Terence Golston and Cece Golston

Terence Golston: 2020-06-17 18:36:57 Today, Terence Golston (22) interviewed my half-brother Vincent Ceaphus "CeCe" Golston (33). We talked about his childhood, career, dealing with COVID-19, Police riots, our Grandparents and family. (Terence, the interviewer, has autism.)

Me and my Grandpa

We talked about my grandpa’s memories and interests

Family of Italian immigrants migrate to America, serve for our country, and start a financial business.

This interview was recorded on November 30, 2019 in Fort Mill, South Carolina, United States. The interview was between Sophia Curcio, 13 years old, and Richard Curcio, 72 years old. Sophia is Richard’s granddaughter on his youngest son’s side. This...

The thanksgiving listen

This interview was mostly about my mom and her childhood. It is clear from the interview that she had a strong family connection growing up, with a strong bond to her mother. Her job as a pediatrician and her family...

Me and my grandpa

My grandpa’s interest in sports, school and more.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

Throughout this interview we talked about family, how life was back then, and memories.

Interview with my mom

Talked about a little bit of everything. The government was mentioned if you’re interested.

Social Justice – Our Voices Matter – Massiel Calderon

Inspiring change through conversation. In the aftermath of the brutal murder of George Floyd, at the hands of law enforcement, we are launching a new interview-based collection of stories where members can share their personal experiences in coping with such...

The Move

I interviewed my grandparents about their move from Philadelphia to Lindenhurst NY. They talked about their life in Philly, how the move was to Long Island. Talked about hope and money and how family is the most important thing.

Dani and Noa’s Experience During the Coronavirus

This is a summary between Noa Fisher(sixteen years old) and Dani Fisher(eighteen years old). Dani and Noa Fisher are sisters and live on Long Island in New York. This interview is about the coronavirus and their experience during this pandemic.

The Civil Rights Era and my Grandmother

My Grandmother spoke about what it was like to have lived through the civil rights era.

Carly Adessa and her mom discuss growing up in Howard Beach.

In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Long Island, New York, Carly Adessa (16) interviews her mother, Alisa Adessa, (48) about her childhood in Howard Beach. Her mom shares how school was as a child and what kind of...

Mom

We talked about some of my moms memories, important people in her life, and important moments in her life.

Bob Burgess shares details of his life from childhood to fatherhood, and how things can change.

In this interview conducted in December of 2017, Alex Burgess interviews her grandfather Bob Burgess about his life as a child, husband, and father. Mr. Burgess shares some of his favorite stories about his 3 kids growing up in Niskayuna,...

Interview with Poppy

Asking him about his childhood and things I didn’t know about his life.

Interview with Ned Micelli on 1/31/16

Words of wisdom from my grandfather during the last year of his life.

My grandfathers childhood

In conclusion my grandfather survived through the Great Depression survived WW2 enlisted in korean army in 1950 had four children and 12 grandchildren now lives a peaceful life