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- memories of growing up 53
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Coworkers in special education William Yadron Jr. (52) and Tiffany Woods (36) discuss equitable curriculum, administrative injustices, limitations of pedagogy, prejudice in the classroom, and gaps in access to resources for students.
One Small Step partners Mike Wemmer (78) and Patrick Roberts (58) sit down for a conversation about changing how we see those with different political views.
Naomi Love (27) interviews Ennio Garcia-Miera [no age given] about his identity and experience as a Latino, his New Mexican roots, and his 1519 project, which reflects on when Hernán Cortés came to North America.
One Small Step conversation partners Jean Skeels (50) and Mike Ulen (32) talk about tribalism in US politics, the harm done by labeling, and their personal political philosophies and the events and people that helped shape their ideas.
Colleagues Cathy Stewart (68) and Glenda Scott (67) reflect on their experiences as two of the first women working for the U.S. Forestry Service and their lifelong love of trees.
Garret Rzepecki (37) and One Small Step partner Brian Pressnall (62) speak about government intervention, systemic inequality, and personal experiences that influenced them.
I discussed the 4 questions with my Nani, and elaborated more to learn about her life and struggles. She shared many stories with me.
In this interview, HoChong talks about her experience coming to the United States from Seoul, South Korea. She also talks about her role as a nurse practioner at the VA Veterans Hospital, including her personal experience with diversity (or lack...
Tarik Mahdi (36) and friend Yusuf Al-Rahman (41) exchange stories about the micro-aggressions they dealt with as Black Muslim men and experiences where they challenged the ignorance around them.
Monica Whatley (32) interviews her friend, Bandele [no name given] (73), about his incarceration in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Bandele reflects on what he learned during the 33 years during which he was detained, his relationship...