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- StoryCorps Connect 28
- Family 17
- personal experiences 15
- memories of growing up 8
- COVID-19 pandemic 4
- 491 more
- Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 6
- LAJ Health 5
- Los Angeles Jewish Health 5
- Providence 5
- University of Idaho Extension 4
- 56 more
Jay and GY, Intensive English Program students from South Korea, discuss stereotypes with Alex, their Language Partner from the U.S. Stereotypes include ones that foreigners have of Korean people and ones they had before coming to the U.S.
My grandma is from Brazil so some aspects of her life, like her childhood are different than most people. I like to hear funny stories about her life growing up to get to know her better and how they impacted...
Cheryle Gail 56 years young, interviewed by Beth Marer- Garcia 59 years young, (my "sidekick/cheerleader/co-collaborator/inspiration) for Brave Voices. I shared my experience of childhood sexual abuse in order to contribute to breaking the cycle of silence that perpetuates children from...
Yanelli Ibarra (15) interviewed her older sister Vanesa Martinez (24) on the experiences she thinks made her the person she is today. What adversitys she had to overcome and how those experiences made her stronger and more wise as a...
Nickolay Kudymov (73) and his grandson Ilya Kudymov (14) talk about things in life.
This is an interview about a former citizen of England who immigrated to the United States and started a new life.
Shandra Woworuntu (44) talks with her friend and mentor, Katie Ford (65), about her decision to find work in the US so she could escape the violence in her home country of Indonesia. Shandra talks about how her new job...
Tim Paulitz talks about the Koppel Farm Community Gardens in Pullman, Washington and the ways community gardens build relationships, improve food access, and connect people to place.
Rural Roots, Inc. has had a wide and diverse impact on small farms and local food systems on the Palouse and in the Inland Northwest. Community-based and farmer-grown, this nonprofit organization has played a significant role in changing the local...
Barbara Wu (18 years old) interviews her older sister Susan Wu (21 years old) about middle school trends, college life, self-care, group projects, learning languages, faith, and more. Their cat stepped on the keyboard halfway through the interview and ended...
The beautiful and inspiring story of the young Spouts: the Whale Who Saved Christmas is authored by Captain Philip Howe, a sailor and an amazing writer for inspiring Children’s stories. He is currently working a licensed United States coast guard...
Alex Call (15) and his grandmother Chris Reid (80) talk about school during, World War II, life as a nurse, family history, and time spent in India. They also reflect on some important memories and a forgotten story about Winnie-the-Pooh.
Barbara Wu (18 years old) interviews her older sister Susan Wu (21 years old) about languages, interior design, plants, BTS, Taylor Swift, good books, and forum back then. This is part 2 of 2.
A discussion amongst family members about their experiences related to education and how they were impacted by the pandemic. Erin (25, They/Them) was furloughed from their job at the start of the pandemic, and then chose to resume college courses...
george warren talks about his life being from another country and moving around a lot.
Alexander Keene, a middle school teacher, interviews Kim Lane, a Registered Nurse, about her experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ilona Nanay (31) talks with her mom, Julia Nanay (69), about her experiences fleeing Hungary, growing up in the United States, and living through a global pandemic. Julia shares how difficult it was for her family to start over in...
Cedar Wolf (14) interveiws Judy Jaremko (80) about his life and her memories of him.
Dorothy Jane McCauley (93) talks to her daughter Sheila Marshall (59) about living in the Panama Canal Zone.
Oscar, born in Siberia, was a toddler when WWII broke out. His father was in the Russian military and could see what was taking place in Europe and became fearful for his family. After a stint in a Polish relocation...
In this interview conducted on Friday November 5, 2021, I spoke with my grandma Erlinda Saribay aka "Mama Linda" (75) via phone call. We were able to speak about a variety of topics ranging from her childhood memories, to when/how...
In recognition of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, Katherine Chon, Director of the Office on Trafficking in Persons at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and Julie Cordua, CEO of Thorn, spoke about the evolution of Thorn’s...