Joe Beda on open source as a positive sum game

Joe Beda shares with Julia and Amanda about his multigenerational family history with computers, his changing experience with open source since submitting the first commit to Kubernetes, and how the future of open source contains both 'danger and opportunity'.

Tyler Beam and Sarah Davis

One Small Step participants Tyler Beam (44) and Sarah Davis (40) discuss their experiences living abroad, what it's like pursuing a second career and master's degree in their forties, their political beliefs, and their spiritual identities.

"Row your own Boat" and other wise words in the life of Roberta "Bobbie" Sahr

Laura Rosenfeld (32) talks with her grandmother, Roberta "Bobbie" Sahr (82) about her childhood, courtship and marriage with her husband, John Sahr, and advice for her grandchildren.

Interview with Pop

We talked about his parents moving to the USA

LueRachelle Brim-Atkins and Jacquelyn Howard

Friends LueRachelle Brim-Atkins (76) and Jacquelyn Howard [no age given] discuss LueRachelle's childhood in Texas and her experiences with desegregation at the University of Texas. After college, LueRachelle took an internship as a teacher in Rochester, NY, and ultimately moved...

Andy Goto and Harriet Weber

Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Andy Goto (84) about his father’s immigration to the United States from Japan, his parents’ farming career, his upbringing in Eastern Oregon and Washington State, and the John Deere dealership that he opened in...

Marilyn Horn and Stacey Purdy

Marilyn recounted her childhood growing up in Friday Harbor, a town on San Juan Island.

Carriebelle Anderson (part two)

Part 2 of an interrupted interview — note: Mike & Mary “Minnie” Goodwin are my grandfather’s Uncle & Aunt (the names mom was trying to remember)

Selina Everson and Alice Taff

Selina Everson (Kaseix) told Alice Taff (Wudashéeyi Tláa) about growing up in a small Native community and learning about her culture. She talked about attending and working in Native boarding schools and discussed her experience teaching young Tlingit children about...

My Dad Chuck

Every Thursday, I go with my 9-year-old daughter, Josie, to have dinner with my parents in the house I grew up in. These meals give us time to share stories about ourselves. I love my dad, and know that, at...

Life After War

This interview was about how my grandfather progressed through a life of war.

The Importance of Hard Work

Eric Vadon speaks about the importance of education, hard work and family. He talks about the morals and events that shaped his life.

Paulette de Coriolis and Susan Keene

Susan Keene (54) interviews Paulette de Coriolis (68) about her life as a transgender woman and a mental health therapist. They discuss how each of those identities supports and informs the other.

Carol Odinzoff and Pamela Bergmann

One Small Step conversation partners Carol Odinzoff (66) and Pamela Bergmann (69) discuss their relationship to Alaska, their political beliefs and their concerns for the future.

Beryl Goto and Harriet Weber

Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Beryl Goto (75) about her journey to the United States from London, her life and time in Quincy, Washington, and her experiences as a flight attendant and hospice therapist.