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Paulist Father Marcos Zamora joined the U.S. Navy to see the world. In many ways, he'd already experienced a lot of world culture--he grew up in a multiethnic community in Chicago and he'd studied ancient cultures en route to becoming...
Friends Kris Grae (56) and Gil Neary (64) discuss their experience on Fire Island during the HIV/AIDS epidemic, how they dealt with loss and grief, and how they would like to be remembered.
Lucy Tompkins, MD and Sasha Madison, MPH exchange stories about working in epidemiology and bringing research to the bedside from the HIV epidemic to COVID-19.
Ritchie and Alan share stories about their gay relationship, surviving AIDS and making the most of life with what you have.
Mom and son, Metta Johnson (74) and Michael Johnson (41), discuss Metta's life growing up in Georgia, her relationship with her husband Clyde Johnson, and her career as a nurse.
Korey described life for him in Laguna Beach both past and present.
Justin Blake (50) interviews his friend Jay Pagano (76) about how the HIV/AIDS epidemic developed on Fire Island. Jay describes how the disease moved from something he read about to something that touched his life. He talks about the loved...
Rita Dozier, 66, talks with her daughter, Dolly Sickles, 41, about her childhood and raising Dolly as a single working mother.
One Small Step conversation partners Maryann Elder (62) and James Layton (64) talk about their political beliefs, their experiences with the LGBT community, and faith.
Steve Desroches (47) and Adam Peck (84) have a rather philosophical discussion shortly after Adam's 84th birthday and on his 41st wedding anniversary about life, the passing of time, and the rhythms and patterns in life, if there even are...
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...
Crayton Robey (50) interviews new friend Kyle Merker (60) about Kyle's experience living and working on Fire Island through the AIDS crisis. Kyle remembers friends that he lost, talks about his time caring for AIDS patients as a candy striper,...
Jennifer Beard (54) talks with her colleague Susie Foster (68) about her global health career. Susie reflects on her time in the Peace Corps and the round-about way that she made her way to the World Bank, the World Health...
Eric Sawyer (67) interviews his friend Hernando Cortez (56) about his experience on Fire Island during the HIV/AIDS pandemic, his activism with Dancers Responding to AIDS, and how he would like to be remembered.
David and Ryan talk about their involvement with SAGE.
Christine Carter: 2021-01-08 13:26:31 - We talked about the events of 2020, Covid-19 & Leslie's mother, concerns about the vaccine, racial justice & the impact on her family (especially concerns for her teenage nephew), connections to her work as a...
Don Millinger (66) and his husband, Gary Clinton (70), remember their first visit to Fire Island Pines, discuss learning about AIDS, and share memories of loved ones they lost throughout the epidemic. The pair also reflect on how Fire Island...
Nina Siegal spoke to her father, Dr. Frederick P. Siegal, about his 40 year career as an HIV/AIDS specialist, from the beginning of the epidemic until a few years ago
Yvette J. Benjamin (62) tells her friend, Dr. Linda Degutis (55), of her career path in medicine and describes her life in semi-retirement.
Rosalind shared about the changes in the HIV/AIDS community and its impact on the entire City of Laguna Beach. The changes and the differences from from the past to the present were reflected in Rosalind’s experiences.
Joyce discussed the metamorphosis around working with the LGBT community from the early onset of the AIDS epidemic to celebrating the many contributions made to Laguna Beach.