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Robert Pasin (50) talks with his son, Henry Quinn-Pasin (20), about the history of his grandfather and father at Radio Flyer, his love for the Little Red Wagon, and their family.
Ellen Lively Steele (84) talks with her friend Emily Guerra (71) about her time as a neuro-psych technician in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force, her life right after leaving WAAF, and what it was like as a New Mexico state...
Alvin Busby (69) sits down with his former academic advisor and friend Brenda Purcell (60) talk about his experience in the Navy and how he went back to school after being inspired by the kids on his school bus route.
Chuck Corra (29) and Nicolas Cadena (26) speak about the ways their backgrounds have informed their political views, and share their thoughts on community dynamics and the way personal context is needed to understand the identity that drives community attitudes.
Wendy Woodard (44) speaks with her husband Scott Woodard (41) about her childhood dream of becoming a pilot, her Air Force career, and her experiences with both challenges and growth in the military.
Rick Woldenberg (60) sits down with his friend and colleague Dennis Blackmore (66) to speak about the early days of the educational toy business and reflect on the growth of their company.
Dave DeVarti (65) speaks with friend and former colleague Lisa Powers (54) about his father's restaurant and bar Dominick's, which is a landmark for the University of Michigan community. He talks about how he got involved in community activism, and...
Barry Dunleavy (88) speaks to his friend Maria "Mimi" Garten (71) about his experience in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War, joining a seminary, and beginning an acting career in New York City.
Kevin Meyer (59) and his brother Steven Meyer (58) talk about their grandmother, father, and their family company, Mary Meyer.
Paul (69) and Mary Sue (74) talk about their work at the University of Michigan digitizing the library collection with Google.
Selwyn Bernandez (24) talks with his mentor, Liandra Tonge (27) about his experiences in, and transitioning out of foster care. Selwyn remembers those who have been helpful to him in his journey, including Liandra. They also reflect together on their...
Karen Woods [no age given] and her friend Carol Gaines [no age given] sit down to talk about the history of women serving in the military. The pair also share some stories of their own time in the service.
Timothy Kane (78) talks with StoryCorps facilitator Luigi Villanueva (25) about joining the Air Force, learning to fly, serving in Vietnam, and transitioning back to civilian life.
Rachel Zach (21) speaks with her mother, Jen Zach (51), about her grandmother, Margaret Zach's, connection with the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, iconic style, and warm demeanor.
Anthony Robinson (58) talks with his friend, Mike Ware (65), about his wrongful conviction and time in prison, his exoneration, and pursuing law after his release.
Olympic track and field teammates Dick Fosbury (72) and Reynaldo Brown (68) share memories about their experiences working towards and competing in the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City.
Norman Bellingham (54) speaks with his kayak partner Greg Barton (59) about competing in the Olympic Games, memories of racing, and the challenges they faced in training.
Erica Opstad (49) speaks with her husband and best friend Keith Opstad (48) about the people who fostered artistic interests in their childhood, Keith's impact as a high school arts teacher, and the lessons they take from these experiences into...
Nancy Nagle [no age given] speaks with her cousin Pat Curo (67) about their family history, childhood memories, and trying to preserve the 'Iipay Aa language by teaching others.
Victoria Holmes (81) and her niece Amy Buesing (61) chronicle their family's history in the military, and Victoria also talks about her and her husband's experiences traveling the world as a military family.
Marisol Rendón (44) and her husband Ingram Ober (44) talk about the art pieces and sculptures they created for The New Children's Museum, discuss their differing approaches to making art, and share some of their family's background.
Tom Rosso (52) speaks with his fellow board member and friend Phil Senescall (36) about autism awareness, parenthood, soft skills, and their push for inclusivity and accessibility at the New Children's Museum.
Dr. Madeline Manning-Mims (71) speaks with fellow Olympian and gold medalist Charles Moore (90) about their most memorable Olympic racing moments, their athletic journeys, and living with purpose after competing.
Laurie Egan-Hedley (45) speaks with her father Richard "Dick" Egan (79) about his military service as an electrician in the United States Naval Reserve, and his experiences in Vietnam during the war.
Donna de Varona (72) speaks with her teammates Cathy Ferguson (71) and Anne Warner Cribbs (74) about competing in the 1960 and 1964 Olympics, their careers following swimming, and the advancement of gender equality for women in athletics.