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Patrick and Alison McHugh are a married couple, are both 43 years-old, and are both lifelong residents of Vermont. They discuss their experience surviving two historic floods - the first being hurricane Irene in 2011, and the second being the...
Karen Duren (50) and her husband H. Todd Duren (59) talk about their move from East Tennessee to Mobile, Alabama. They describe the wonderful community they've created and exchange favorite Mardi Gras stories.
We are in Ariella’s apartment and we open up the interview with questions about Steve’s grandparents. This interview focuses on Steve’s humble beginnings. Enjoy!
This week I interview my cousin Janice Monzo who is originally from South Philadelphia 5th & Dudley Sts, but worked all over the city with the Salvation Army for 34 years. While working for the Salvation Army Janice's job was...
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Chicago, Illinois, Paulo Martinez (16) interviews his father Ruben Martinez (47) about his childhood in Mexico City and the memories that came along. Mr. Martinez shares with us the neighborhood he grew...
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.
Justin (32) and Jenni (42), strangers participating in the One Small Step program, have a conversation about their lives, families, and communities. They discuss their daughters, living through COVID, and buying houses in the suburbs.
“We’re reporting on January 17th, 1994 4:31 am, we have just felt an extreme earthquake. We are hoping that everyone is safe and unhurt.” People realized that we were a community and in need of helping each and every person...
Me and Catherine talked about her neighborhood as she walks he dog. Sharing her stress and worry and being wrapped in a familiar and comfortable environment
Community elders, Calvin Coleman and his sister, Betty Ann Wilson discuss growing up in the Historically African American Section of Swarthmore.
November 25 2018. At Debbie Fowler’s house.About her life growing up. About how where parents were so wanting her and her twin sister to be different. She told me about her cabin and how she really loved it there.
My grandma, Barbara Viviani, had a very difficult life growing up. It all started with her father. He was from Ireland and moved to the United States and met my grandmas mother. They grew up in a very small apartment...
My hometown of South Dallas serves as the basis for my work as an artist. Every location I chose to depict "what it's like to live in the hood" is connected to a friend or family member I questioned about...
One Small Step partners Annette Bergins (86) and Jim Chojnacki [no age given] discuss how formative experiences with their families and the neighborhoods they grew up in influence their political views.
Shawn Lorenzen (68) interviews her husband, Mike Lorenzen (69), about his job as a paperboy.
We talked about where Beenish lives now and how she decided on what house to buy within the last year while considering things like basement availability and tornadoes. We also talked about her neighborhood in general.
My dad tells the story of growing up in Newbedford, Massachusetts. He tells of his parents, siblings and neighborhood friends. Reflects on highschool and music he listened to as a teenager in the 80's.
Friends Lisa Dorner (51) and Tiffany Robertson (49) reflect on how race, gentrification, and police brutality have influenced their Shaw neighborhood community in St. Louis, Missouri.
In this interview.conducted in January 20, 2022 in Burlingame. California. Kyle Tran interviews his mom.
Woman who has lived on the Westside for five decades and in grove park for 15 years shares experience being here.
In this interview, we talked about how she was raised in Fairfield, Connecticut. Also, that’s she’s so grateful for her family. Another thing is that she has vitiligo. In her neighborhood as a child everyone was always cared for as...
Brian Kates (51) and Lonni Miera [no age given] talk about their work in the neighborhood with the Meadows Park Community Center and the importance of helping others.
Kathy Purnell (54) interviews colleague Buddy Hannah (74) about his life and work in the arts, particularly his approach to building and celebrating community through this work.
Amber Fox and Mirabella Witte discuss climate change, and how families and neighborhoods can prepare.