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Jwayne talking to his mom about race in America and her experiences that she have been through
This interview is with my friend from home, Emma. It was done on FaceTime and recorded. (At the end there was a fire drill at her school so we did not get to the last question.)
Interviewing my mother who is both African-American and Korean-American about her experiences growing up in America.
Students interview each other for a classroom project on the empathy.
Patricia shares advice and lessons learned for future generations
Our foster son made us parents — and led us to adopt his two half sisters.
Joe Brettillo (50) and One Small Step partner Carlos Kyles (37) about their experiences feeling ostracized from their communities, influential family members, and their spirituality.
My mom’s best friend tells me the story behind why she calls their friendship “unlikely,” starting from her childhood in Chicago during the late 1960s.
A son, born in Africa to American parents who had been in the Peace Corps, recount stories of a childhood in Africa, and life in a multiracial family.
[Recorded: Friday, February 3, 2023] Chris (25) and Sophie (18) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Chris is the owner of the microbakery “Baker No Bakery” that sells at popups and at farmers’ markets. Sophie is a...
Regina Banks [no age given] and One Small Step partner Emily O'Connor (41) exchange their experiences growing up, religion, as mothers, and varying other roles.
One Small Step partners Sanona Williams (53) and Jenny Clark (47) discuss presumptions people make about them based on race and location, the pressure to choose a political side, seeing versus not seeing race, parenting children with versus without special...
Georgia’s life as an immigrant, from when she was in grade school to her time in college to the present time, having had kids and wedded. Offers advice about working in competitive fields and how she dealt with racial discrimination...
Catherine "Cathy" Tsaur (37) speaks with her friend Liberty Peralta (36) about her experience with the military living in Hawaii and her experience dating service members.
City Councilwoman Levette Fuller [no age given] and One Small Step partner, Michael "Blake" Powell (43) discuss the local political climate in Shreveport, influential people in their lives, and their love of the arts.
Twanda discusses the stereotypes facing Black women and the importance of empowerment and representation for Black girls and women in the United States.
My father faced lots of challenges in life.
A discussion about race with a friend who I wouldn’t typically talk about a serious topic with
A little walk down memory lane of a man who came from little, and has earned everything he got. It's not a Hollywood story, but it's a good one.
Our interview ranged from discrimination of African Americans to religion. Listen to this interview for an inside look at the life of a very inspiring woman.