2. Oral History
Getting high with your grandparents could be a great opportunity to get an unfiltered, unabridged history lesson that you won’t get in a classroom. Especially if your grandparents are of a minority population. Want a first-hand account of what life was like in the 1940s for an Asian-American boy? Stories from your Jewish grandmother’s adolescence in Brooklyn? If your grandparents are immigrants, you’ll probably get some amazing stories about coming to America. It’s so important to keep your family’s history alive. Your grandparents will love telling you about their youth and experiences! Just keep an open mind and listen to their tales.