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John Thompson and Peter Sweger

One Small Step partners and fellow Oklahomans John Thompson (68) and Pete Sweger (46) discuss their work and in education and healthcare. They speak further about prison reform and education reform in Oklahoma.

"Rebekah and Jenna – Successful College Students"

Participants include Jenna Greer and Rebekah Tiernan who are both 18 and are best friends. The interview is for a class called College Success. We discussed a story about a skiing accident, her first impression of me and how she...

Archive Oologah – Laila Deffenbaugh

Laila Deffenbaugh was interviewed by Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara for Archive Oologah. She discusses the importance of asking questions and the benefits of a small town.

StoryCorps Interview

Reagan's Experience in Germany from the ages of 9 to 13 years old. Reagan is a fellow student in my College Success class and helped with my interview.

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Interviewing my sister

I interviewed my 10 year old sister Lily and I asked questions about me and her life

Brenda Hernandez

Genuine and forthright, Brenda Hernandez relates highlights from her life as a Puerto Rican military kid, self-confident woman and lifelong educator. She shares her passions for seeing the good in everyone and determinedly inspiring people, especially disadvantaged teens, to “bloom...

Anna Alvarado and Lori Alvarado
November 28, 2022 App Interview

: 2022-11-28 20:07:25 Anna Alvarado (19 y.o) discuss with mother Lori Alvarado (52 y.o) about how it was finding out a younger sibling was born with Down syndrome and how raising him has been and will be in the future.

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Aleithia Stephens and Jeanne Lowry

One Small Step conversation partners Aleithia Stephens (35) and Jeanne Lowry (58) met for the first time in-person in Oklahoma City. In their One Small Step conversation they talk about what led them to become educators, what talking politics with...

Archive Oologah- Kellie Capps

Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara interview Kellie Capps for Archive Oologah. They discuss the importance of English, the evolution of education, and life in Oologah.

Rep provisions

Learning more about the upcoming desire for naturally raise and regenerative produce in the pantry of consumers.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

My great-grandmother tells about her life, my great-grandfather, and important memories. When she heard this back, she commented on the marriage proposal and said, “I forgot to tell you, when he proposed, he kissed me too!”

What Happens at Mimi’s Stays at Mimi’s

Interview with my 73 year old grandma as we near her 50th anniversary. *cuts off at end*

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Nick Probst and Cari Rerat

One Small Step conversation partners Nick Probst (38) and Cari Rerat (41) talk about their time serving the public in different capacities, discussing how family members can impact your politics and ethics and how assumptions based on a label can...

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Sundra Flansburg and Robin Bumbera

One Small Step partners, Sundra Flansburg (63) and Robin Bumbera (60), share about their experience as mothers, what they find important, and how visiting Central American and Caribbean countries have shaped their views about politics and poverty.

Recording – 12-02-2023 20:22:08

My name is Bisma Naveed and the person I interviewed is my sister in law. In this interview I asked her about her life.