Sally Nemeth


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Sally Nemeth has a familial history of helping others through sewing. However, Nemeth’s profession is actually in writing and currently teaches screenwriting, among other things at Loyola Marymount University. She has lived in many different parts of the country, loving the big city of Chicago and California the most. After being involved in activism throughout her life, Sally Nemeth joined the Auntie Sewing Squad to help underprivileged communities suffering in the midst of a global pandemic.

Thematic Summary

(00:00:16) Sally Nemeth describes her background and professions. (00:02:56) She goes on to describe her experience when first joining the Auntie Sewing Squad, and how she got involved in the first place, the Auntie Sewing Squad dynamics, along with the hard times endured during the beginning of the pandemic. (00:15:17) Sally Nemeth shifts to talking about her greatest influence, and also the past places she has lived, along with highlights of her current place of residence: Los Angeles, California. (00:22:09) She continues to talk about Los Angeles and teaching at Loyola Marymount, describing the job in general and advice she would give to college students. (00:25:49) Finally, Sally Nemeth concludes the interview by talking about her lifelong activism and hobbies, pre-pandemic.

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Hailey Hopkins; Samantha Chevez Moscoso

Interview with Sally Nemeth



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