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Kinshasa Vargas-Pile (47) talks to her wife, Heather Riley (41), about her love for being a librarian, especially in Baltimore, and the sense of community she has found through it.
Mary Bonan Capka (61) discuses her family history with transplants, kidney disease and the transplant process.
Jeff Rosen (53) and Bridgetta Bourne-Firl talk about their involvement in the Deaf President Now (DPN) protest in the late 1980s. Both Jeff and Bridgetta were students at Gallaudet University and student leaders in the DPN movement. They also discuss...
Friends, colleagues, and partners in "good trouble," Delaitre Jordan Hollinger [no age given] and Jacqueline Yvonne Perkins (64), sit down for a conversation about their family history, their current projects, and the importance of preserving African American history.
Joseph "Joe" Charny (88) speaks to his friend, Audrey Glickman (59), about his prominent classmates in school, his Jewish family history, and his brilliant son, David, who passed away at a young age.
Jen Mendoza (34) interviews Patrick McDermott (29) about his workers rights activism after witnessing multiple rights abuses at restaurant jobs. Patrick discusses the challenges and joys of his work.
Patricia Ann Moynihan Case (77) talks with son Denis Moynihan (46) about her family, husband, and he children.
Adam (40) and Cristina (41) Perron discuss Adam's military career, his deployments and how he has dealt with his PTSD since his retirement from active duty.
Stephen (41) talks to his husband Joshua (33) about being deployed to Iraq and having to keep their relationship secret and about coming out to the public when he asked a DADT-related question during a GOP primary debate in 2011.
Judd Lofchie (58) talks to his girlfriend Suzanne Stegeman (55) about how he founded the homeless newspaper Streetwise in Chicago.
One Small Step partners Michael Seng (74) and Robert Carey (61) have a discussion regarding various political structures of government, legislation, and human rights.
Spouses Jane Goldfrank (78) and Jack Goldfrank (79) share a conversation about their childhoods, how they first met, their relationship, their work, the different places where they lived, and about their plans for the future.