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I talk to my mother about her big family, her parents, and coming to the U.S
In this interview conducted in November 2021 in Skokie, Illinois, Amina Khalid (14) interviews her grandfather Syed Matloob Zaidi (74). He shares his happiest and saddest moments in his life as well as living with 9 siblings. Mr. Zaidi also...
Jesse Maroney (37) talks with his friend and colleague at LinkOutside, Amin Eshaiker (37) about some of the biggest influences in his life growing up as a biracial child in Connecticut and spending time with his father's family in North...
Colleagues Zachary Markwith (43) and Maha Elgenaidi [no age given] discuss their conversion to Islam, their experiences following 9/11, and the interconnectedness of different religious communities.
Spouses Sylvia Chan-Malik (46) and Badi Malik (51) talk about the garden they have created together in their backyard and how it has served them during the pandemic. The two reflect on their upbringings coming from different racial and ethnic...
Tarik Mahdi (36) and friend Yusuf Al-Rahman (41) exchange stories about the micro-aggressions they dealt with as Black Muslim men and experiences where they challenged the ignorance around them.
Leah Bishop (60) and her husband Gary Yale (62) talk to their friend and colleague Carol Bradford (52) about their history in philanthropy, what they hope for their children and the future.
One Small Step Conversation partners Masroor Malik (50) and Kimberly Hornikel (53) talk about their different cultures, especially when it comes to faith.
On November 24th, 2017, in Sherman Oaks, California, fourteen year old Gehna Chugani interviewed her grandmother, Chitra Chugani about her close knit family, her childhood, and her move from Pakistan to India to the U.S.A. The happy memories from when...
One Small Step Partners, William Oliver (36) and Sukaina Hussain (38) discuss their families and their journey's to doing work within their communities.
One Small Step conversation partners Bonnie Wahiba (67) and Trish Davis (64) talk about their views on big issues like abortion, death penalty and Donald Trump. Trish recently changed her political party. Bonnie shares a story about being disowned by...
Syma Mohammed (34) interviews their new acquaintance Anwar Dix (38) about his family life, career, and ties to Islam.
Oulimata Sylla, Djibril Cisse, and Patricia Carlin, talk about Ouli’s recent arrival from Senegal to finally be reunited with her husband.
After talking with Irene Ameena I learned more about her religion, childhood, and what it’s like being a Muslim in America.
My interview is about my friends life as a Muslim in the US. I asked about how it was when he moved and how adapted plus more.
An insight into the life of an Iranian-American LGBTQ couple. Life in Germany versus the US as Iranian LGBTQ’s. Danny and Ardalan’s historical family business and their work running one of the first Iranian LGBTQ nonprofit organizations.
Friends and colleagues, Art Stoltzfus (63) and Nadia Dames (36), discuss the importance of interfaith relationships and the role trust plays in building interfaith community.
Anthony "Bomani" McDuffie (34) shares with his friend Jesse Maroney (37) about his life growing up in South Los Angeles, the impact of the loss of his father, and how hyper-policing and trauma from his childhood lent itself to his...
Dr. Ali talks about the health disparities in the Somali community in King County, WA. Many factors the play into the disparities include language, cultural and religious (Muslim) bias and barriers. Some ways we might be able to close the...
One Small Step conversation partners, Asha Immanuelle (48) and Gbolade Okestra Soneyin (43), speak about their lives, religion, and the state of affairs in the world today.
This is an english project in which I do an interview with my dad.
One Small Step conversation partners Damon Young (45) and Martin Garcia (40) talk about their beliefs about the economy, religion, and local politics.
Mustafa Ghannoum is an immigrant in America. He describes his hometown and his life as a child in Damascus, Syria. Mustafa tells Noran Ghannoum about his love for soccer and his views of family structures.