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Zara Zimbardo and Toran Ailisheva, founders, core members and co-conspirators of the anti-racist organization the White Noise Collective, reflect on a decade plus of community-building, political education, and movement support work.
One Small Step partners Elizabeth [No Name Given] (38) and Julie [No Name Given] (72) discuss their careers, differing political beliefs, and the importance of strong female role models.
[Recorded: January 5, 2022] Bill Farrell (70) and Juhi Desai (28) sit down to record a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Juhi is a current UVA Law student working towards a career as a public defender. Bill underwent...
Friends Kris Fedro (56) and Jeannine Gracey (49) reflect on their relationships with their fathers, friendship, and gratitude.
Patricia "Patti" Willits (70) speaks with her One Small Step partner, Leigh Carlson (66), about their political values and differing upbringings.
Michael Sumida (33) shares his experiences as a medic in the military to his conversation partner Hazel Diaz (35). He discusses how his service challenged and shaped his morals and values, his work with Chief Seattle Club, and how becoming...
Friends Mike Alewitz (70) and Guido Garaycochea (59) discuss Mike’s position as a censored artist, what it has been like to paint murals around the world and see them destroyed, all while conveying the message of workers' struggles.
Colleagues and friends Melanie Thompson (24) and Taina Bien-Aime (62) talk about Melanie's lived experience in sex trade. They discuss the systems -- racism and misogyny -- that influence the sex trafficking industry and talk about how partial decriminalization offers...
Jennifer McNabb (62) tells her friend, Melanie McGarrahan Gibson (56), about her work as a prison educator. She explores the interplay of patriarchy and gender-based violence in prison systems and explains how her work intertwines with her doctoral studies.