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Janet McKeithan and Robbie Jones

Friends and colleagues in activism, Janet McKeithan (64) and Robbie Jones (62) talk about Janet's journey to ministry and activism and the impact of organization they work for in the community.

Susie Bobenrieth: Recognizing our Life of Privilege

Susie Bobenrieth on UNC Chapel Hill, Vincentian Service Corps, and High School - and how it has affected her.

My dad arte

In this I talked about how my dad arte ledyard served in the military

Papa

During this interview I ask my papa about his life when he was younger and I ask him for some fun stories from his childhood.

A life in parts

In this interview I, Jake Wright interview Delbert Chavez about his experience in the auto parts industry. We cover how the industry has changed and how Bert has worked his way to running his own successful department.

How service in the National Guard led to a life of service in the field of public education.

Dr. Frank Mitchell, National Guard Veteran and Superintendent of Vilonia Public Schools for 27 years shares his experiences and service in the United States National Guard.

James Gibby interviewed by Marilyn Morris

James talks about his life as a high school student during the pandemic and his humanitarian service in Belize.

Living In The Shoes Of My Papa (continued)

Cadence Lommori talked with her Papa, James Barsanti, about his life story. This interview included stories and information about his childhood jobs, time in the Navy, and his wife and kids.

Building Community Through Service

Maria discusses how relationships in her life affect her understanding of community and how she wants to build community in times of disconnect.

DIM interview

talked about their biggest impacts in life and how that changed their views

The Navy – Michael Beatty

Madeline Stach interviews her uncle Michael Beatty about his service in the Navy. They talk about basic training, why he chose the navy, and some of the people he met while serving.

There's great value in failure

Dave talks to me about his favorite memories, his life, his wisdom that he has learned through his trials,memories, and experiences.

The Life Under the Magnifying Glass

On November 23, 2018, 14 year-old Alonzo Jackson interviews his dad, Edward “David” Jackson about his 37 years in a potentially dangerous line of work. We find out how David’s childhood affected his decision on choosing his career. David talks...

Lauren Kim

Lauren Kim is a community leader from the South Bay currently attending the University of California Santa Barbara. She is studying Sociology with a minor in Psychology. She talks about where her passion for leadership began, how ideals have shaped...

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William Proctor and Summer Cody

Summer Cody (23) interviews County Commissioner William “Bill” Proctor (62) about his childhood, his family, and his career as a pastor, an adjunct professor of political science at Florida A&M University, and County Commissioner of Leon County.

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Janet AlJunaidi and Norah AlJunaidi

Janet AlJunaidi (59) shares a conversation with her daughter Norah AlJunaidi (24) as they reflect on their service trip to Palestine and the way the Pandemic has impacted their life.

Sarah Kelley and Susan Perry

[Recorded: Apostle Sarah Kelley (83) and Susan Perry have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Sarah was born and raised in Charlottesville, and shares early memories of experiencing segregation as a child and young adult. Sarah has been...

Bonner Interview

My mom and I discuss how her home heritage acts of community service in my childhood has lead me to want to be want to pursue doing acts of community service through our my time at IUPUI.

Interview with my Grandfather

I’ve always looked up to my Grandfather he served in the Yonkers Police Department for 30 years as well as the Coast Guard Reserves for 8.