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Folklife Director Lesley Schierenbeck interviews Olga Kobryn of the National Ukrainian Women's League Branch 98 of Monmouth County, New Jersey. Olga is a part of the arts and culture committee that produces exhibits and conducts workshops among many other projects....
Helen Bauman, born of Ukrainian immigrants in 1929 recounts life as a child of the Depression while growing up on a farm in Macungie, PA. She also remembers key moments in history such as her feelings during WWII and the...
I spoke with my grandma about her life and the different accomplishments and things she is grateful for, as well as lessons she has learned throughout her life.
My grandma, Alexandra Olenina, is 63 years old and currently lives in Ukraine. She come to America to visit her daughter and her grandchildren (me and my sisters). In this interview she talks about her life growing up, with a...
Chase Wakelin interviews his great uncle concerning his service during the Vietnam War, and inquires about Charlie Arms' opinion on the current Ukrainian conflict.
One Small Step partners Elizabeth Cochran (49) and Melody Shaw (65) witness the ways in which politicians and the media strive to keep us divided and fighting each other, which is not what they see locally. They agree that it...
Boris talks about his life in the Soviet Union and his experiences with the people aroun him. Boris contrasts his life in America to his life in Russia and why he believes the world is changing for the better.
Helen Wahlgren is interviewed by her daughter Cheryl Wahlgren (60) and her granddaughter Julie Sokol (24) about growing up on the Halsey Estate in Huntington, Long Island, NY, and moving to Austin, TX.
I tried to ask my grandma some questions about her life. She has Alzheimer’s, so it was hard to ask her open ended questions.
One Small Step conversation partners Mareisa (39) and Cheryl (54), both Democrats, discuss fiscal conservatism, their fathers as impactful figures in their lives, and healthcare.
One Small Step conversation partners Anita Lee (75) and Christine DeBastiani (53) have a conversation about being people who live on the borders or fringe, gender identity and trans people being politicized, and children being traumatized by COVID 19.
One Small Step conversation partners Phil Bailey (71) and Susan Sheremeta (55) talk about heritage, time in jail, the role of the government, and family.
We talked about Beverly’s life and career in art’s management. We also talked about Beverly’s parents’ journey from Russia to the United States.
Ukrainian Immigrant, Helen Fitzmartin, describes her early life and what she has learned from the U.S.
My grandfather was an immigrant during WWII. This is the story of his life.
From her childhood in Ukraine to today, Rita has gone through a lot. She discusses it in this interview
Immigrants, hunters, what I would tell my teenage self.
Over Thanksgiving of 2019, Mia Chuma (15) and her 76-year-old grandmother, Kwitoslava Saluk Paschyn, conversed about Kwitoslava’s journey to America. Mia’s grandmother reflects on her past, how she escaped Ukraine with her parents due to religious and cultural persecution. Reminiscing...
I asked my father questions about his immigration from Ukraine to eventually the West, and general questions about his childhood.
Dianna Hawryluk (26) interviews her grandmother Stephanie Hawryluk (76) about her experiences growing up in Germany, immigrating to the U.S., and living in New York City.