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- Providence 2
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 2
- American Pilgrimage Project 1
- Minot Sleeper Library 1
- Archive Oologah 12
- Oologah Historical Society 8
- Boise Public Library 2
- Boy Scouts of America 2
- Good Neighbor Day 2019 2
- 18 more
Susan Kelley (57) sits down with her mother, Grace Kelley (89), to talk about her experience immigrating to the United States from Palestine, to discuss her passions for nursing and music, and to remember members of their family who have...
Beth Ilagon (50) talks with her daughter Kristina Ilagon (16) about their dedication to work in their community of Las Vegas.
Archive Oologah interviews Thomas Wolters, a valedictorian for Oologah High School class of 2018 about his high school experience and the significance of being named valedictorian.
Suzy & Rebecca both work for Providence Health in Napa California, but met because of their love of volunteer work they love to do in their community. One of those community outreach programs Providence works with is the Napa Resource...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Leah Okimoto was born in upstate New York, and after having to move to several places across the country, she settled in Marlboro, Massachusetts, where she cemented her childhood. In New York City, she pursued...
She is very passionate about preversing the environment, both in community service with Scholars in Action and in her studies as an Environmental Science and Policy major. Her AP Environmental class in high school and her experience of one of...
One Small Step partners Maria Kane (42) and Geoffrey Walker (76) have a conversation about racial discrimination, community outreach, and military service.
Laila Deffenbaugh was interviewed by Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara for Archive Oologah. She discusses the importance of asking questions and the benefits of a small town.
One Small Step partners Terreal Brown (38) and Christian Grant (49) discuss the importance of bringing many voices to the table in order to solve problems, and why the United States must grapple with its shortcomings in order to meet...
One Small Step conversation partners Christopher Nisch (36) and Linda Collins (74) talk about the need for compromise in government, the importance of putting themselves in another person’s shoes, and how the current political divides and anger in 2021 compare...
Cheryl’s experience with the Sonoma Valley Community Health Center and the impact of the recent fire on the community and her organization.
Sorority Sisters Stephanie Lee (66) and Jordan Ward (23) share a conversation about the history and programming of the Baltimore Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
One Small Step conversation partners Elena Dillard (40) and Theresa Gossman (42) discover the many common threads between them. They talk about having Alzheimer's in their families, their spiritual journeys, motherhood, and their experiences with addiction and forgiveness.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library Branches.
Joayne, 48, interviews her Uncle Patrick, 77, about a death experience that led to the discovery and development of a lifelong hobby and a path of connection and service.
A cop's story about training young children to be community leaders
His first time volunteering at Sentinel Swamp. He previously volunteered at A Wider Circle. Biology major, unsure if he wants to go pre-med. Stemmed from his interest in environmental science as a kid, which stemmed from his love of animals....
Othel Owen Sr. (57) talks to his son Othel Owen Jr. (13) about his family, about growing up in Chicago, and about the importance of their father-son relationship.
Friends Jill Buckley (48) and Molly MacWade (69) talk about Stewpot Community Services and the way different faith organizations were able to get together to serve communities in need. They lovingly remember the former director of Stewpot, Matt Devenney, and...
Story of a college senior about how community service helped him built confidence
Crayton Robey (50) interviews his friend Tom Ciano (66) about his experience during the AIDS epidemic, being a caretaker to his partner Tom Morgan and their relationship to Fire Island Pines.
Philip Herzog (25) interviews his coworker Bambie Wurzburger [no age given] about her journey through addiction, recovery, and impact at Cross Lines Distribution Center.
One Small Step conversation partners Scott Benolken (54) and Steve Fernlund (68) talk about freedom of speech, healthcare, and the importance of contributing to your community.