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Guy Aoki (49) tells SC Facilitator Virginia Lora (26) about the negative portrayal of Asians in the media before and during the 1992 L.A. Riots. Guy talks about starting the Media Action Network for Asian Americans (MANAA) in order to...
Ray (77) and Jan (74) talked about their childhood, dating, marriage, parenting and faith.
Jamie Kekaualua [no age given] shares a conversation with her grandmother, Evangeline Kekaualua (87) about Evangeline’s upbringing in Hawaii, how she came to Columbus, Georgia, the advice she would like to pass on to others, and about her family.
Spouses, Trinh Jones (59) and Tim Jones (58), talk about their contrasting childhoods in Saigon, Vietnam and Troy, Missouri, as well as the shared values that bring them together. They also reminisce about their early relationship, raising their two sons,...
Brothers Ron Seybold (64) and Robert "Bob" Seybold (62) talk about their peace-time military service.
Colleen Mahoney (89) is interviewed by her daughter, Nancy Mahoney [no age given], about her parents, attending college during the 1940s and '50s, and her journey from a Republican ideology to a Liberal one.
Anne Riggsby (60) interviews her father, Korean War veteran, Clyde Waldron (83) about his experiences growing up in South Georgia, becoming a paratrooper, a Union Auto plant representative, a Builder, father and husband.
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.
Marian Atkins (65) shares what she knows about her mother's life story with her daughter, Veronica Seymour (35). They discuss how she survived World War II as a child in Japan, what it was like for her to immigrate first...
One Small Step conversation partners Mark Mannette (60) and Marilyn Krause (75) discuss theater, travel, and their political views.
Makana Dudoit (18) talks to her sister Mia Ayau-paulos (14) about her experience volunteering at a local community center during the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa. They discuss the impact of the fires on their community.
Larry Nelson (67) and his wife, Dawn Borowski (68), reflect on dating, the marriage proposal, their wedding, and enjoyment of travel.
Ray Owen (90) tells his son Ray H. Owen and his daughter Mary Streeter (64) about his time in the service and meeting their mother, Isabelle Mahoney.
Joani (27) spoke with her mother Joan (67) about her life and her cancer experience.
Jillian Attaway (32) interviews her maternal grandmother Nancy Alcaraz (84) about her favorite holiday traditions and memories.
Laura Slattery (47) interviewed by Alex Lyon (28) about working for a homeless shelter and nonprofit called the Gubbio Project, growing up in Los Angeles, CA and attending Catholic school, her service in the Medical Service Corps in Hawaii, working...
Aimee Do (53) and her father, Nho Do [no age given], interviews her friend Charles "Chuck" Emberger (88) about his involvement in evacuating her family from Saigon during the Vietnam War.
Anne Ellinger (66) and One Small Step partner Andrea Hendricks (58) talk about the intersectionality of faith and politics, their shared experiences being mothers, prejudices, and varying political topics.
Micheal O'Dell (33) is interviewed by his friend and colleague Winston Bromley (49) about his time in the Marines and his difficult transition back to civilian life.
Rolanda Pyle (59) talks about how her childhood being raised by a grandmother turned into a career as a social worker supporting families, especially grandparents raising grandchildren.
Andy Waltrip (55) interviews his father, Steve Waltrip (79), about his time serving in the U.S. Navy.
Yoshio Murakawa (76) talks with his daughter Dina Pecceu (46) about his family history and experience during Japanese Internment during WWII. Yoshio shares about where this grandparents and parents are from in Japan and how they immigrated to the US...
Daughters Kimberly Chang [no age given] and Allison Chang (48) discuss with their mother Jocelyn Chang (75) the topic of human trafficking and how their family history as Asian/Native Hawaiians overlap with this issue.
Lily Chu (41) and David Chu (44) talk about their lifelong love of libraries and talk about the important role of libraries in social well being and in their own education.