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Baby Boom Generation (1946-1964)
Date of Interview
Crocus Hill, Saint Paul, 1960
Oral History | Psychology
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Robin Moede is a Caucasian female born on April 29th, 1960. She lived with her parents and younger sister in Saint Paul growing up. Her father was a social worker. Her mother was an educator. Moede is Unitarian. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Moede describes her extended family and family members she was close to. She describes what her home life was like, such as chores, pets, and the music they enjoyed. Moede describes the differences between her liberal Unitarian practices compared to her Catholic friends and neighbors. She goes on to explain how spirituality and community are important to her. Moede gives a picture of what it was like growing up in a neighborhood with a lot of kids. Talking about the games they would play and the dog that would follow her around. She explains how connected the neighbors were in their neighborhood. Moede describes her experiences with open school and the theater activities she was involved in.
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