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- Journalism 102
- memories of growing up 9
- press freedom 7
- personal experiences 6
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 5
- 565 more
- PEN America 7
- New York Times 3
- Stoneman Douglas 3
- Journalism and Women Symposium 2
- UVA Democracy Initiative 2
- 35 more
- English 59
After spending 2 years in Germany during the Vietnam War, he returned home to help run the family newspaper.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to former New York Times reporter David Dunlap (70) about his massive documentation projects of the built environments of New York City and Provincetown, Massachusetts.
One Small Step partners Linda Mah (57) and Hope Mutheu (19) talk about their upbringings and the impact of social media on current discourse. They reflect on how their social, political, and religious identities have shaped their lives.
One Small Step conversation partners Lee Anne [No name given] (56) and Michael Castengera (73) talk about the changes overtime in the U.S. regarding politics and society and the growing need to be able to share differing perspectives.
Our conversation centered on my transformation from two-time college dropout plagued with depression and suicide ideation to college graduate in my mid-40s and eventually a Ph.D. from the Missouri School of Journalism. Dr. Ross’ encouragement and influence paved the way...
Beverly Keever (87) speaks to her friend Ann Auman (67) about her experience as a journalist on the the ground during the Vietnam War. She describes her experience of Operation Starlite, the Battle of Khe Sanh, and other pivotal moments...
Sally Mauk (73) speaks with colleague Shaylee Ragar (25) about her life and career in Montana Public Radio.
Spouses Willie Worthy (78) and Jeanne Worth (75) reflect on their lives.
Steve Desroches (47) and Taylor Polites (51) talk about their lives as writers.