Hortencia "Bonita" Esrael and Walter "Craig" Esrael

Hortencia "Bonita" Esreal (63) speaks with their husband Walter "Craig" Esrael (65) on Bonita's childhood, their educational and professional journeys, and the story of how they met and started a family together.

Ruth Foote and Grace Hamilton-Mayfield

Friends Ruth Foote [no age given] and Grace Hamilton-Mayfield (63) discuss Grace’s journey to opening the Hamilton Academy of the Arts, a performing arts academy for children of color in Lafayette and St. Landry parishes.

Sam and Hoang

Me and Hoang are both 19yrs old and brothers in the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. We talked about his previous jobs in Vietnam and how different the standards are there based to here

Matt Everson and Lewis Brown
December 8, 2023 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Matt Everson (51) and Lewis "Lew" Brown (59) discuss thier son's struggles, capitalism, and politics.

Chapman Newsom and his neighbour talk about the Vietnam War and the social atmosphere of the United States through the decades

In this interview, conducted on November 23, 2023 in Birmingham, Alabama, Chapman Newsom (18) interviews his neighbour Hank Battle (78) about his childhood and his experience in the world during the 40s, 50s, and 60s. Hank Battle shares his stories...

An interview with Arav Singh and his uncle

Arav Singh (17) talks to his uncle, who lives in Pune, on a call, discussing his life story. Here, Arav asks him about concepts ranging from friendships, decisions, and his time as a whole. However, the main focus of this...

Anna Wittel and Brad Haynes

One Small Step conversation partners Anna (43) and Brad (51) have a conversation about their lives, including careers, hobbies, experiences with bus breakdowns, and perspectives on aging. They find commonalities in their winding career paths and bonds through shared stories...

Eboni Valentine, Ekin Pellegrini, Cindy Goodwin-Sak, and Scott Morris

Eboni Valentine [no age given] talks with Ekin Pellegrini [no age given], Cindy Goodwin-Sak [no age given], and Scott Morris [no age given] about the University of Missouri–St. Louis College of Business Administration and their Doctor of Business Administration program.