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37:46
Fredric (Rick) Wright and Anne Wright

Anne Wright (61) interviews her husband, Fredric Wright (61), about their first date, his childhood, and their marriage.

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56:12
Keith Lamar and Amy Gordiejew

Keith (45) speaks to his friend Amy (39) over the phone about their collaboration on his self-published book "Condemned" about a prison riot he is accused of masterminding. Keith says he is innocent. He is currently on death row in...

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38:57
Harold Warren and Lee Warren

Lee Warren (61) talks to his father, veteran Harold Warren (91), about Harold's WWII service as a Buffalo soldier in the 92nd infantry. Harold describes his time spent in Italy and in combat. Upon his return to the U.S., Harold...

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38:02
John Cool and Tamyra Pelton

John M. Cool (60) shares stories of his U.S. military service in Berlin with his granddaughter, Tamyra Pelton (15). He remembers some historic events of the Cold War in the 1980s, and shares details of life on the ground at...

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39:29
Saul-Yuan Calvillo and Vei Darling

Saul-Yuan Calvillo (25) and their colleague and friend, Vei Darling (24), talk about life and communities in New York, queerness, and the city's influence on identity.

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38:37
Sheryl Ice and Lisa Gustaveson

Lisa Gustaveson (51) interviews Sheryl Ice (44) about her childhood, her career, and her work organizing the Faith and Family Homelessness Project in Seattle, WA. Sheryl talks about the role of religion in her life; she is currently pursuing a...

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31:03
Shamia Brightful and Mothyna James-Brightful

Shamia Brightful (32) talks with her sister-in-law Mothyna James-Brightful (36) about their relationship, and her appreciation and admiration for Mothyna's confidence and her work for women's wellness. Mothyna talks about her own journey in making conscious commitments to herself and...

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37:20
Leah Bishop , Gary Yale , and Carol Bradford

Leah Bishop (60) and her husband Gary Yale (62) talk to their friend and colleague Carol Bradford (52) about their history in philanthropy, what they hope for their children and the future.

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00:00
Brandon Heard and Lemu Coker

Brandon Lee Heard (24) speaks with his colleague Lemu Coker (38) about their life paths, dystopian science fiction closing in on reality, "spending your privilege," and identity.

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39:28
Heather Riley and Kinshasa Vargas-Pile

Kinshasa Vargas-Pile (47) talks to her wife, Heather Riley (41), about her love for being a librarian, especially in Baltimore, and the sense of community she has found through it.

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40:00
Amy Lindahl and Sarah Hall

Content: Amy Lindahl (34) talks with her friend and fellow science teacher Sarah Hall (31) about how to remain excited about teaching and help students to empathize with one another. Amy tells Sarah how she felt when the school she...

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41:36
Jennifer Davis and Mickey Tate

Jennifer Davis (41) talks about her family's experiences during Hurricane Katrina, and Mickey Tate (56) talks about raising 5 children as a single father, and the role athletics has and continues to play in his life.

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36:11
Whitman Rogers and Laura Rogers

Whitman Rogers (14) and his mother Laura L. Rogers (44) talk about how Whitman's dyslexia has impacted his life and inspired him and his mother to incorporate the resources and knowledge they've gathered about dyslexia into Laura's work in the...

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35:11
Michael Devereux and Lane Gustafson Devereux

Michael Devereux (63) and his wife Lane Gustafson Devereux (60) talk about their marriage of almost 35 years, their adopted children from their marriage and previous marriages, and reflections on parenting, marriage, and life.

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37:58
Kim Lyons and Sayeeda Carter

Kim Lyons (53) and, friend, Sayeeda Carter (48) share their perspectives on the system of incarceration. They discuss the creating writing project Kim recently completed with women in the St Croix prison system and some alternative solutions that could revolutionize...

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32:46
Ashley McGowan and Whitney McGowan

Sisters Ashley McGowan (33) and Whitney McGowan (31) talk about childhood memories, experiences living in Chicago, New York, Barcelona. They also share they favorite and saddest memories growing up.

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40:52
Christena Pyle and Neisha Tweed Bell

Christena J. Pyle (35), founder of the Ad Color conference, speaks with her close friend, Neisha Tweed Bell (37) being black women in the workplace, the challenges they face with showing vulnerability and wanting to transform workplace culture.

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00:00
Elizabeth McCormick, Maggie McCormick, and Katherine McCormick

Elizabeth "Libby" McCormick (14) talks with sister, Maggie McCormick (15), and mom, Katherine "Kaecey" McCormick (38), discuss the ways in which the library has supported homeschoolers and the programming they hope to see in the future.

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42:53
Leora Zahorik and David Muhlena

Leora Zahorick (88) talks with Dave Muhlena (48) about her Czech heritage and family genealogy.

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30:47
Sylvie Golod and Thaddeus Jones

Thaddeus Jones (38) and his career coach and friend Sylvie Golod (59) discuss how they met and the friendship they developed when Jones came to Richland Library and participated in Golod's career coaching services. Jones talks about the arc of...

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45:18
Chris Qualls and Julie Stepp

Chris Qualls (45) talks with his friend, Julie Stepp (50), about his time spent in a rural nursing home, the problems with rural healthcare, and the lack of value placed on caring jobs.

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33:45
Henry Bowman and Monika Bowman

Henry Bowman (72) and his spouse, Monika Bowman (70), talk about the day Henry was taken to the hospital and the importance of community-owned hospitals in rural healthcare.

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40:53
Edward Noga and Carl James

Father Ed (65) and his parishioner Carl (62) speak about the responsibility that Christians have to social justice and the role of their church has in bettering the community.