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How media has changed in the eyes of KB! We discuss things in media we’ve grown up with and enjoy a conversation about the future of technology and media!
COVID-19 has effected the lives of so many and recreated a new normal. Nick and I chat briefly how comparing how life once was compared to how it is now.
Interviewing my grandparents about their ideas of success and failure, and where these ideas came from.
Clarene Vickery was living in Brookhaven, Mississippi, with her 2-year old son Raymond on D-Day while her husband Captain Raymond E. Vickery was away in the Army preparing to go into France to fight the Nazis. These are her memories...
In 2018, a large group of Black banjo and fiddle players and allies gathered at a retreat in Orange, VA. These are their stories.
Anthony Ford discussed his recollections of attending and playing basketball at the Maggie Walker High School. He also discussed his genealogy which includes enslaved ancestors as well as Confederate ancestors.
I sit down and talk to my dad, ken, the most honest and selfless man I know.
In this interview, conducted in January 2018 in Vienna, Virginia, Leigh El-Hindi (16) interviews her mother Jeanne El-Hindi (48) about her interests in Middle Eastern culture and her time spent in Syria. The interview starts with Mrs. El-Hindi's childhood in...
This interview was conducted with me and my grandfather on December 3rd. However, the interview was abruptly ended and there will be a part 2 to this interview
Henry Hoke Parrish tells of some of his history.
Summary of my uncle, Jerome’s, life. He spoke about things regarding his childhood to his favorite moments in life.
Mostly talked about hilarious, dumb moments in his childhood and about the importance of accepting diversity and all forms and ways of life.
Sarah Katherine Hugo talks with Beryl Marin about her experience as an immigrant to the United States from India.
Speaking with my father about his childhood with 9 siblings and Catholic parents, his time establishing his own identity, and our family and the future.
We talked about the differences regarding living in two different areas (VA and PA). We also talked about family life.
Eric Peterson speaks on growing up in Norfolk, VA, his family life, and his love for learning.
We talked about what it was like growing up during his time, his jobs, spirituality, and career path.
Basically just a sit down conversation talking about life and what it’s about.
In this interview, I talked with both of my grandparents separately about important lessons that they learned throughout their lives as well as their relationship with each other