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I met with Mr. Terry at the Oxford Housing Authority on Tuesday November 27 to discuss her life experience through segregation. Ms. Terry was born in 1950 in Lafayette county, in the Yocona area. She spoke of her experience share...
Priscilla Cortez (18) and Amy Gudino (18) speak on spirituality and its role in Amy's life, living during a pandemic, Black Lives Matter, and hopes for the future.
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Interview with my mother asking different questions about music and how it plays a role in her life.
Lisa Correu (51) interviews her friend Cliff Schiappa (57) about how the success of one of Cliff's photographs made him decide to come out as a gay man.
“What are we doing there?” the tragic story of life as a kid in America during the pointless Vietnam War. Will Angarola interviews his father Bill Angarola in Los Angeles, California about life as a teenager in the 60s in...
Randy Marchant is my grandpa, he was born in 1945. Topics such as his time in college, the draft process, and his stories are talked about.
Interview with my father talking about his profession as well as his childhood. How his race has defined who he is but more so how his character was shaped by his upbringing. He talks about race in our country and...
My name is Oona Wade and for my US history class I was given assignment to interview someone important to me about a time in their history. I picked my grandma about the 1960s.
One Small Step conversation partners Alana Ramadan (60) and Carol Johnson (80) talk about their childhood and family backgrounds, their relationship to their faith and spirituality, their political beliefs, and the future of the United States.
Friends Mike Wegner (71) and Ron Pollack (69) talk about meeting as young white college students in New York, and their subsequent involvement in the Civil Rights movement, including the Freedom Summer. They talk about how it shaped the rest...
Discussion of the development of the Pride, Prejudice, and Protest exhibition at the Orange County Regional History Center in collaboration with the GLBT History Museum of Central Florida and how it was both affected by and inclusive of the Pulse...
I interviewed Liyah Bady for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories, particularly oral histories....
Chloe Muller talks with her grandmother Linda Stickels about the hippie movement and the Vietnam war.
Anna Ramirez: 2020-06-03 13:38:48 Anna interviews Shanon on the shift in a minster's life as she continues to bring community and connection to her church flock during the pandemic.
David Clayton (61) has a conversation with his social worker and friend Britta Larson (36) about his experience coming into his own and memories of sharing his identity with his mother and most recently his siblings.
One Small Step partners LJ Davis (45) and Bev Emmenecker (64) have a conversation about protests for small businesses, issues with the pharmaceutical industry, and Christian values. They find common ground in the philosophy that many people have shared beliefs...
[Recorded Friday, June 10, 2022] John Morris (Col '71, Law '74) and Cricket Morris sit down for a One Small Step conversation in Pavilion VII on the Lawn. The two reflect on the political dynamic in their households growing up,...
The protest of activism give a lot of reasons that people come to againt the government policies, and it shows the right thing to be for U.S citizens.
I interviewed Randi Watson for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories, particularly oral histories....
Janet Bilskey and her Vietnam Anti-War Walkout and Protest Experience