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My name is Eduardo Galvan, I am interviewing my father, Andres Rodriguez, a police officer of the city police department, to gain a better idea of the issue of DWI as well as to understand his story as he was...
Alex talks with a co-worker - Jason, about drugs, prison, discrimination, family, and much more. This conversation took place in Wilmington, Delaware 04/13/2021
One Small Step conversation partners Mike Steuwe (41) and Meg Mott (65) talk politics: Republicans, Democrats, "Republicrats"! They discuss the value of hard work, the importance of the Bill of Rights and issues of public safety.
I interview a close friend about his time in the military and police
Heidi talks about growing up, feeling like she always had a “boy’s brain,” her first love, coming out in her 20s, and becoming a police officer and self defense instructor.
In this video my grandfather describes his work as a police officer and as a security guard for Hunterdon Central Regional Highschool. He tells us about his highs and lows of being a police officer.
Ruhama Lamure (23) chats with her mentor, Pete Anders (56), about her hopes for her new career, what it means to be an officer in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and how the police force can attract more women and people of color.
Bill Hicks talks about joining the Arlington County police department years after almost being killed by a police officer for attempting to help black voters in Georgia register to vote during the civil rights movement summer of 1967.
MiaBella (14) and Justin (33) talk about Justin’s childhood, his coming into me and my moms life, and the imprint he would want to leave behind.
Part 1 of 4. "Between the year we had double the arrests and the next one, when I became Chief, where we made half of that, which year did the police work harder? When we made more arrests or fewer?"...
In this interview, conducted in 2017 in Fort Worth, Texas, Emily Kizer (14) interviews her grandpa, Don Kizer (67), about his childhood and family life. Mr. Kizer shared what life was like during the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam...
The 80 years through faith, life, marriage, raising kids, marine corps, Law enforcement a good life
Christine "Chrissy" Glenn (69) and her mother, Mary Ellen Glenn (97) talk about their family's history with mental illness, the stigma of mental illness and the need for better mental health support. They remember family members they have lost to...
My Aunt wanda had a few choice words for the tourists flooding Floridas beaches, Governor DeSantis and Donald Trump. When it comes to the virus she refuses to go down without a fight. Aunt Wanda has entered "Walking Dead Mode"...
[Recorded: Tuesday, November 9th, 2021] Jon del Rosario and Maddy Deal have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville. Jon shares about his childhood growing up in Virginia Beach and how he has more recently started following politics with his...
I interview my mother on the current political climate and how her past expirences and current living situation affect her view points and opinions
Ashley and I are both 17 years old and live in San Jose California. We both are in the same Ethnic lit class here at Branham.
Alexis asks John about what it is like being a police officer and what kind of things go on.
Interview in Chicago Illinois, November 24,2017. Interviewee: Noreen McDermott, lived in Chicago her whole life, 79 years old, interviewed by her great-niece, Elizabeth. Points discussed: Nor’s family, important points in her life, memories of her childhood