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Melvin Thomas (23) talks to his former high school art teacher, Rebecca Belleville (32), about his drive in middle school to go to a top performing high school, his interest in sculpture, being an African American male in the art...
Jermaine Anderson (42) talks to friend and colleague Lisa Nitsch (39) about his upbringing in inner-city Baltimore and beloved family, his history of abusive partnership and overcoming abusive behavior through the Gateway Project, and why he is excited for his...
Gregory Hartzler-Miller (55) talks to his wife Cindy Hartzler-Miller (54) about gaining a heightened spiritual awareness and how it has changed his life and their marriage.
Spouses, John Hedeman (68) and Anne D. Hedeman (66), remember meeting in Princeton University the year the school went co-ed, how they decided to get married, and their mutual support of one another throughout the years.
Friends Harold "Hal" Smith (79) and William "Bill" McCarthy (59) reflect on the impact Catholic Charities has had on the community of Baltimore through their efforts to feed the hungry, provide shelter for those in need, and advocate for change...
Tiffany Matthews-Lay (46) shares a conversation with her aunt Donna Curtis (69) about Tiffany’s son and the role that Tiffany’s mother, Donna’s sister, played in helping to raise him.
Bernard "B.J." Slater (36) interviews his mother Cerrill Meister (69) and step-father Eddie Jacobs Jr. (82) about their parents and grandparents. They discuss the lives they lived, and how they made their way to Baltimore, MD.
Wilma Jean Owens (77) talks with her daughter Melissa Owens (47) about her upbringing in rural Virginia, her mother's lifelong influence on her, and why she is an eternal optimist.
Debbie Whitfield (68) and her daughter Ashley Whitfield Donovan (41) sit down together to remember Evelyn Butler Rosenkoetter, who was Debbie's mother and Ashley's grandmother.
Sisters, Stephanie Frank (35) and Alexandra Frank (32), talk about their careers, the movie that shaped their friendship, and the love for film their mother fostered in them.
Kathleen Manning Edelman (51) interviews her relative Dr. Ron Ervin (83) about his life as a minister and counselor.
Lisa Greenhouse (59) shares a conversation with her neighbor, Scott Ancarrow (41), about how he became a pastor in Baltimore, his current church and congregation, and how his church adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joyce Chase (60) interviews her father, James “Jim” Chase (88), about his time in the United States Army and Air Force.
One Small Step partners Ernestine Krehbiel (83) and Rose [No Name Given] (45) share a conversation about their children, abortion, faith, and their personal political values.
Emily Snow (43) interviews her mother, Donna Maxwell (74), about how her heart condition, Tetraology of Fallot, impacted her childhood, her experience having open-heart surgery in the 1960s, and how her life changed after surgery.
Nancy Volmer (62) and her nephew Josh Volmer (34) share the story of how they began living together after Josh's father passed away and his mother began struggling with schizophrenia.
Sorority sisters Toni Black (43) and Valerie Thomas (64) share a conversation about the Alpha Alpha Sigma Chapter of the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. They talk about the chapter’s history, some of its notable members, its community service programming,...
Kinshasa Vargas-Pile (47) talks to her wife, Heather Riley (41), about her love for being a librarian, especially in Baltimore, and the sense of community she has found through it.
Thomas Riddle (56) talks to his therapist David Avruch (32) about his life, his addiction to heroin, learning to love himself, the challenges of recovery, and how he hopes to help other people struggling.
Grace O’Neill (65), Stuart Rienhoff (62), and William "Bill" Rienhoff IV (69) share a conversation with their father, William "Bill" Rienhoff III (95), about his experiences growing up in Baltimore, his family, and his medical practice.
Carlotta Young (57) interviews her Bookmobile patron Bessie Goldman (96) about Bessie’s love of reading, her childhood in Baltimore, her experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the advice she would like to share with others.
Andre Papantonio (69) talks to his goddaughter Adrienne Clermont (30) about how he came to live in Baltimore, his many lives in the city as an activist, teacher, and pyschotherapist who was active in the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam movements,...
Winifred W. O'Neill (97) and her daughter, Peggy O'Neill (62) remember Captain James Patrick O'Neill, Jr., Winifred's husband and Peggy's father. The women discuss his service in World War II, and Winifred tells her daughter of the various jobs she...