Is housing a right? Let’s talk about public housing, private and the shelter.

My mom and I discuss the human right to housing and the thoughts that we have regarding the different environments that we have experienced throughout our lifetimes.

Theresa Taken and Emily Taken-Vertz

Theresa Taken (72) talks with her daughter Emily Taken-Vertz (28) about growing up in rural Iowa, being adventurous, going to college, traveling the world, and becoming a lawyer after being a social worker in the South Bronx.

Interview with Wasim Rahim

Interview with first generation immigrant from Guyana—his personal story and opinions on immigration policy in the US

Thanksgiving Listen: Aran O’Loughlin
November 28, 2017 App Interview

Mostly childhood stories of life of a man who grew up in NYC & with plenty of family from several backgrounds, some things were great but there was a share of the bad as well throughout

Kirsten Paull’s Thanksgiving interview with Marie Paull

Kirsten Paull interviews her Oma about her journey and decision to move to America. She describes her life before the move in Germany, and what her schooling was like. After, she describes her move to America and how she learned...

History 911 interview project

We talked about the 911 attack and how did it impact the people and the cause of it

Story Corps Q2

On Dec. 12, 2017, I, Parker Thompson, interviewed Paul Fischer about his life and experiences

Thanksgiving Weekend Interview

Talked with my brother, Cameron, regarding his thoughts on what his future holds. We also touched base on his past.

9/11 through one’s perspective

This interview is about the events of 9/11 through the experience of Christopher. He spoke about the events that occurred on that day and how it affected him as a child. He also spoke about his feelings and how he...

Eric Sawyer and Hernando Cortez

Eric Sawyer (67) interviews his friend Hernando Cortez (56) about his experience on Fire Island during the HIV/AIDS pandemic, his activism with Dancers Responding to AIDS, and how he would like to be remembered.

Myyuh and Hany Osman

New friends Myyuh (31) and Hany Osman (33) talk about their work in music and film. They reflect on their early experiences with art, on what makes a place home, and on building community in New York City.

Life through the eyes of Yahaira Perdomo

In this interview conducted on October of 2018 in New York City, Orlando Caceres interviews his mother, Yahaira Perdomo on her experiences on life in the Dominican Republic, youth, motherhood and most recently her experience emigrating to the United States...

Erika N. and Hugh Murray

One Small Step conversation partners Erika N. (66) and Hugh Murray (81) talk about LGBTQ+ issues, diversity in their lives and value sets, and their shared troubled feelings about lies being pervasive in the US.

Juttana Rimreartwate and Steven Raga

Juttana "Moo" Rimreartwate (57) talks to his New York State Assemblymember Steven Raga [no age given] about the Little Thailand community in Queens. They talk about getting to know each other, the goals they have for their work, and their...

Mia Quezada and Pamela Sinchi

Mia Quezada: 2021-09-24 18:30:41 Mia talking with Pamela about their childhood and experiences during the 2020 pandemic

Millie and her Nonno Lee

Lee Miller (76) in NYC speaks with his granddaughter Millie (13) who lives in Rome, Italy. He recounts growing up in Brooklyn in the 1950's & 60's, and share stories about his father, her great grandfather fighting in World WarII...

Ciarra Flannagan and Alexis Flannagan

Alexis Flannagan (29) and her sister Ciarra Flannagan (18) talk about their relationship, which has had ups and downs because Alexis is eleven years older and has frequently been responsible for taking care of Ciarra.

Hayley Morales and Riley-Paige Belisle, December 2020

Coming at you live (not really) from their homes, two freshmen from New York's "The Beacon School," Hayley Morales & Riley-Paige Belisle discuss in a teenager's perspective the events happening in the world that is from the messy year we...

Carlos Menchaca and Veronica Carbajal

Friends Veronica Carbajal (46) and Carlos Menchaca (42) share their experiences of El Paso and reflect on what working toward justice for their community looks like for them.