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Gary Silberstein (78) talks to his friend Delphine Foo-Matkin (43) and recalls surviving a near-death experience when a surfing trip with a friend went awry.
Jaye Meyer (59) talks with her niece, Sydney Albrecht (22), about her father and Sydney's grandfather, Colonel Franklin Powell Jr., who served in the Marine Corps in Vietnam. They read parts of the manuscript he wrote while he was in...
Maggie Elliot [no age given] interviews her grandmother Linda Mercer (77) about growing up in a rural community, living in Seattle during the 1960s and her adventures with her husband, Don, as newlyweds in Europe.
Melissa Mackenzie (68) prompts her dear friend Esayas Asfeha (41) to recount his migration story from multiple refugee camps to his arrival in Missoula, Montana, a 16 year process.
Colleagues and friends Valarie Smith (40) and Quentin Hope (66) talk about how High Plains Public Radio came into existence after Quentin moved back to Garden City and was inspired through grit and determination to bring public radio to their...
Ralph Rogers (84) shares many memories with his granddaughter, Deana Rogers (36), to include spending summers on his grandparents' farm, seeing his future wife for the first time, and being told he was a father.
Shelton Woods (60) talks with his mother Faye Woods (87) about her experience growing up in Uniontown, PA and her experience in the Woman's Army Corps, which was extremely meaningful to Faye.
Linda Detterman (53) and her colleague Lynette Hoelter (48) talk about their work at the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).
Andrea Huelse (47) talks with her father Wolfgang Huelse (79) about his experience growing up in the barracks in Hamburg during Nazi Germany, how his perception of Americans changed from one interaction he had with an American soldier as a...
Christy Luck (47) talks to her good friend and One Small Step conversation partner Anja Thomas (49) about how their values have shaped their political views.
Gloria Dunn-Violin (81) speaks with her husband, Donald Violin (87) about the similarities in the ways they grew up, both as first generation Jewish-Americans, and the way they came into one another's lives later in life.
Friends Ariel Benson (55) and Jovita Molina (57) discuss their friendship, their careers, and their lives outside of work.
Jennifer McGinn [no age given] speaks with her One Small Step conversation partner Katherine Duda (51) about being descendants of Holocaust Survivors, raising their children, generational trauma, and conversations around social justice beginning with the renaming of their town of...
Julie Allen (52) speaks with her One Small Step partner Chigoke Adoma (70) about diversity, memories of school desegregation and bussing, the movement for voting rights, their political beliefs, and their hopes for the future.
Ruth "Ann" Peters (78) talks to her daughter, Michelle Gallagher [no age given], about growing up in a small town in Southern Illinois, her family, motherhood, being a grandmother, and how she wants to be remembered.
Rosa Rio, 106, is interviewed by her friend, Tara Schroeder, 45.
Violet Hittle, 97, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Doreen Myers,50.
Moses McCrimager, 91, is interviewed by his friend Steven Blay, 35.
Alice Hagan tells stories about her life, family and travels to her daughter Catherine “Kitty” Hagan Aylor.
Georgie talks with her daughter Sonia Walker about growing up in Buffalo, the illnesses Georgia has suffered and the strength and perseverance they have learned as family.
Amy Russell interviews her father James Russell about his life as a carpenter.
Gwendolyn Henderson remembers her life in Tuskegee
Vanessa Gibson interviews her mother, Doris, about her life growing up and intergration in Mississippi.