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Artist Myron Laban [no age given] is interviewed by his friend and roommate Charles Pickett (25), and friend Mercedes Pickett (29), about his work as an artist, the origin of his "Uplift" series, his reminiscences of childhood, his engagement with...
Tami Yeager (47) talks with Michaela Marchi (40) about Michaela's recent diagnosis of lynch syndrome, a genetic disease that causes many forms of cancer and runs on her mother's side of the family - a Native American tribe from Isleta...
Janice Miller (67) talks to her sister, Barbara Miller (56) about their parents. She talks about her mother and father quitting school and working to contribute to the family when their respective parents died.
Spouses Julé Jackson and Ben Jackson talk about their plans to not kiss until they became engaged and promised to share the rest of their lives together.
Mary Payne (98) is interviewed by regional manager Amy Tardif (53) about growing up in Tennessee as the daughter of a railroad worker, becoming an educator in the country, moving to Chicago and working as a lab technician at the...
Armando Carlo III (45) speaks to his mother, Barbara Carlo (78) about how she met her husband and what it was like when he suffered a severe heart attack. Barbara also discusses her views on aging.
Paul Nilsen (83) is interviewed by his friend and former student Jim Perkins (64) about his work to make sure students with HIV were protected in the school he worked in 1980's in Wilmette, IL.
Joyce Robinson (79) is interviewed by her daughter Rhonda Winter (57) about growing up without a family and creating a loving one of her own later in life.
Hawra Alnabi (31) has a conversation with her uncle Yacoub Aljaffery (38) about their lives as refugees after fleeing Iraq, and their transition starting a new life in the U.S.
Kathryn Sesser (37) and Maureen Etter (30) talk about their miscarriages. They talk about being part of a supportive community of other parents who had lost children.
Gloria Colgan (81) and her husband James Colgan (83) are interviewed by their grandson in law Ryan Lindsley (29) and granddaughter Stephanie Lindsley (30) about growing up in the depression era.
Mary Ritter (61) is interviewed by her daughters Katie Ritter (29) and Sarah Ritter (26) about her childhood and career path in sports education.
Phil Wieland (83) is interviewed by his daughter Barbara Krantz (46) about growing up in Chicago and fighting in the Korean war.
Tracy Strating (52) speaks with her father, Earl Madden (75), about important moments in his life.
Michael Grover (36) talks to his wife, Lea Grover (34), about living with Glioblastoma (brain cancer) for the last 11 years. They talk about MG's cancer, their marriage, their fears, and their three young daughters.
Zainab Kahn (32) speaks to fellow activist and friend, Kadi Doumbia (52). Kadi is a survivor of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). She speaks about her experience and her current work around trying to end FGM.
Dr. Dennis Deer (48) talks to his colleague Cliff Nellis (44) about their work at Lawndale Christian Legal Center, politics, racial disparities in Chicago, their faith, and their hopes for the next ten years.
Emmanuel "Manny" Delgado (18) and his friend Lauro Gonzalez (17) are classmates at Morton East High School. They have a conversation about growing up in Chicago, their love for cars, and their plans after graduation.
Taskeen Khan (19) and Naazish Yar Khan (44) talk about their relationship and happiness they feel when they can connect as family.
Joe Van Sickle (30) interviews his grandmother June McCoy (80) about her experiences growing up in Missouri, her involvement in the civil rights movement, and her dedication to community service through the Methodist church.
Mia Porter (47) has a conversation with her longtime friend Heidi Mokrzycki (47) about the memory of his brother, and how his passing influenced her anti-gun violence activism.
Amber Bardon (40) talks to her colleague, Rachel Lugge (37), about what led to her starting her own technology solutions company, Parasol Alliance. They also talk about how they met and ended up working together.
Nicholas Spoor (40) and Zachary Spoor (31) reflect on their mother's recent passing. They also describe some of their memories about her.
Andrew McDonald (24) is interviewed by his colleague and friend Ahmed "Flex" Omar (38) about his early childhood memories, his high school experience, his most influential teachers, his time at Hampshire College in Massachusetts, and his interest in Muslim identity.