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- Community Voices of Lake Geneva 15
- WGBH Educational Foundation 9
- Providence 4
- 2023 Mobile Tour 3
- El Paso, TX 2
- Central Synagogue 1
- Logan, UT 1
- Providence Home and Community Care 1
- Providence Hospice Portland 1
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
One Small Step partners Taekia Glass (42) and Timothy "Tim" Radmore (48) discuss navigating political differences within families, how to bridge the urban/rural divide, and why neither wants to be "put in a box."
One Small Step partners Nadene Eads (71) and Helen Poot (70) have a conversation about the need for state services, the fears that drive their choices, and prayer in schools.
Ed Schwinn, Jr. (74) relates family stories and local history to his son Andrew Schwinn (38), including information about the formation of the Schwinn Bicycle Company.
John Harcourt 66 years old and wife Jody Gliserman/Harcourt. Life from Montreal to California.
Sonya Hollins (55) interviews her mother Elvira Bernard [No Age Given] about Elvira’s decision to go back to school as single mother of four children in order to become a nurse. They also discuss hurdles Elvira faced in the nursing...
Sandy and Lenny Spiegel tell about their determination to pursue higher education despite socio-economic challenges. A surprising union - Sandy, a social worker and Lenny, a physicist - met each other in Chicago in the late 1980s and followed their...
Jim Reynolds (80) talks with friend John Notz (91) about his family history and their influence on the development of Fontana-on-Geneva Lake.
Karen Schinke [no age given] interviewed her friend Fritz Button (83) about his family genealogy, occupations, and ice boating.
MJ "Joy" Gude (55) talks with her stepfather Hoyland Ricks (74) about their memories of growing up.
Giselle Mustafa (17) interviews her father, Khalid Mustafa (59) to know more about his life as a Palestinian living in Chicago in the 1960s-1970s, his life moving to a whole new country, and his life now.
Friends Dallis Anderson (66) and William "Bill" Toulios (43) discuss equity in the school system. Dallis was Bill's basketball coach at the school where Bill is now the superintendent.
Friends Janise Wriddle (62) and Sylester "Miles" Miles (62) describe their experiences as young students during the period of desegregation in schools. Both recall the racism and colorism they've experienced in their lives.
Charles Kuner (84) talks to friend Crispien Van Aelst (51) about his decades-long career as a history teacher in the Chicago Public Schools. Charles reflects on growing up in the Lawndale neighborhood, his philosophy of teaching, and the state of...
Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law Tonia Reaves (51) and Robin Young (23) talk about their experiences in school. They reflect on the impact of racism on their educational upbringings, their experiences adapting to multi-racial school environments, and their hopes for future generations.
Siblings Ambar Rizwan (36) and Daanish Rizwan [no age given] discuss their childhoods, going to a predominately white High School, and expectations from their parents. Daanish describes his UX work and his efforts to bring about representation and inclusion. Ambar...
Friends Jeanette "Mz. Beatrice" Taylor (48) and Angela Ross (40) discuss their work in response to a local school closing and the need for changes within schooling systems.
Coworkers in special education William Yadron Jr. (52) and Tiffany Woods (36) discuss equitable curriculum, administrative injustices, limitations of pedagogy, prejudice in the classroom, and gaps in access to resources for students.
Friends and collaborators Cam Be (41) and Andre "Add-2" Daniels (37) talk about their school experiences, their development as artists, and their current work mentoring young people.
Colleagues and friends Terry Batey (46) and Sandra Shimon (50) talk about the successes and challenges of the equity work that they have taken on at the Chicago high school at which they work. They reflect on the lessons they've...
￼1st interview with our mo￼ther/grandmother and how she remembered growing up. David age 49 Derek age 46 Marci age 18 Dee age 81
Mark Huffman (46) interviewed his brother, Tom (60), following the latter's 60th birthday celebration about the decisions in life that mattered the most, Tom's upcoming heart surgery, and the importance of family.
Mark Braden (71) and his uncle Burly Brellenthin (97) discuss Burly's experiences farming, in school, serving in the military, and working at a Chevy dealership.
Tami Owen (49) interviews her uncle Robert Maddock (89) about his life growing up in a military family, his service in the United States Marines Corps, his work, and his two marriages.