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One Small Step partners, Mona Meyer (56) and Keith Cooper (53), discuss their upbringings as part of a big family in a rural setting. They discuss their careers and their thoughts on the COVID-19 vaccine.
My older sister and I discuss her career and how it has been altered by the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about the increased safety measures, heightened monitoring of patients, and more changes in healthcare in this interview.
One Small Step conversation partners Melissa Chanselle-Hary (40) and Katharine Schweitzer (35) talk about what the words “liberal” and “conservative” mean to them, why they don’t identify with those words, and how those words relate to the idea of believing...
COVID-19 have been affecting students in a lot of ways. This interview features my experiences and how I cope with quarantine so far. Whether it’s technology usage, daily activities, or communication, etc.
One Small Step partners Alessandra Nabb (23) and Ania [No Name Give] [no age given] talk about the lasting impact of adverse childhood experiences, the formation of their political identities, and their reactions to American individualism.
I talked about what happened in my life. I also talked about what I do during the pandemic
This interview is recorded in Spanish, which was easier for the interviewees. I am talking with my church pastor and his wife about their thoughts, opinions, and advice about the past year and near future. The questions and answered mostly...
In this interview, I will be talkiNg and documenting my experience with Covid-19 as a teenager. I will share my opinion on important subject like school and the government handling of the pandemic.
One Small Step conversation partners Brynn McCormick (20) and Robert Tavares (33) have a conversation about their backgrounds, political views, and perspectives on various social issues. They find common ground in being open-minded and appreciate learning from each other's differing...
In this interview I talk with my nana about the pandemic and how it has changed our lives. I ask her questions about her life and how the pandemic has affected it, her thoughts on it, and what she has...
Discusses what epidemics such as polio, H2N2 were like when she was young. Explaining how it was like living in a small town and when she moved to Germany and the difference in vaccine availability. The comparison of now with...
Mila talks to her parents about what it was like to get the vaccine
One Small Step partners Carla Farris (51) and Maynard Belson (73) discuss their very different experiences of being in lockdown during the pandemic, why they chose to be vaccinated or not, and their hope and fears for our country.
This interview was conducted for the College Connection Academy class "USH 2020". In this interview, I, Angel Nguyen (Age 13), answer questions about what life has been like during the pandemic. As well as describe many things that have now...
Stanley Riley (31) talks with his mother, Adele Riley (59), about how COVID-19 has affected their lives, and why they chose to get vaccinated. They discuss their hopes for the Bronx and the importance of wellness.
Eric Allison, born and raised New Orleans adult who worked at an ER during Covid-19 shares his experience.
One Small Step conversation partners Janalynn Villasenor (38) and Jeffery Puente (30) talk about parenthood, their families' influence on their politics, and their shared desire to see communities and neighborhoods more connected.
One Small Step conversation partners Zubair Hassan (84) and Henry Gordon (50) cover a range of political and miscellaneous topics. They find they both changed their political views in adulthood, regard medicine as poison, and believe religion should not other...
Jamie and Kate talk about their experience working in a SNF during the COVID pandemic. Includes stories of vaccinated residents testing positive after exposure by unvaccinated healthcare workers, and a plea for vaccination.
Colleagues Regina Cooper (68) and Katie Towns (43) discuss their pandemic experiences and shared appreciation for the partnership between The Library Center and the Health Department during COVID.
My grandma and I discussed what she thought about antivax people and how vaccines have affected her life. As well as how she thinks the government should provide vaccines.
One Small Step partners Nicholas Connell (26) and Bobby Esparza (30) reflect on their upbringings, the news industry, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
One Small Step conversation partners Dimple Dhabalia (47) and Tiffany Gray (43) exchange their lived experiences. They connect on their work in supporting vulnerable populations, and find they have a shared belief in listening to and learning from other people...