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- WGBH Educational Foundation 14
- Providence 8
- KUOW 7
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 4
- Providence Home and Community Care 3
- American Pilgrimage Project 1
- COVID-19 American History Project 1
- Institute for Family 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
- WERU 1
- WTIP 1
- WUTC 1
Ernestine shares her story about living on a farm with ostriches and foster kids and dreaming of a new and different life...
Eli Harris interviews Patsy Tyvand about her experiences as a mediator with the Center for Dialog & Resolution.
Della Kostelnik Juarez (61) tells her daughter Julia Juarez-Kostelnik (22) about her experiences participating in a voluntary bussing/racial transfer program as an elementary school student in Seattle. Della describes how being the only white kid in a predominantly Black school...
Greg shares with Shane, his physical therapist, the events that led up to him getting an artificial heart and what life is like for him as he waits for a donor heart. Greg is one of only 28 people living...
From September 1968 to September 2018, stories of courtship, love, travel and advice. Neil and Kathleen Pope Hughes, long-time Washingtonians married for 50 years.
Spouses Richard Ohava (81) and Janet Hsieh [no age given] discuss their respective backgrounds, upbringings and their relationship.
As we go through this interview we get to learn about Scolastica (Rinah’s mom) her morals, life lessons and hopes for the future.
Tom Hill discusses his childhood, his experience with addiction and recovery, and what gives him hope.
Carolann Swartz (75) speaks with her son Dustin Swartz (39) about life, Moses Lake, and community service.
My grandma talks about what she lived through. She also talks about some events that happened throughout the decade.
Laura shares stories of her grandparents and her hopes for her grandchildren
Dennis served in the US Army and was a proud member of the Golden Knights. He was injured in the line of duty, and that has affected his civilian life ever since.
Two occupational therapists discussing why their profession is personally meaningful.
Blair Greybull AKA Purple Lace (73) talks to new friend and conversation partner Jey Born (45) about her journey to self-acceptance as a Transgender woman and her memories growing up on the Standing Rock Reservation.
Imani and I talked about the barbershop, how people have genuine interactions, and most importantly how our generation has grown to care more of the politics that control them.
Mom shared what she learned growing up on a farm, what her grandparents taught her, the tough things she’s gone through. We (her kids) have experienced very little hardship, especially compared to her.
Coworkers, John Ramirez (33) and Maira Sanchez (25), have a conversation about sandwiches, their experiences, Hispanic culture, their job at the library, and how their life has been since COVID-19 began.
At first glance, my grandfather Larry Gaston looks like a guy you don't want to mess with. Grizzled grey hair, an ever-present 5 o'clock shadow, war-torn scars on every inch of skin. But underneath the hard exterior lies a man...
Sandra Pitcairn talked about how she felt when she had cancer. She talked about the person who affected her life the most. She talked about her brother being murdered. She tells us about what her parents were like.
In this interview conducted in Andover, MN, Ben Bloom (14)interviews his grandmother, carole (71) about how she greww up all over the United States. Carole lived in WA, TX, and other states, her favorite state is hawaii. She has held...
Rey Ortega (43) interviews his friend Viv [No Name Given] (26) about the art they create through various forms of creative expression and their advocacy work.
Sadie interviews her dad to get a feel for the process.
One Small Step partners Debra Rich-Gettleman (58) and Adri Edwards-Johnson (47) discuss their relationships to Judaism, their experiences as mothers, their own backgrounds, and what it means to connect across political difference.