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Cassandra Walker [no age given] speaks with her friend, Jill Henderson (57), about her late son Terence, how she remembers him, and how his death has impacted their family.
Sherry Neil (49) and Nia Hodge (50) talk about the importance of community, conversations about mental health for Black women, and their hopes for Fresno in terms of equity.
One Small Step conversation partners Tania Santiago-Greathouse (36) and Dr. Cassandra Little (58) talk about their frustrations with partisan politics and how it affects their work, as well as their roles on the Central Valley Community Foundation's DRIVE committee to...
Brother and sister Thomas Dawkins (49) and Jill Henderson (57) talk about Thomas’ memories from growing up in their family, losing loved ones, and the life lessons the two have learned over the years.
One Small Step conversation partners Xuanning Fu (69) and Shantay Davies-Balch (42) talk about the importance of social capital in social mobility, interracial relationships, and the role of the DRIVE initiative in increasing equity in Fresno.
Philbert “PJ” Henderson Jr. (32) interviews his mother, Jill Charmayne Dawkins Henderson (57), about her life experiences and the evolution of The Bakari Foundation. They also talk about the death of Bakari Henderson and the importance of continuing to grow...
Atiba Mbiwan (62) has a conversation with his son Keenan Mbiwan (37) and his grandson Quatez Mbiwan (18) about Atiba changing his last name to "Mbiwan" in honor of a close friend from Africa who was killed in a car...
Good friends Alton Clark Sr. (81) and Jacqueline Davis (57) discuss Alton's life and the course of his military career, spanning 23 years from 1961 - 1984.
One Small Step conversation partners Lynisha Senegal (45) and Bernadine Tuisavalalo Tavita (28) talk about their experiences as women of color - growing up poor, engaging with their communities, and taking on the mantle of leadership.