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Dominique V. (32) interviews her friend Margaret [No Name Given] (34) about her experiences as a mother living with mental illness. They talk about trauma, grief, and parenting.
Robert is on hospice with the Providence Hospice LA County program for the unhoused. Robert spent most of his life living on the streets of the South Bay area of Southern California. He spoke with his intake nurse, Briana and...
Silena Layne (44) speaks with StoryCorps facilitator Jeb Backe (26) about her faith journey in the face of struggle and loss. Silena reflects on her relationship to the Black Church and on the impact of gun violence on her family.
One Small Step partners, Will Melton (37) and Marlene Bicchieri [no age given] discuss their personal experiences, foreign policy, family planning and various other topics.
I (Oliver Short, 19) interview Chris Taylor from Therapeutic Life Choices in Tulsa, OK.
One Small Step conversation partners David Bautista Gonzales (21) and Daniel Dominguez (43) dive into their different lived experiences. They find commonalities in their experiences growing up in Mexican-American culture and understanding the bittersweetness of being a first generation college...
One Small Step partners Leon Hoover (71) and Robert "Bob" Shore (75) talk about their political views and their careers in energy and behavioral health. They reflect on the current state of abortion and energy policy and discuss the influence...
Community partners, Councilmember Bob Blumenfield, Odet Nazarian, and Terry Lotka, have a conversation about the impact of giving back to the community and, in turn, to themselves.
One Small Step partners Paula McElwee (70) and Mary Jane Gilmer (72) have a conversation about their fathers as great influences in their lives, believing in keeping people at home and out of nursing homes, and discussing how the government...
One Small Step conversation partners Stephanie Martin-Ward (50) and Paul Hurley (72) discuss their concerns for the future of the country and the need for more empathy.