Nell Schneider #3, 7/12/21

Nell Schneider (6/18/1930-) talks with her grandson, Matthew Harrison, and her daughter (Matthew's mother), Sue Harrison, at her Glendale Wisconsin home. During this interview, Nell discusses her graduation from high school, taking and teaching college courses at the University of...

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Stacie Williamson and Adam Barlow-Thompson

One Small Step partners Stacie Williamson (39) and Adam Barlow-Thompson (38) share a conversation about their families, their faith, their communities, their political views, and about what guides their values and beliefs.

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Erika Dooley and Thomas Dooley

Erika Dooley (37) interviews her husband, Thomas Dooley (38), about his experience as the partner to someone diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and the advice he would like to share with others.

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Lonnie Dusch and Rebecca Heckman

Co-workers and friends Lonnie Dusch (42) and Rebecca Heckman (49) discuss their involvement in the Pasta for Pennies fundraising campaign where the students they supervised at Princeton High School raised over $30,000/year for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society.

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Judy Sarkozy and Dhera Strauss

Judy Sarkozy (72) talks to her friend Dhera Strauss (63) about starting the Sarkozy Bakery in the city of Kalamazoo, MI, the ups and downs of owning a business, and about having to start over again at the age of...

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Sally Dishman and Jeremy Pruitt

Sally Dishman (23) interviews her coworker Jeremy Pruitt (38) about topics ranging from his feelings on garden gnomes to his experience being on the board of Eden Village at the Gathering Tree in Springfield, Missouri.

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Janet Suthers and Doug Price

Colleagues Doug Price [no age given] and Janet Suthers [no age given] share the story of how they rebranded the city of Colorado Springs as Olympic City USA.

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Edwin Schulhafer and Crayton Robey

Crayton Robey (50) interviews his partner, Ed Shaulhafer (69), about his experience training to become a doctor during the AIDS epidemic. Ed also talks about his relationship to Fire Island throughout the years.

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Preston Taylor, Julianne Taylor, and Katy Maier

Katie Maier (38) interviews siblings Preston (21) and Julianne Taylor (23) about their shared love of history and their many adventures together.

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Arlen Diamond and Tammy Wiley

Arlen Diamond (78) talks with his former colleague, mentee, and friend Tammy Wiley (54) about their experiences working in public radio and how their personal and family lives have influenced their people-centric leadership styles.

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Hunter Kappelman and Katherine Kappelman

Katherine Kappelman (66) and her son Hunter Kappelman (20) share a conversation about their family, those who have lived with them, and Hunter's Eagle Scout service project.

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Francis Battista and Cyrus Mejía

Francis Battista (68) talks with his friend and colleague Cyrus Mejía (66) about founding the animal sanctuary Best Friends Animal Society. He talks about the beginnings of the shelter, the ethics it was founded upon, and events that have put...

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Walter Coronel and Judy Blits

Walter F. Coronel (89) talks with his friend Judy Blits (72) about their involvement in the Emeritus Program at Santa Monica College and how they became friends through their involvement.

Common Ground Tacony Oral History Project: John Cambridge

The Butterfly Pavilion in Holmesberg, Philadelphia, PA is lovingly owned and run by John Cambridge. After a tumultuous start in a dubious situation, John and his small staff that feels like family banded together to make a thriving success of...

My mother’s (art) history

I found out more about my mother’s past living her young adult life in San Francisco and her connection to the art scene.

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Charity Tyler and Katie Geiken

Charity Tyler (43) talks with her professional predecessor Katie Geiken (38) about their experiences in the role of Executive Director of the Cedar Rapids Public Library Foundation, the process of city planning before and after the 2008 flood, and their...

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Lola Yale and Sheri Solomon

Sheri Solomon (56) interviews her mom Lola Yale (76) about growing up in a farm close to Walla Walla, WA and about her affinity to music and theater. Lola talks about being in charge of the Musical Production of the...

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Jean Leeson, Mary Hedrick, and Marcee Addington

Friends Jean Leeson (84), Mary Hedrick (73), and Marcee Myers Addington (55) talk about the formation and current activities of their politically active group, the Greater West Chester Democratic Women's Club.

Connor learns about Shannon’s career.

Connor wants to learn about the career Shannon is involved in. That would be fundraising for non-profit organizations.

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Dennis Lancaster and Carol Silvey

Friends and colleagues, Dennis Lancaster (59) and Carol Silvey (76) sit down for a conversation about Missouri State University - West Plains and how the campus has met the needs of the greater West Plains area since its founding in...