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Marla Barthen (50) shares a conversation with her mentee, Madeline Carpenter (20), about the women’s rights movement and what people of different generations can contribute to that movement.
Tiffany Chang interviews her godmother, Chun-Yen Chen, a dynamically acknowledged Taiwanese-American woman who talks about her experience as an immigrant coming to America and what she has learned in her years of advocating for racial solidarity and justice.
One Small Step conversation partners Marci Howard (72) and David Carson (59) come together and discuss their feelings and beliefs around different topics, including LGBT issues and the COVID-19 pandemic.
One Small Step conversation partners Laura Keadle (64) and Kathleen Peake (65) talk about their shared sense of adventure, rebelling against spaces that do not traditionally welcome women, and desiring civility in political discussions.
Ana Belique (36) and her colleague Sharma Aurelien (36) are enrolled in Columbia University's Human Rights Advocates Program, they discuss the activism they engage in regarding women's and citizenship rights.
One Small Step conversation partners Reese Williams (49) and Miesha Vargas (37) have a conversation about the issue of social disconnect and religion/ spirituality.
Topics include: Violence in the workplace, discrimination between women, legally knowing your rights and what you can do and the power of manipulation men have within their status.
Paula Fine was born in 1941 in Chicago. She defied current standards of women's position in society by seeking "more." She attended college and earned a Masters in Library Science. She worked as an English teacher as well as a...
A Woman’s Right: The Story It Tells - Caley O'Brien speaks candidly about her experiences as a well-informed woman during the political upheaval of Trump and his administration taking office. Caley reflects on the days surrounding the Women's March on...
Friends Christine Pattee (79) and Loretta Wrobel (77) share a conversation about their family histories, navigating their identities, their role in the gay and lesbian rights and women’s movements of the 1970s, and about how they met and became friends.
Kathryn di Giovanni looks back on America during her 101 years - race relations, the empowerment of women and how to survive crippling loss. An amazing positive take on life from a remarkably sharp and articulate 101 year old woman.
One Small Step partners Martha Harris (65) and Jenny Clark (47) have a conversation about how they are taking steps toward social change within their communities.
Erika, a young woman living in the border between Mexico and the U.S, talks about feminism in Juarez city and how the movement has changed her as a woman.
In this interview, conducted on June 15, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. LC Myles Jr. (73) interviews his wife Ambassador Dr. Sharron J. Brown (51) about her childhood in the city of Memphis and her journey though Human Trafficking. She...
We talked about women’s rights and the importance of that, and how it’s interesting to see how the world has evolved today.
Discussing what it was like growing up in a strict religious household during a time where segregation was still prominent and women were just getting their voices heard. As well as becoming a nurse for 40+ years and accidentally getting...
In the interview that takes place in Annapolis Maryland in December of 2019 between Emily and her grandmother Sally, they begin talking about her favorite memories. As we dive in more you find out more about Sally’s childhood and some...
Audrey Antosz-Flowers, age 40, and her mother Beth Antosz, age 65, discuss Beth’s experience of fighting to get her job back after having her first child in 1982, and the challenges of balancing motherhood and working.
Margarita (Margie) talks about her experience as a mother of four children and health care in the United States.
Avery Echols (18) talks with her mother, Yolanda Robertson (51) about Black womanhood.
Estelle Guo (18) speaks with her foreign teacher Mariah Lin (23) about their life in China and in U.S. and values about immigrants and women’s power.
My grandmother talked about women’s rights from 1945-2018 and described what has changed since
This is an interview between Misty Halsey and Deanna Halsey for Misty’s HUM 150 class.