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Debra Gipson (53) talks with her pastor and friend, Kenneth Moss (65), about her experience as an African American woman in the military. She discusses her decade of time in the military and shares stories of times when she exerted...
Nikkita Davis (34) talks with her brother Jonathan Davis (34) about her military service and her life afterwards. She talks about the positive effect the military had on her life, her disagreement and struggle with war, and the difficulty she...
Hazel Diaz (35) talks to new friend and fellow veteran Lee Moultrie (64) about his time in the military, his activism and advocacy work, and his family.
Gloria Veal (68) talks with her son Larry "Jay" Veal Jr. (38) and her husband Larry Veal (64) about life lessons they've learned, thoughts on their future, knowledge they have received, reflections on work ethic, and love for each other.
Quenton Stokes-Brown (25) interviews his older brother Jasen Brown (40) about his service in the Army and his various deployments.
Pamela Sulton (60) talks to her father, Edward Hampton (84) about his time in the Navy, his time the Air Force, and his time working on Fort Jackson for thirty years.
Jacob A. Johnson (67) interviews his uncle Edgar Lawrence (92) about his time in the Navy, his transition back to civilian life, and his life after the military.
Spouses Nikki Webbe-Simmons (45) and Avery Simmons (58) share a conversation about Avery’s time in the Army, PTSD, and how he feels about the Army now.
Andrew Walker (62) shares a conversation with his father, Mordecai Walker (97), about Mordecai’s experiences growing up in Citrus Park, the different athletes he met, running track while in college, boxing in the Army, and meeting his wife.
Roxann Smithers (39) interviews her father Henry Smithers (68) about his childhood in West Virginia, his time serving in Vietnam, and his 33-year career as a truck driver.
Richard Dobbins Jr. (70) tells friend and colleague Sherry Williams (58) about growing up in Bronzeville, Chicago, and being in the Navy during the later '60s, early '70s.
Linda Hasty [no age given] talks with her friend Lester E. Phillips (95) about his childhood in South Carolina during the 1930s, being the first Black Eagle Scout in South Carolina, and serving in the military.
Pamela Patrese Thomas (55) talks with her former spouse, David Thomas (53), about her upbringing in South Carolina and the moment she decided to join the navy. She shares insights and reflections on her choice to join and talks about...
Mother, Amelia Gowdy (56) and her daughter, Jamila Gowdy (16) talk about Sgt. John Gowdy's 30 year military career with the Marines.
Shirley Coker-Kerr (84) shares stories of her life as a Black military spouse with her daughter, Leah Kerr (63). She recalls the positives and negatives of military life, including experiences with racist segregation in the south. Together, Shirley and Leah...
One Small Step partners Margaret Arnette Woody (64) and Philip Perkins (44) talk about their upbringings, the influence their parents had on them, and how their political views are shaped by their experiences as people of color.
WWII POW, Dr. Rothacker Smith, "Doc Rock," and William Hampton (53) have a conversation about Doc Rock's career as an agricultural professor in Huntsville and being captured by Austrian militia during WWII.
Robert Rosado (34) and his wife Ana "Alicia" Rosado (39) discuss her decision to join the US National Guard, being stationed in Kuwait, and the after-effects of her military service.
Michael Denise Richardson (72) interviews his brother Kenneth Joseph Fields (71) about his service in the Air Force and what it was like living abroad in Europe.
George Williams [no age given] and his new friend Hazel Diaz (35) discuss George's father's military career and life. George remembers his father Lt. Col. George Williams, who served in the Air Force.
Danielle Simonne Lucas (33) talks with her father, Robert A Moales (81), about his childhood, his military service and education as well as being a dad.
Gloria Strong (57) interviews her friend and church member, Lewis Phillips (77), about his most notable life experiences including his Vietnam war experiences, and raising a large family.
Charita Harmon (66) interviews her uncle Herman Boyd (82) about his service in this military, his experience as an African American man in the military, and what advice he would share with younger members in his family who are considering...
Jacquelyn Stokes (65) and her son Quenton Stokes-Brown (25) discuss the members of their family who have served in the military: Dr. Lewis Wright Jr, Thomas Elder Stokes, Charles “Sonny” Couch, Wadesworth Brown Jr, and Jasen Wadesworth Brown.