ddv001951
00:00
Ernestine Krehbiel and Rose [No Name Given]

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.

An Interview With My Dad

Today I will be interviewing my own father. We are very different but at the end we just got to know each other a little more.

Chilling with Grandmom

This interview is about my grandparents heritage from Norway

Posterior Cortical Atrophy Part I

Brandon Lewis interviews his father, Jerald Lewis, about their family's experience with Susan Lewis's Posterior Cortical Atrophy.

Susheel Vishwa’s Grandpa’s story Part 2

In our interview, my grandpa and I talked about the things my Grandpa would say to himself when he was a teenager. My grandpa is Christian, so through the most traumatic events that he went through, he looked toward God...

Interview With My Grandma

We talked about my grandma’s childhood, and her life growing up. We talked about our family’s background and some of her favorite memories/ proudest moments.

All about naye

This interview is about ajanaye and her childhood. How she got her nick names, how she wants to be remembered.

ddv001920
41:20
Heather Hartman-Hall and Daniel Marchalik

Colleagues Heather Hartman-Hall (50) and Daniel "Dan" Marchalik (37) reflect on their paths to their current careers, their work on well-being in health care, and the lasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

ddv001993
50:36
Donte Data and Theresa Davidson

One Small Step partners Donte Data [no age given] and Theresa Davidson [no age given] discuss their community work, their racial and ethnic identities, and their personal political values.

ddv000554
45:10
Bukola Oriola and Monica Habia

Monica Habia (30) talks to her friend and colleague Bukola Oriola (44) about Bukola's work in the anti-trafficking movement, Bukola's own history with labor trafficking, and her hopes for the anti-trafficking movement.

Experiences of a Hmong American student in the United States

Interview with a young Hmong American man about his family history and his own experiences growing up in America.

atl003674
39:12
Arlene Ackerman, Jacquie Ackerman, and Amanda Ackerman

Amanda Ackerman (28) talks with her mothers Arlene Ackerman (68) and Jacquie Ackerman (67) about her adoption and the search for her birth mother.

Susheel Vishwa’s Grandpa’s story part 3

We talked a lot about some life lessons that my grandpa has gone through and how important health is, in order to live a long and happy life. We also talked about important it is to be safe while driving.

Talking to my mom about her life and mine

My mother and I have had different lives growing up but at the end of the day we pretty much value the same things

Me interviewing my parents.

Achieving dreams and following your dreams and believing in yourself and not to have so many regrets.

Tubs n hawks

Me and my older brother discussed our lives growing up in a family of 7 kids.