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Ada Marie Babineaux (58) interviews her mother, Geraldine Marie Babino (88), about her upbringing, life in Opelousas, Louisiana, and memories of her parents, Savannah Frank and Nathan Frank Sr. Geraldine also shares how she met her husband, how she settled...
Childhood friends and One Small Step conversation partners Sandy Fowler-Jones (67) and Barbara "Bobbie Jean" McLenny Herrschaft (67) talk about the importance of their friendship in 1960s North Carolina.
One Small Step partners Janet Hayes (64) and Karen Jordan (69) talk about the formation of their political opinions.
One Small Step conversation partners Jason Williams (45) and Glen Wong (71) discuss the impact of their upbringing and parents, race, fatherhood, international travel, chronic illness, careers, and interests.
Jeff Ikeda (36) and One Small Step partner Kern Smith (52) exchange experiences and lessons they have faced on the intersectionality of their cultural and racial identity in or outside of the U.S.
Tamara Geyer (42) speaks to conversation partner Hazel Diaz (36) about her childhood and the difficult circumstances that led her to join the Marine Corps. She talks about the loss of her parents, the lack of opportunity that she experienced,...
Lisa Dailey (53) shares a conversation with her mother, Joyce Hemingway (80), about Joyce’s childhood, her career as a nurse, and the lessons she has learned in life.
Brenda Ford (51) interviews her conversation partner Victor-Alan Weeks (25) about being a young Black man native of Atlanta, Georgia about how he became a Global Multimedia Specialist and Hemp Farmer.
John A. Johnson (69) speaks with his son Jonathan Johnson (33) and his daughter Keilah Johnson (32) about his life growing up in the South.
Sartura Smith (62) talks with her friend LaTamarah "Tammi" Stackhouse (48) about growing up in Tampa, Florida during segregation. She describes Central Avenue, a historic district for black owned businesses, her parents being restaurant owners there, family dinner traditions and...