Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
Me and my older sister talking about life aspirations and me when I was much younger
Oliver Zagorin is a teacher for students with special needs. He is dating my sister (Adriana Mantilla) and she can be heard in the background. Oliver is the main focus of the interview.
My father, Chas Peterson, describes his childhood and growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, in the D.C area. He now works in telecommunications.
My grandmother, Carol Butscher, tells a story about the time she picked up a navy base captain in her car and her ability to talk openly with anyone, no matter their rank or place in society.
The road to adulthood is not always a clear path and sometimes it is the direction of others that helps a young person make the journey.
We talked about what her early life was like and what she liked to do
I ask my immigrant Grandmother about her experiences in the United States. I also inquire about how she has used math.
Kathy Wentz talks with colleague Dr Sidney Schechet about his journey to become a Retina Specialist, finds out how COVID affected him, and learns the value of patience.
In this interview, Erin interviews her mother about growing up in a religious family in Greeley and the time culture shock she experienced when she moved to Baltimore for college. Her mother shared stories about her travels to Mexico and...
Marian Atkins (65) shares what she knows about her mother's life story with her daughter, Veronica Seymour (35). They discuss how she survived World War II as a child in Japan, what it was like for her to immigrate first...
An interview comprising of healthy aging questions and advice to share with future nurses.
Gertie and Anna talk candidly about cancer during Covid19 and finding safe spaces to live and heal. They cover topics around misogyny, mountain life, compassion, doll making and women’s health and empowerment.
In this interview Geraldine answer question about her life
Marlyn Tillman () tells Autumn Blanchard (31) about her experiences as a parent and education advocate.
My Grandpa was born in 1930. We talked about everything from the start of WWII to him going on road trips with my Grandma and all of their kids. We even talked about who he voted for in the 1948...
We talked about her past and where she worked and I got to know some things I didn’t know that she did.