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Willie Paul (66) and his daughter Brandalyn Shropshire (36) talk about being raised with a pastor as a father, and the fundamentals of life within the family.
Kenyatte Tidwell (39) interviews her aunt, Ossie Jefferson-Corley (74), about her life and legacy.
One Small Step conversation partners Carolyn Young [no age given] and Hawwa Youngmark [no age given] discuss navigating their different identities, dealing with tragedy, their faith, and their shared love of comic books.
One Small Step partners Stephanie Tucker [no age given] and Nancy Klavans (73) talk about spirituality, their families, and the communities in which they have lived.
Marsha Music (62) tells Claire Nelson (40) the story of how her father's record store, a hallmark of the Detroit black music scene, was burned down during the 1967 rebellion.
Freddie M. Sandipher (79) shares with her granddaughter, Victoria Sandipher (37), her thoughts about her legacy; raising her family, her career, and her great grandchildren.
Aisha Johnson (32) talks to her sister, Japera ( pronounced Japer- AY)(29) about feeling inspired to serve in Burkina Faso through Peace Corps.
Vera James (76) talks with her friend Inez Blackmon (69) about Inez’s childhood and about her family. Inez also talks about the person who had the biggest influence on her life, some of her happiest memories, the most important lessons...
Michael Johansson (71) interviews his friend and colleague, Dr. Donald Cole (70), about his experience as part of the Ole Miss Eight, a group of eight students who were expelled from the University of Mississippi for protesting racial inequality.
Cousins Rachelle Knowles (34) and Onika Anglin (31) share some of their beliefs to include the importance of family.
Keith Jemison (64) shares a conversation with his dear friend Maybelle Wallace (92) about the history of Black Wall Street, including the Tulsa Massacre, as well as the continued importance of the Greenwood community and the power of love to...
Jacqueline Clay Chester [No Age Given] tells StoryCorps Facilitator Brenda Ford (47) about a bathing suit she recently sold at auction, her mother, and her experiences in the arts and entertainment industry.
Sondia Bell (37) and her fiancé, LaRon Johnson (45), talk about McGirt Law, the discrimination Black Indian Freedmen face from the Native tribes, and the power tribal courts hold in Oklahoma.
Dr. Brian H. Williams (50) talks with his wife Kathianne Sellers Williams (45) about the issue of race within the country and their own relationship, Brian's experience being the trauma surgeon on duty the night of the July 7th shooting...
Sarah Padgett (24) interviews new friend Brandy Tolbert (34) about Brandy’s childhood, her family, and her children. Brandy also talks about her role as the director of the Literacy Alliance and how she discovered her passion for literacy work.
Anna Paloma Williams (32) asks her mother, Luz Kenyon (58), about what life was like for her as she immigrated to the United States from Mexico and raised her children in a new country. They also discuss the female role...
Herb Sosa (52) interviews his friend, Aryah Lester (37) about her move to Miami, her gender identity, and starting the first transgender organization in the Miami- Dade area.
Aisha Owens (36) is interviewed by her case manager Kristen Kelly (27) about her thoughts on poverty, homelessness, rent hikes, and her journey finding stable housing at La Casa Norte.
Coworkers, Christine Peoples [no age given] and Matt Coats (45), sit down for a conversation about the relocation and restoration of Timmons Hall and how teamwork is vital to their work at the Springfield-Greene County Park Board.
Friends, Dedric Jones (41) and Warren Booker (39), share a conversation about artistry and following your faith to achieve your dreams.
Vernell talks to her granddaughter about her childhood, early adult life, travels to West Africa and advice on family life. Her parents were strict and also sacrificed so their children could attend a private Methodist school. The school was attended...
Sabrina Grossman (34) interviews her friend, Demethris Hester (49), about his most notable memories as a client of Back on My Feet, an Atlanta-based nonprofit that uses running to help those experiencing homelessness to become self-sufficient.
Alice Morgan (69( tells her friend Nina Tisara (74) about her social work and her work fighting for civil rights.
Friends and former political rivals Christine Johnson (38) and Sonja Trauss (38) share their views on housing issues in the Bay Area, how coronavirus impacts housing and the challenges that came with being mothers to young children during a political...