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Phil Norman Sr. (90) speaks with his grandson, Stefan Lutter (28), about growing up on a dairy farm, adventuring with this friends as a child, serving in the Navy, and their close relationship with one another.
Bob Downs (60) interviews Robert Whaley (61) about his long career as a national park ranger, including his many adventures at Isle Royale.
Jebbie Lavoie (53) talks with partner, Paula Sanchez (47), about growing up in Malaysia, how she came to live in the U.S., her passion for art, and love of the Getty.
Graduate students in neuroscience Emily Celestina Sales (27) and Sarah Josephine Stednitz (30) speak about their experiences as women in the sciences and the injustices they hope will be addressed in diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Oregon.
Adam (40) and Cristina (41) Perron discuss Adam's military career, his deployments and how he has dealt with his PTSD since his retirement from active duty.
Mike Wollmer (63) talks with his wife, Barbara Wollmer (55), about how they met volunteering on the Ice Age Trail and what the trail means to them.
Martin Kelliher (54) and Father Bill Creed SJ (77) talk about how they came to know each other, and Martin's journey from being imprisoned for attempted burglary, to the successful person that he is today.
Amy Spiker (43) interviews her father, James Reeves (87) about his time serving as a Marine during WWII. He also talks about his 70-year career as an auto garage owner and his 64-year marriage.
Lani Habrock (36) interviews her colleague Imam Imad Enchassi (57) about his childhood on a refugee camp in Lebanon and his interfaith work.
Steven Coffee speaks as a father and military officer about how he has grown in his personal and professional life through caring for his son's health after finding out he had galactosemia, a metabolic condition, which required a liver transplant...
Susan Holick-Bade (53) talks with her friend Wendy Rowehl-Miano (56) about caregiving for her mother after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and then transitioning from caregiver to patient when she herself was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Emily Yellin (58) and her conversation partner Rosalind Withers [no age given] discuss the contributions of their fathers in media within the Civil Rights era. Rosalind recalls the imagery her father captured in the Emmett Till trial, the sanitation workers'...
Sophia Pauca (20) and her friend Kayla Memis (22) discuss their relationship with their brothers. They discuss the impact of their siblings being diagnosed with intellectual disabilities, how their families have approached this medical designation, how it's influenced career choice,...
Philip Hanson (36) tells Stephanie Jackson (34) about his time in the Army and the National Guard, including his deployment to Iraq.
Kate Corsaro (22) talks with her mother Kathleen Roe (64) about why they chose their respective careers and the impact they would like to have on the world.
Friends and colleagues Deborah Hollis (54) and Janet Bishop (54) talk about what it is like to be African-American archivists and how the demographics of the field has changed over the last 30 years.
Véronique (41) and Mark (36) talk about being humanitarian aid delegates for ICRC and the American Red Cross respectively and tell stories that have touched them when working in the field.
Colleagues and friends Margo Bubb (54) and Stacey DelVecchio (44) discuss the early history of the Society of Women engineers, their work with Caterpillar (CAT), and their paths to the engineering field.
Virginia Titus (65) talks with her nephew Allan Hayton (43) in Gwich'in, the language of the Gwich'in Athabascan people. She tells him stories about her life growing up in Fort Yukon, Alaska.
Aaron Pylinsky (35) interviews Matthew Askren (26) about joining the Marine Corps, being stationed in Japan and then being deployed to Afghanistan.
One Small Step participants Stuart Munson (64) and Daniel Fairley (29) share a conversation about their political and economic beliefs, how their beliefs have changed over time, and the people in their lives that they admire.
Spouses Lawrence B. Jacobs (77) and Alice Jacobs [No Age Given], together with their son Joshua S. Jacobs (48) remember their son Aaron Jeremy Jacobs, who was killed during the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center. They recall...
Rosario Cervantes (66) talks with her son Andrew Cervantes (44) about how her childhood healthcare provider was a veterinarian since the doctors were not affordable, and how she learned effective home remedies from the family's midwife.
Phyllicia Daria McGowan (59) is interviewed by her friend, Susan Kocen (50), about her life as a queer person, who for so long did not fit into the queer community.