Mario Haynes and Carly Siegel

Friends and collaborators Carly Siegel (25) and Mario Haynes (35) reflect on past artistic experiences and discuss what stories they want to tell next.

Thomas Lorenz and Amanda Robinson

One Small Step participants Amanda Robinson (28) and Thomas "Tom" Lorenz (no age given) sit down for a conversation about the United States losing its "united" aspect, problems with the news media, privilege, and fairness.

Shlomo Brabham and Miriam Brabham

Daughter and father Miriam Brabham (33) and Shlomo Brabham (71) discuss raising a biracial family, parenting biracial children, identity, and how they are like and different.

Sara Hilany and Supa Hilany

Sara Hilany (26) interviews her mother, Supa Hilany (61), about her experiences including immigration, motherhood, and involvement in the New York City Thai community.

Multiracial Experiences: "A Halfway State"

Farhan Azam (Stanford Graduate and Meta Engineer) a close friend of mine and I (Jackie Rin) discuss his educational and identity journey as a Bangladeshi Latino American.

Joanna Bjerum and Lyndia DeShazer

One Small Step partners, Joanna Bjerum (41) and Lyndia DeShazer (79) are natives Kansans that share their experiences in their careers, their family histories, and a love for their state.

Teeka Garron Isakson

Teeka grew up in Halifax as member of a biracial family. It was challenging but she learned from her father, Former long-time Selectman Troy Garron, to always show respect while standing up for your rights.

Justin Mashouf and Mohammad Raza

Friends Justin Mashouf (36) and Mohammad Raza (25) share about their childhoods, compare their relationships to their Muslim identity, and reflect on their affinity to media and film.