova and the person I was interviewing is my mother, Oleksandra Hrabova. I am 16 years old and my mom is 54 years old. We talked about childhood, family, and growing up in Ukraine.
My mom and I talk about her college experience in Ukraine and how it shaped her into the person that she is today.
Orest Sosnivka (28) talks to his friend, Lida Vera Nedilsky (51), about moving to the US from Ukraine as a child, his family, being a performer and entertainer, his travels thus far, and his solution-oriented belief system.
Lidia Kyrychenko Drake (84) shares a conversation with her granddaughter, Katrina Zens (30), about her experiences and memories in wartime and concentration camps during World War II. They also talk about Ukrainian people, Ukrainian traditions, and the effects of war.
Jennifer Beard talks with her colleague, Professor Rich Feeley, about his global health career. They taught together in the Department of Global Health at the Boston University School of Public Health for 14 years. Rich devoted his career to working...
One Small Step partners Levi Gettleman (22) and Mike Korenblit (71) discuss Jewish identity, God, suffering, the Holocaust, and their perspectives on progress.
Nancy Warner (70) interviews her friend Alex Schmidt (75) about his family's experience emigrating from Germany to the United States. They also discuss his childhood in Germany and Washington State, his military and clergy careers, and his family.
Gala Korniyenko, a PhD student at The Ohio State University gives advice to Maggie Wilcox, a first year Master's Student at The University of Kansas, on community building and engagement, urban planning, international development, and life in general.
Marvin talks about his ancestry, their immigration to America, and his experiences in the U.S. Air Force.
Today you will be listening to my grandma Anna’s life story. #OceansideSchool4
Dorothy's childhood and young adulthood in Chicago in the 1930s and 40s, and her parents' families in the old country and in Chicago. The interview took place 12/26/2018 but was uploaded 12/28/2018. It cuts off mid-sentence, since I didn't want...
My mother grew up in tree Soviet Union and escaped discrimination and prejudice against the Jewish people by immigrating to the United States. My mother worked hard to get a higher education despite not knowing a single word of English....
My dad’s coming to America was not as easy as I once thought. My dad, his parents, and his grandparents all immigrated from Russia/Ukraine to Cleveland, Ohio in the year 1997 because they were exiled. I’ve never heard this story...
Katya Mischenko (46) has a conversation with fellow Ukrainian community member Lida Nedilsky (51) about Ukrainian culture and roots, and how their community has navigated the ongoing pandemic.
Friends Stephanie Richard [no age given] and Susie Baldwin (54) discuss how they were able to impact the anti-trafficking field as an attorney and physician, respectively.