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- National Association of Social Workers 4
- Bike not Bombs 1
- Boston Latin School 1
- Branch-Out Alternative Breaks 1
- Cassandra Voss Center 1
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One Small Step partners Denise Hartsough (64) and Peter Strazadas (64) talk about their backgrounds, values, experiences with race, and their perspectives on the role of government.
Andrew "Andy" Kohen (79) shares a conversation with his daughter, Elissa Sachs-Kohen (50), about Elissa coming out, their family, their values, spirituality, social justice, acting on behalf of others, and future happiness.
New acquaintances Maria Autrey (34) and Jean Molesky-Poz [no age given] talk about transnational identity, rituals, and Catholicism. They reflect on how indigenous spirituality has informed their religious lives and world views.
Mit Joyner, President of the National Association of Social Workers is a social work pioneer, innovator, scholar, author, organizer and passionate leader of the profession. She shares the story of how she found the profession, her journey and work and...
Michelle [No name given] (68) interviews her friend and colleague, Mitzi Keadle (65), about being a social justice activist.
A professor and her former student recall the events that led them to address homelessness.
Sarah Flynn, a social work student, and Michael collins discussed social justice issues within the U.S. immigration system.
Mialisa (42) talks to Sarah (54) talk about their experiences at Friends Seminary School. Mialisa was Sarah's student and tells Sarah of the incredible impact Sarah had on her development of sense of self. Mialisa and Sarah discuss teaching risks...
Tom Hill discusses his childhood, his experience with addiction and recovery, and what gives him hope.
Friends Nikki Stewart (38) and Jerrell Cox (36) share a conversation about new jobs, the Black Lives Matter movement and social justice, and the ways that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives.
Friends Carolyn Sherer (61) and Graham C. Boettcher (46) discuss Carolyn's photographic exhibitions and other works, focusing on her depictions of LGBT individuals in Alabama.
Amy has lived her life with the intention of making the world a better place by being there for others in whatever way she can - as a gay woman, a mother, a neighbor, community member and friend.
One Small Step conversation partners Julia Torres Barden (61) and Shelli Fowler (62) discuss formative moments in their political identities, the precarious nature of the current political moment, and what constitutes an effective strategy for social change.
Friends and comrades in the freedom fighting for black lives Larry Malcolm Smith Jr. AKA "IamQueens" (22) and Darwensi Clark (42), talk about Larry's time in the foster care system. Larry shares memories from his time in the system and...
Barbara Milton, MSW, PhD, LCSW shares her passion for giving "live and breath" to the social work profession. She is a clinical social worker, passionate volunteer and leads advocacy efforts across the State of New Jersey. Named Social Worker of...
Ximena Villegas (19) calls Sister Alicia Zapata (69) of Sisters of Mercy to interview about her time at the Centro Campesino.
Angela Phinney is 61 year old woman you lives in Hyde Park Massachusetts. Throughout her life she has dedicated her career to social justice work and community service. She was born in Cincinnati Ohio and moved to Alabama. There, she...
One Small Step conversation partners Timothy "Tim" Hunter (63) and Claire Ninde (57) share life histories, political opinions and things they've learned from family members.
Meet Caressa Thomas. Learn a little bit about her early years, the lessons she’s learned in life, and her take-aways on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. Halkitis discusses his decades long work in the arena of public health with a focus on health equity among sexual, gender, racial, and ethnic minority populations. His focus on a modern paradigm of public health includes his concept of...
The struggle faced by undocumented immigrants entering the United States of America.
One Small Step Partners Katheryn "Kathy" McCoskey (57) and Noreen Carrocci (67) discuss their religious and political beliefs and how the current divided nature of the United States is not something either anticipated experiencing at this point in their lives.
This interview conducted by Zoe Falk (20) in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin (Year 2020) highlights resident Lisa William's experiences and feelings about racism and the Black Lives Matter (BLM) Movement. Lisa is a mother of three and founder of Persisters, a local...
We talked about the Civil Rights Movement and social justice. What we believe in and what others believe in.
Bill Waldman shares his social work journey in the public space leading the State of New Jersey's Child Welfare Agency.