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Abraham Brawer (83) talks with his daughter and son-in-law Lynnette Brawer (47) and Todd Paler (47) about life in Nazi Occupied Europe, his journey to Israel where he worked on kibbutzes and served in the military,his immigration to South America...
Jerry Brown (82) interviewed his wife, Shirley Brown (74) about being in the nursing field since 1965.
Julia "MacLovia" Martinez (82) speaks with her friend and granddaughter Paloma Villalobos (34) about her journey and perspective on life.
Nancy Warner (70) interviews her friend Alex Schmidt (75) about his family's experience emigrating from Germany to the United States. They also discuss his childhood in Germany and Washington State, his military and clergy careers, and his family.
The story of a man immigrating to the USA and how media and it’s evolution affected his journey along the way.
Hugo talks about his relationship with his family from Bolivia, Cochabamba and his favorite memories from his childhood.
I, Nicholas Manna(age 16) interviewed 16 year old Henry Bautista(age 16) on his Grandparents story of immigration into the United States of America.
Amanda Garcia (31) and Dr. Gratzia Villarroel (61) discuss immigration stories, becoming bilingual in both Spanish and English, and gender roles in the Latino community. The pair also talk about navigating two cultures and their plans to start a charter...
A family friends talks about how she moved from Bolivia to the United States. She shares her insipirational story and encourages others to work hard for your goals.
He explained me how was his life in Bolivia. Some other personal issues that defines the person that he is now.
One Small Step conversation partners Ismael Acle (51) and Katharine Dooley-Hedrick (35) talk about how their families and upbringings shaped their politics, and how their political beliefs have evolved over time.
One Small Step partners Mary "Elizabeth" Ortuno (44) and Gregory "Greg" Thompson (68) discuss the long-term affects of pandemic lockdowns, how law enforcement handles people with mental health issues, and why they think flags have been politicized.