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Joseph (60) was interviewed by Martha (47) about his move from Brooklyn to Bellmore as a child and his impressions of growing up and living in Bellmore
Two friends discussing growing up in Columbus, Georgia around the downtown area.
Selina Everson (Kaseix) told Alice Taff (Wudashéeyi Tláa) about growing up in a small Native community and learning about her culture. She talked about attending and working in Native boarding schools and discussed her experience teaching young Tlingit children about...
Peter Hiller, curator of the Jo Mora trust, discusses the life and artistic contributions of Jo Mora
David Linzee, 63, discusses his career as a novelist and writing for local publications in St. Louis.
Married couple Joseph Galante (77) and Patricia Galante (73) reminisce their childhoods in Italy, and how they met in America.
Rosita Carida-Miller (68) was only a young girl when she came to America, yet she has plenty of stories from the "Old Country." She shares her story with Sarah Lydon and Annette Fantanzo.
Ellen Jacobs (52 years old) interviews Walter Jacobs (13 years old) about his love of horror comics and horror movies and about making his own short movies. He ponders the perennial question posed by the horror genre (who's really the...
Pauline Katz (25) interviews Melody Chapin (25) about growing up poor, moving to a new community, recognizing racial and experiencing social interactions and demographic change as a result of neighborhood gentrification, and grappling with the fear of a loss of...
Joan (64) spoke about her grandmother coming from Ireland and adjusting to life in America.
John Lillig (45) interviews his parents-in-law Seung Ja Lee (70) and Geung Goo Lee (74) about being born in South Korea, immigrating to Germany, and eventually settling in the U.S. Other topics discussed were family, golf, and travel throughout the...
From desegregating lunch counters in Maryland and Virginia in 1960, until today, David Hartsough (73) has made peace his life's work. In this powerful interview with his wife Jan (72), Mr. Hartsough shares his personal stories on waging peace.
Otto "Ted" Theodore Benfey (90) speaks about WWII.
Ms. Traumann (55) reminisced about her father, Michael, a German who immigrated to Brazil where he farmed. Mr. Davis (58) talks about the history of violence in his extended family.
Lance and Ernestine discussed systematic racism against Natives in our society, particularly in the educational system.
Kara Krekeler, 33, interviews her father, Dave Beightel, 67, about his childhood ordeal with polio.
Mushroom hunters and educators talk about mushrooms and mushroom hunting.
Maria (68) shares her story of leaving her home in Yugoslavia.
Brian (53) talks with his daughter, Regina (30), about his experiences growing up in San Francisco in the 1960's and about his relationship with his father.
John Hagen and Jessie Morgan talked about teaching and learning culture. John also talked about his art and work, and how that impacts his identity.
Tony told the story of the time he went to California for a concert without telling anyone.
Bonnie (48) and her daughters Stephanie (24) and Heather (22) talk about favorite memories and band trips.
L. David Bain (64) shares the story of his friend Barry Gerard LeBlanc (57), who survived for over 30 years outside on the streets of San Francisco, and who died in the middle of the night on January 18, 2014....