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Girsish & Vashali met while working for an American company in their home country of India. Not long later they moved to the U.S. Both Hindu, they talk about the upcoming Diwali holiday, (Festival of Lights), what it means to...
One Small Step partners Richard Mueller [no age given] and Margaret "Peggy" Miller (79) discuss their beliefs on politics, religion, and give personal anecdotes.
Friends, Laura Garrison (67) and Mary Kay Bishop (67), share a conversation on their friendship that spans 40 years and reflect on the adventures they've had and will continue to embark on.
Friends Kenisha Mahajan (15) and Mia Payne (17) talk about immigration, climate change, the importance of youth voices, and their hopes for the future of New York City.
Interviewer: Edson Maese (25) Interviewee: Divyang Motavar (22) Two best friends sharing a conversation where I (Edson) ask different kinds of questions to Divyang; from where he grew up and childhood memories, to first kiss, job description and stories, remodels,...
Do you know what an air ambulance is? You guessed it right! It is nothing but a more advanced and modified version of the traditional ambulances services, where the patient would be transported from one place to another in a...
Katherine Chon [no age given] interviews her friend Harold D'Souza [no age given] on his past experiences being a survivor of human trafficking to now being an outspoken advisor on the subject.
Kate Sanchez (68) and Amol Kulkarni (66) talk about how their diverse childhoods and societal mores have influenced their 38 year old interracial marriages. They reflect on the challenges and benefits of being in an interracial marriage and its impact...
Balungile Belz (29) and her husband Brendan Belz (33) talk about meeting in South Africa, her childhood memories, his global travels, and about wanting children.
Paul Wilkes (82) and Tracy Wilkes (68), husband and wife, recall their ongoing endeavor of founding Homes of Hope India which consists of 22 orphanages for girls in India.
In their One Small Step conversation, Michael DiMonte (68) and Rekha Shukla (55) talk about how they relate to immigration, with Rekha's history moving to the US with her family as a young girl, and with Michael's experience working abroad.
I learned a lot about my mother’s childhood. I learned how she grew up, and why she did the things she did. It was inspirational how she gave up on her dreams to ensure a good future for herself. She...
The Great Thanksgiving Listen! Featuring Sriya Srinivasan as the interviewer and her grandparents as the interviewees.
1) Dharamsala Dharamshala is situated at Kangra at India. There are several people have the dream for this place and some like to visit once in every year for mentally relaxment. This place is well developed place which is very...
Pratyush Lahane: 2020-12-01 04:28:56 Sohan Patil(27) talks about his life experiences and great moments in life.
Aiden Briesacher: 2020-11-29 21:07:51 Aiden Briesacher (17) speaks with her Aunt, Kelly Barnes (50), about her life. Travel experiences in India, Japan, London, China, Australia and more as well as childhood memories, life in different countries, and a surprise reveal...
Aruna Patil (68) talks with her son, Akshay (39) about her parents, growing up in various cities (Mumbai, New Delhi, Wellington) in India, and attending medical school.
Ramesh Patil (69) talks with his son, Akshay (39) about growing up in Jamshedpur, India and studying Electronics at IIT Kharagpur
Theo Deluhery: 2020-11-09 19:16:28 Adoption is something that is shown in this interview of a mother and son that shows the journey of something that seemed impossible but was guided throughout by God.
Spouses Heidi Plumb (41) and Kale Dankenbring (47) recall the journey of travel and enlightenment they completed before opening a small coffee shop in Kansas.
One Small Step partners Kunal Patel (29) and Dasia Clemons (24) talk about the Black Lives Matter protests and different ways to create effective social change in their conversation.
Oncologist Cynthia Anderson (48) talks to her father Rick Khona (80) about how different political views have changed their relationship.
Hassan Mohaideen (79) talks to his daughter, Mariam Cather [no age given], about his childhood in Southern India, his education, career, and how he has maintained his faith and Muslim identity throughout his life.
Neel Prabhu (18) interviews Girish Haldipur (76) about his life in the US. Beginning from his immigration to US to his family and the impact Covid-19 has had on him, he recounts his experiences and what he has learned.