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Imani and I talked about the barbershop, how people have genuine interactions, and most importantly how our generation has grown to care more of the politics that control them.
Sandra Pitcairn talked about how she felt when she had cancer. She talked about the person who affected her life the most. She talked about her brother being murdered. She tells us about what her parents were like.
Stories from Randle, Washington, Coaching, and their Wedding
Mom shared what she learned growing up on a farm, what her grandparents taught her, the tough things she’s gone through. We (her kids) have experienced very little hardship, especially compared to her.
Barbara Watson was born in 1952 in Kansas and moved to Alabama. Her father served in The Korean War and was a computer programmer after that. Her mother was a nurse. She moved to Washington in the late 1950s and...
As we go through this interview we get to learn about Scolastica (Rinah’s mom) her morals, life lessons and hopes for the future.
Father Steve Petroff is a kind of survivor on the spiritual journey--a model for anyone who believes that if you work hard and stay close to God, doors that appeared closed will open. Just before his ordination as a Paulist...
One Small Step conversation partners Valerie Kling (61) and Regina Weldert (71) discuss the transformative moments in their lives, their shared love of connecting with others, creative expression, love as an ethic, and gender identity.
Maria E. Dominguez (42) talks about her childhood experiences as a Hispanic in predominantly white communities. The interview also describes how discrimination has affected her identity in society.
Rey Ortega (43) interviews his friend Viv [No Name Given] (26) about the art they create through various forms of creative expression and their advocacy work.
Sometimes, a tamale is all you need to brighten your 50th day at home during a pandemic
Sadie interviews her dad to get a feel for the process.
Leslie Heffernan, (43) speaks with her mother, Judith Holter; (75) about her memories of the eruption of Mount St. Helens on the 40th anniversary of the eruption.
Coworkers, John Ramirez (33) and Maira Sanchez (25), have a conversation about sandwiches, their experiences, Hispanic culture, their job at the library, and how their life has been since COVID-19 began.
Linda Godsey and Eden Kuhlenschmidt at the 2012 Library Of Congress Summer Teacher Institute
Dennis served in the US Army and was a proud member of the Golden Knights. He was injured in the line of duty, and that has affected his civilian life ever since.
Susan Mather (58) and her son Nicholas Mather (35) share a conversation about their family, their careers, their Faith, and their hopes for the future.
Eli Harris interviews Patsy Tyvand about her experiences as a mediator with the Center for Dialog & Resolution.
We talked about my granddad’s life.
My friend Anne Hermann has long had a passion for and involvement with the field of mental health services, particularly for older adults.
Spouses Richard Ohava (81) and Janet Hsieh [no age given] discuss their respective backgrounds, upbringings and their relationship.