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Linda Mah and Hope Mutheu

One Small Step partners Linda Mah (57) and Hope Mutheu (19) talk about their upbringings and the impact of social media on current discourse. They reflect on how their social, political, and religious identities have shaped their lives.

College friends Evelyn and Reyane

Evelyn Kramer: 2020-06-06 17:47:43 Evelyn talks with her college friend Reyane who she hasn't seen since graduation six years ago, when Reyane moved from the U.S. back to Kenya. We talk about Reyane's childhood, what it was like going to...

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Kathleen Petrie and Meredeth Roberts

Meredeth Petrie Roberts (47) interviews her mother, Kathleen Petrie [no age given], about her childhood, her missionary work in Africa, and her memories of her late husband, Colin.

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Tal Sims and Roger Godwin

One Small Step partners Tal Sims (56) and Roger Godwin [no age given] discuss their experiences abroad and how it affects their view of the United States government and politics. Tal talks about his experience in the US Navy and...

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Harold Lewis and Matthew Knox

One Small Step partners Harold Lewis (61) and Matthew "Scott" Knox (48) share stories about their different lived experiences as a Black man growing up in the segregated South and a gay man growing up in the Northeast.

Remembering the US Embassy bombing in Nairobi, Kenya.

On August 7,1998, Christopher 8 yrs. old, Caroline 5 yrs. old, and I, their mother, entered the US Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya. One minute later the building blew up. This is some of what we remember from that day 20...

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Carolyn Osborn and Donna Schloss

Carolyn Osborn (74) interviews her friend Donna Schloss (78) about Donna's career as a nurse, her travels throughout the world, and her work with the U.S. State Department.

20 Years after the US Embassy bombing in Nairobi

In 1998 the Huskey family— Christopher, age 8, and Caroline, age 5, and their parents were in the US Embassy when it was bombed by El Queda. On the 20th anniversary, the family reminisces about that day.

Interview with KK Gachukia

We talked about personal life and conflicts. We also talked about advice for others and things we have learned