The Next Generation of Dancers, VMO, and History Behind the Movement: A Discussion with Danyel Moulton

Dancer. Director. Educator. Danyel Moulton is a staple in the dance community as her wisdom and her power is second to none. Danyel is the founder of LFG, an All Female collective that is most notable for representing Team USA...

Love has no boundaries- 12-17-2023 18:05:39

Gavin Felix Interviewing Joe and Diana Felix about interracial relationships and getting an answers from the both of them about the topic as they are in an interracial relationship

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Adventures of Antima Lopez Bega

Antima Lopez Bega was born and raised in Southern California and her family were migrant workers who picked different kinds of crops throughout California. She met her husband while doing so—they were married 68 years when he passed away in...

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Caroline Daughtry and Bella Dalessio-Skare

Caroline Daughtry (23) shares a conversation with her friend Bella Dalessio-Skare (19) about Bella’s experience moving from California to North Carolina, their feelings about living in Wilmington, their interest in fashion, and their experiences in college.

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Melody Lin and Charles Loring Woodman

Melody Lin (65) interviewed by her husband (Charles) Loring Woodman (75) about her childhood in Taiwan, marrying an American man and moving to Southern California, having a child with him, their divorce, her being a single mother, meeting and marrying...

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Scott Acord and Randy Crane

Randy Crane (46) talks with Scott Acord (59) about his journey from being a minister to working in a Christian finance company before he found the job that most suits him at Providence.

Roland Morales and Dennie Morales with Brooke Morales

Roland Morales (80) and Dennie Morales (74), parents to Jason Rolando Morales, talk about their experiences being parents and their hopes for his future.

Julia and Mimi

Me and my grandma (Mimi) talk about her life and her happiest memories

Makenna Givens and Sharon Totaro

Makenna Givens (18) talks with her grandma, Sharon Totaro (82) about her life. Specifically, raising kids on her own, losses of loved ones, and her mental health struggles.

Childhood Experiences

My mother came from a loving home however her parents were somewhat overbearing and over proctective. However, this kept her safe and she was able to create a loving home for me and a successful business. In my opinion, she...

Recording – 10-15-2023 18:14:19

my sister is 24 about to be 25 and basically I ask her experience of life at a young age and until where she’s at right now and what helped her throughout these years to find her career.

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Bryson White and Taylor Dalton

Friends and colleagues Bryson White (40) and Taylor Dalton (37) discuss how their racial identity has influenced their understanding of their Christian faith throughout their lives.

Life of a Southern California Dad

Tedd Chubb (father 45 years old ), and Bert Chubb (son 14 years old). Tedd Chubb explains times in his life to his son Bert, including his childhood, his current job, and life as a dad.

My Grandma Melba’s Migration Story

My grandmas family was born in Mexico and then migrated to Texas to live with other families on a camp. They later migrated to Lamont, California to work in the fields.

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Alan Zube and Tina Volen

Alan Zube (67) and his One Small Step partner Tina Volen (59) acknowledge the influential people in their lives, give opinions of their town's local politics, and discuss the issue of COVID-19.

Vincent Salgado and Hannah Myers discuss preparing for the climate emergency
November 12, 2021 App Interview

We discuss emotions relating to the climate crisis, coping strategies to help manage stress and restore attention, and make recommendations for neighborhood resilience in Chino, California

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John Ellis and Kara Silva

One Small Step partners John Ellis (43) and Kara Silva (51) discuss their shared love of the mind-expanding view travel provides. They reflect upon their difference religious views but shared sense of the importance of family and connection with other...

Ethnic Lit Final Podcast

I am talking with my classmate, we are both 17, our senior year, and discussing our personal essays. My story was about gaping up mixed and the personal experiences I’ve had to deal with because of it.