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Duane Smith talks about taking up theology, becoming social activist in his church.
Kate Bennett is interviewed by her friend Roy Mastromauro about her career in healthcare in Cincinnati.
Bill Whitaker and friend/ex-wife Barbara Watson Whitaker “Bobbi” talk about Kent State in 1969. They were both students at the time, and Bill was highly active with the movement as well as with the legal defense following.
Phyllis Gunther (80) talks to her two sons, Bram Gunther (47) and Matt Gunther (44) about the experience of being burned as a child and the impact that has had on her life, her husband, children and grandchildren.
Don talks about growing up under the threat of the cold war, hearing loss, and being a parent.
Selena DeCosta (Easton/Amherst, MA) speaks with Jonathan Daube (Northampton, MA) about what it’s like to be living with a family whose views are very different from your own during a global pandemic.
daughter interviews her mom about race relations in cincinnati, and a wonderful memory of sitting on a plane beside an african american man who remembered her dad from 40 years ago.
Gary Kirk talks with his friend Liz Stevens about his experience in the 1960s, as a day laborer in California, and a close call he had when his cabin blew up.
Los compañeros de conversación de One Small Step, J. Diego Zarazúa (32 años) y María Davis (50), hablan de su educación, la inmigración, sus primeros años en México y la política. [One Small Step partners J. Diego Zarazúa (32) and...
Malik Brooks (14) and his teacher Matthew Coons (28) talk about music, school and violence in the community.
Father tells his daughter about growing up in Milwaukee, his travels and his work.
Thomas R. Leach tells son Carlyle Leach of the diversity of his Brooklyn neighborhood as a child, discusses the place of African Americans in the sports world, and shares his predictions for the United States in this (2008) “Year of...
Sue Manlove, 61, and her coworker and friend Lorriane Scurti, 52, talk about their experiences as secretaries at Northern Illinois University and about dealing with the aftermath of the February 14th shooting.
Sally interviews her spouse Bruce about his childhood in boarding school and his relationship to Canada and the United States.
Ruth Levenson (87) talks to her son David Taussig (60) and daughter-in-law Cecily Burke (61) about her life as a Holocaust refugee and eventually immigrating to the United States.
Michael Diaz-Rivera (23) interviews his mother, Linda Diaz-Rivera-Cleveland (46) about her life, focusing on her experience as a mother.
Carl Dreyfus talks about his politics and lifestyle.
Jenny Bowen, 28, is interviewed by her colleague, Drew Meyer, 32, about her project “Faces of Asheville.”
Louis talks to his daughter, Rebecca, about his experiences abroad in the Air Force.
A young woman interviews her father about being a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War.
Louisa Brady and Rachel Anne Brown are friends and co-workers who met at the International Center in New York City. They had a conversation about their families, what their lives were like growing up, their relationships with their boyfriend/fiance, and...
Edward Whelan is interviewed by his daughter Derval Whelan about immigrating to the United States, work, meeting his wife, opening up his own bar and family.
Amelia Alice Vara (87) talks with daughter Mary Hernandez (65) and granddaughter Dawn Leal (37) about her service to her community.
Liz, 28, interviews Barb, 42, about her archaeological work at the Presidio.