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It is important to have strength, character, love, trust, and to listen carefully, plan carefully and, love your family. Love makes you want to do the right things.
Sameer and his mother Mahmoodah have a conversation about Mahmoodah's journey from Pakistan to American and becoming a doctor and raising a family along the way.
An One Small Step reunion Conversation between Kesha Ram Hiinsdale (37) and Alexander MacGillivray (35).
Friends Sister Buffy Boesen (73) and Jane German (71) discuss how they became involved with the Sisters of Loretto Academy, the projects they are most proud of, and what they have learned over the years.
My cousin, Izma Nadir, shares meaningful life experiences that shaped her to become the person she is today.
Monika Nikore [no age given] has a second conversation with her mother, Vimal Nikore (86). This conversation adds greater detail to Vimal's childhood which includes the 1947 Partition of India.
Zaheer Faruqi (66) is interviewed by his daughter Reem Faruqi (35) about some of his adventures as a young adult when he moved to the U.S. as a student, his interest in aviation, being profiled for his Muslim identity after...
Anar Amin (33) and conversation partner, Jim Larsen (62), discuss their faith journey, political issues that are difficult to reconcile with their faith, and their reasoning behind signing up for a One Small Step conversation.
Colleagues Halima Ahmadi-Montecalvo (41) and Noura Bashshur [no age given] discuss their experiences as women of color in the United States and their work in health technology.
This interview was about how a foreign student from Pakistan came to the USA to create a better future. From this interview people can acquire information of how fortunate people living in America are and how people need to focus...
I interviewed my father, Wasif Rehman, age 42, on their experience of immigration and life in a foreign land. We discussed the challenges, the pros, the differences and the opportunities this country had to offer.
Mr. Mannan specializes in relief work and humanitarian aid and has worked with organizations such as Save the Children and Jhpiego. He specializes in giving neonatal and maternal care to women in third world countries.
Friends and coworkers Alex Kolker (27) interviews Shabir Kabiri (29) about his experience attending university in the United States, the differences between Afghan and American culture, and what the American dream means to him.
Sonia Nikore [no age given] talks with her mom, Vimal Nikore [no age given], about her life following the 1947 Partition of India. They discuss education as well as Vimal's decision to immigrate to the United States.
One Small Step Partners Marianne Vermeer (60) and Erik Stearns (51) sit down for a conversation about their life experiences and their passions.
Basically about my moms life and what she has gone through and what her childhood was like
Friends Lara Gale (42) and Hanif Ahmadzai (40) discuss their work in Afghanistan, democracy, freedom, and tolerance.
From talking about family to school challenges, we had a blast!
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Pakistani LGBTQ rights activist Muhammad Burhan (23) at the Provincetown Pride Center during Provincetown Pride about his work and global LGBTQ rights.
In this interview conducted in November 2017 in Flemington, New Jersey Leah Shah interviews her grandma Parveen Shah about her childhood in Pakistan and immigrating to the United States. She shares stories about her education and school life as well...