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Jacquelyn Tran discuss how race influences her life and how she uses it to discuss it with her family and how she’ll use it to help others on the future.
I learned about my dad a lot more and how my grandpa was as I kid. I had no idea that someone in my family was an indentured servant.
Basketball coach Andy Dardaine talks about the challenges he faces as a young man struggling to escape poverty. Living in the slums of Trinidad, sometimes known as “the bottoms”, Andy’s life was filled with difficulty. Even getting clean water was...
One Small Step participants Michael Anderson (59) and Margaret Jackson [no age given] discuss their respective upbringings in the Wichita and Boston area, their love of the outdoors and the countryside, and how they wish politicians would listen to everyday...
We discussed Cheryl’s brother, a gay rights activist who died at age 25
We discussed his life experiences and what it was like. We also got into depth about what he learned throughout his life
New acquaintances, Danielle Bennett (41) and Therese Peskowits (44) talk about their work, how gun violence has impacted their lives, and their connections to the Gun Violence Memorial Project currently on exhibit at The Chicago Cultural Center.
Colleagues Ivonne Diaz (35) and Sofía Aviant-Mier (22) discuss their experiences as Mexican-Americans in the United States, the political advocacy work they do with the nonprofit Texas Rising, and how they attempt to create work-life boundaries and advocate for themselves.
My grandmother, Janice Tuck, grew up in Massachusetts. Her family came over as servants on the mayflower to the United States, and eventually settled in Novascotia. My grandmother worked as a nurse her whole life attending Boston University and graduating...
Carolyn O'Neil (66) interviews her friend Hamilton Stockton, Jr. (90) about how he got interested in becoming a clothing retailer and how he eventually opened his own store, H. Stockton, in Atlanta.
Conor McGlade (27) speaks with his fiance Sarah Clark (28) about how they met during a study abroad program in New Zealand, started dating and eventually became engaged in Ireland.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to his husband, singer songwriter Peter Donnelly (63) about his process of writing a song. Donnelly sings a few of his more recent works.
Steve Desroches (47) and Michael Steers (45) talk about Steers' career as a drag queen performing as Anita Cocktail in Provincetown, Massachusetts and beyond.
One Small Step conversation partners Kaitlyn "Katie" McMurtry (30) and Richard "Rick" Kirkpatrick (63) talk about their traumatic experiences. They share thoughts about religion and the roles of the government.
we had a laugh and talked about a variety of things like what fun things we have done with family
Back in the day, it often took years for things that happened on the coasts to really impact the Heartland. The coincidences of Norm’s life in 1969, while traveling in Europe (on a trip earned as a reward for serving...
Carina (13) interviews her mother mainly about what she is feeling during the Covid-19 pandemic. Both talk about what life has been like during this time and moment in this country as well as her mother's childhood memories.
An interview with Dr. David Ferris, O.D. that captures his unique perspective as a participant in some of the most crucial events in optometry's history.
In this interview Alyssa Norton and Mary Matthews talked about Mary’s past and some of her greatest memories. Mary shared her stories of when she was a child and how she met her first love.