ddb002634
38:22
Joyce Richmond and Jerry DeWitt

Friends Joyce Richmond (83) and Jerry DeWitt [no age given] talk about Jerry's decades of military service, Joyce's experience being a Gold Star Mother, and their shared commitment to volunteerism.

Immigration

My mom’s immigration story and how she feels as an immigrant.

ddv002473
49:28
Alison Caughman and Judy Walton

One Small Step partners Alison Caughman (74) and Judy Walton (68) have a conversation about being "military brats" and volunteers as well as their biggest challenges and greatest achievements.

atl004482
40:01
Pamela Ching and Wiedad "Roodly" Archer

Colleagues and friends Pamela Ching (61) and Wiedad "Roodly" Archer (52) have a conversation about their careers, beginning as nutritionists and moving into public health, including stories about their time working in various foreign countries and lessons they learned from...

ddv000829
49:17
Rukiya Lee and Junior Duplessis

Friends and colleagues Rukiya Lee (45) and Junior Duplessis (23) talk to each other about the people and places that have informed their politics, their hopes for New York City, and what they think about democracy in the United States.

My moms experience going to Haiti

just a little bit about my moms experience and what it was like over in haiti

Haiti 13 Trip (days 1-4)

My personal memories of my Haiti trip.

Part 2 of the interview with my 96-year-old Haitian grandmother, Laura

In the second part of our conversation, Laura talks about her brother, Ary, the former Minister of Public Health in Haiti who as murdered in 2000. She discusses if she regrets leaving Haiti, and talks about what it’s like knowing...

Interview with Lamenais Louis

I, Hannah Cunningham, interviewed my branch president Lamenais Louis about his emigration from Haiti to the United States. In the interview, we talked about how he met his wife, Suzette, how he found the gospel, and the Haitian traditions he...

Interview with Captain Sandra Johnston of the U.S. Navy (my amazing mom)

Captain Johnston talks about her experiences being in the Navy for the past 30 years. She tells of her different deployments, especially those on the hospital ship, the USNS Comfort, during the Gulf War and during a humanitarian mission to...

From Haiti to Orange County: An Adoption Story

Kristen Howerton interviews her son Kembe about the experience of surviving the Haiti earthquake and immigrating to the US at age 3.

Interviewing my Mom

In this interview, we discussed my mother’s childhood and how it contributed to her being the woman she is today.

atd002028
41:48
Carolyn Hyppolite and Kiplyn Primus

Carolyn Hyppolite (39) talks with her new friend and roommate, Kiplyn Primus (57), about their participation in the Jamestown to Jamestown Year of Return trip to Ghana.

mby020922
35:26
Lucienne Nicholson and Sydney Haynesleavy

Lucienne Nicholson (63) and her son, Sydney Haynesleavy (32), talk about Haitian culture and Lucienne's decision to raise her children as universal human beings. Sydney reflects on his upbringing, the connection he has to Haiti, and lessons he has learned...

ddv001021
50:16
Andrew Burnham and Brendan Daly

One Small Step partners, Andrew Burnham (50) and Brendan Daly (59), share their political beliefs, their shared experience of the non-profit world and come to reminisce about how politics didn't used to be such a touchy subject.

My Grandmother’s Love Story

I interviewed Marie Lochard, a shy woman at the time who meets her brother's best friend who was the popular catch. Marie disliked the fact that her brother and his best friend would always go out partying everynight. But when...

mby023012
38:45
Brittany Ann and Bill Galvin

Father and daughter Bill Galvin (63) and Brittany Galvin (36) talk about parenthood, childhood memories, gratitude, and their travels throughout the world.

Interviewing My Grandmother.

I interview my grandmother and ask her questions about life in Haiti, and life in America. This gave me a good insight into her life and I learned many new things. I am proud of the many things she accomplished,...

Ms. Chantal shares stories from her childhood and life.

Jude Richardson (15) interviews Chantal Roumain Collis (76) his piano teacher about her life growing up in Haiti and after going to the United States. She has many stories and background to share, and some advice for anyone.

mby021408
41:44
Jacqueline Trigg and Louise Peyton

Friends Jacqueline "Jackie" Trigg (59) and Louise Peyton (68) share a conversation about how they first met, how they became close friends, the trips they have gone on together, faith, and the values that they practice.

ddb002603
40:58
Ana Belique and Sharma Aurelien

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.