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Chase Wakelin interviews his great uncle concerning his service during the Vietnam War, and inquires about Charlie Arms' opinion on the current Ukrainian conflict.
Elizabeth talks about her experience moving from Sweden to the United States with her family in the 19702.
Olivia Lovett (16) talks with her great uncle Al Bennett (84) about his life in the military, how he met his wife, his career after that, what family means to him and opinions about the world
Thy Truong (16) talks to her aunt, Alice Nguyen (61), about her childhood in Vietnam, as opposed to her life after she sought refuge in the United States.
Avery Boyse interviews Kathleen Boyse, her 55-year-old mother. She shares stories from her childhood and describes her father George Sennett and his mother Erminie (Mimi) Sennett. She also talks about her career and the qualities she would like to be...
Keyonna Williams: 2020-11-28 22:18:24.... Keyonna Williams (15) talks with her stepdad, Hermon (42) about life, illness, and God.
Ross (73) and Ana (71) Clark talk with their granddaughter Gabriela DeHart (17), about their lives and what they've learned.
Helen Marie talks to "Photovangelist", Saddi Khali about the nature of his photoshoots involving only natural light, complete nudity, and an open mind ready to see one's own innate beauty.
My hometown of South Dallas serves as the basis for my work as an artist. Every location I chose to depict "what it's like to live in the hood" is connected to a friend or family member I questioned about...
Ori Har: 2020-06-03 Maya Laur, age 18, talks with her family friend Rabbi Ori Har age 66. They discussed her family history and how her legacy as a daughter of Holocaust survivors impacts her life today and lives of future...
I talk with Brian about his career in graphic design
Coming at you live (not really) from their homes, two freshmen from New York's "The Beacon School," Hayley Morales & Riley-Paige Belisle discuss in a teenager's perspective the events happening in the world that is from the messy year we...
Dr. Jill Douglass, Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, shares her thoughts about the importance of authentic learning experiences.
Dr. Luis O. Vasconez (83) talks with his granddaughter, Elisa Herrera (17). The two discuss various topics including stories from Dr. Vasconez's childhood as well as what it was like to grow up in Ecuador. Stories about his family's move...
In this interview, Benjamin (13) interviews his Aunt Zan (50s) to learn about her life. Zan currently helps leads a sober living companion group called Hightower Associates serves on the board of ABTA. She has worked on and off in...
Wall Street is the center of the global economy. To understand why Wall Street is more than just name of the street in Downtown Manhattan, a person who has spent more than 15 years working on Wall Street gives some...
In this interview, I speak with my oma about how it was growing up in Germany and how the Holocaust affected her.
A Waldorf School of Atlanta teacher (games/movement and woodworking) and WSA FOUNDING PARENT- Francisco Moreno – shares a bit of history, as well as some of the challenges, rewards and insights he has gained as a founding member of the...
Sharon Horton, my mother, is the last participant. She will speak about the house we have been living in for the past ten years. Growing up in an area where poverty and crime rates dominate social media narratives lessens the...
My father explains the immigration process coming to the United States from Cameroon with his four children and wife.
Les and his family had many narrow escapes from the Nazis during the war and they eventually managed to escape across the boarder to Austria from Hungary. They had to live in a camp for a few months before they...
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.