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Coordinator of Immigrants with Disabilities Project interviews participant and advocate for the blind Blanca Angulo during the covid Pandemic.
Acquaintances Malika Dahir (42) and Jim Ramnaraine (62) talk about their political, social, and religious beliefs and backgrounds in this One Small Step conversation.
Iliana Genkova (47) interviews her memoir writing teacher Beth Finke (60) about how Beth became blind in her twenties, living with a disability, and her seeing eye dog.
Spouses, Neil Rambana (52) and Elizabeth Ricci (46), reflect on the role “the American Dream” has played in their lives, discuss the work they do as immigration attorneys, and look forward to their daughters’ future.
Natalie interviewed Maria about her life, her interests, and her accomplishments. Maria shared some funny anecdotes from her life and favorite memories.
Horacio Esparza (56) tells friend and mentor Fabricio Balcazar (59) about his life as a blind man, discovering his first blind school, and coming to the United States from Mexico.
Paul Teranes (79) talks with his daughter Amy Snow (37) about his experience growing up with congenital glaucoma and eventual blindness. Paul tells how his parents supported his independence, how he coped with the challenges of education and attending law...
A blind teenager interviews his legally blind Great-Aunt about their trials and triumphs in the sighted world. He asks about her past and her hopes for his future.
One Small Step partner's Jeny Beausoliel (59) and Dorvell Stewart (33) take time to shares stories about navigating mental healthcare system, living with abusive parents, and finding places that bring them joy.
Susan (57) tells her friend Stormy (51) about growing up in a steel mill community and dealing with breast cancer.
Stanley Yarnell (66) talks with Emily Smith Beitiks (31) about being a physician and living with disabilities. Stanley describes where he grew up, how he became blind, training with a cane, becoming a disability advocate, experiencing job discrimination and how...
"Once you first started hearing about the idea of 'what if there are not enough ventilators?' and we had to create a criteria for doctors to evaluate who is going to get what kind of treatment, my very first thought...
One Small Step conversation partners Jennifer Schuster Jaeger [no age given] and Gary Melom [no age given] share their thoughts on political systems, approaching change within those systems, roles of leadership, events that shaped their views, and how to co-exist...
Mother and daughter duo, Judy Willis [no age given] and Dianna Willis (50), discuss their mutual love for the outdoors, camping and hiking. The two also share their individual experiences surviving near fatal accidents.
One Small Step partners, Martha Steger (79) and Melody Roane (53), connect over their agricultural upbringing and exchange experiences that shape their political practices.
Friends Deborah "Debbie" Doe (70) and Andrew Harmon (36) talked about their relationship as teacher and student.
Two brothers, ages 9 and 13, remember their father who died on 9-11-01
Carei Harris (15) interviews her mother, Makisha Odom (36), about her degenerative eye disease that caused her blindness and the cornea transplants that restored her sight.
Born Black and blind, proud American, state of Black people, not believing in racism, not using his blinds as an excuse, Not being called an "African American" , Black Economic Group.
Siblings, Lorrie Keating Heinemann (60) and Robert Keating (61), interview their sister, Patricia "Pat" Keating (78), about her early life, her work, her hobbies, and how she learned to navigate life as a blind person. They also share some favorite...
J.J. (69), a student in the 1950s and 1960s at the Michigan School for the Blind shares stories with Dr. Velma Allen (79), the school's superintendent during the 1980s and 1990s.
Friends Jacqueline "Jackie" Trigg (59) and Louise Peyton (68) share a conversation about how they first met, how they became close friends, the trips they have gone on together, faith, and the values that they practice.
Kenneth talks about growing up in Queens, coming to terms with his relationship with his parents, his partners, HIV, his blindness, and the joys of the groups that he is a part of and how they have helped him and...