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Edward Gambill, entrepreneur and grandfather of 4, discusses his life experiences with his grandson, Finnegan, and how they have shaped him into who he is today.
Lucia Greenland (16) talks with her grandmother, Carmel Richmond about her childhood, favorite memories, teaching stories, and life lessons.
[Recorded Friday, April 28th, 2023] Deborah (64) and Terry (43) have a One Small Step Conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Deborah is a mother of two from Richmond, Virginia and works as an Inspector for UVA's Facilities Management. Terry is a...
My aunt was speaking on behalf of my grandmother and grandfather (Nonno and Nonna). They had left Italy during the year of 1968, and traveled to Brooklyn NY, in order to provide for their family by working.
In our interview Kathleen answers questions about growth, family, and how her life changes and goes through cycles in 7’s. She has taught me alot about how change is okay and natural during any time of our lives. There is...
Karen Ghaddar talks about her experience moving from Dubai to study in the United States while leaving her family behind in Lebanon.
Keith and Jeanne Gentry talk with Wendy Stancil about life and times in and around Hot Springs NC, family, and the origins of their iconic store, Gentry's Hardware.
[Recorded Thursday, April 27th, 2023] Alex (19) and Allie (31) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Alex is a first year undergraduate student at the University of Virginia studying biomedical engineering to pursue medicine. Allie is a...
Janet shares the story of her brother, a close family member, who was gone too soon. She talks about how he inspired her and how she honors his life today by keeping his story alive.
In this interview, I (Kayla Provini, 14) interview my mom (Christina, 42). Throughout this video, I ask my mom questions about her personal experiences and memories from her life.