Ashley Capps and Michelle King

Friends and coworkers at The Environmental Charter School, Ashley Capps (31) and Michelle King (48), speak about being members of the Guerrilla Teacher Academy, reinventing traditional teaching methods, and trying to do right by all students.

Chan Williams Discussing the Change in News Media with Her Mom

Chan Williams (26) and her mother Jill Williams (57) discuss journalism. Jill Williams is a high school journalism teacher. In this conversation they discuss teaching journalism, memories of the news growing up and the changes in news media since then.

Anne Marie Walsh and Mark Horvath

Anne Marie Walsh (43) is interviewed by her friend Mark Horvath (53) about experiencing homelessness and how she met Mark.

Interviewing my older sister on her opinion towards news and social media.

My sister who is 4 years older than me and never really used social media answers my questions about social media and how she thinks it influences news and public information.

Origins of the #CripTheVote movement with the founders and co-partners: Gregg Beratan, Andrew Pulrang, and Alice Wong

The 2016 election was unprecedented in more ways than one. This oral history recalls the origins of #CripTheVote, a nonpartisan online movement activating and engaging disabled people on policies and practices important to the disability community. Created at the beginning...

Cindy Tapper and Lori Vrchota

One Small Step partners, Cindy Tapper (53) and Lori Vrchota (48), talk about their ties to Canada, their experiences in during COVID, and their differences in political beliefs.

Progress and Regress: Victor and Shaan Talk Travel, Tech, and Trump

An interview with VP Shaan Ranasinghe looking back on the past and forward to the future, through the lenses of technology, comedy, and Joe Rogan

Asking my mom how much the media has changed in her lifetime

I am a junior in college. My mom is an accountant. We talked about how much the media has changed over her lifetime.