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Coworkers Anindita "Andy" Anaam (36) and Timber Smith (49) talk about working in local government, living in Wisconsin, and how they support one another as colleagues.
New friends Lersak "Larry" Tipmanee (51) and Wally Suphap (44) talk about Larry's life and family business in Little Thailand as well as changes in the Little Thailand community in recent years.
OCA-NY President Brianna Cea (26) interviews her friend, City Councilmember Shekar Krishnan (38), about his district of Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, and Woodside in Queens, New York City. They reflect on his role in renaming Little Thailand Way and talk about...
Troy Sanders (26) interviews his boyfriend Rafael Norwood (34) about Rafael’s early childhood, his identity, his career path in higher education, and the Club Q mass shooting.
Colleagues Halima Ahmadi-Montecalvo (41) and Noura Bashshur [no age given] discuss their experiences as women of color in the United States and their work in health technology.
Father and son Graeme Manning (63) and Stewart Manning (24) share a conversation about their family, their relationship, and their upbringings. The two also share stories from each of their childhoods and reflect on the opportunities they have had, particularly...
One Small Step partners Lorraine Fontana (76) and Kelly Windus (56) discuss their different upbringings, spiritual beliefs, and views on homosexuality.
One Small Step conversation partners Olivia Johnson (38) and Leah Hazell (68) come together to share their lived experiences and talk through the complicated aspects of being loving parents. The two share in common that they came to One Small...
Colleagues Ivonne Diaz (35) and Sofía Aviant-Mier (22) discuss their experiences as Mexican-Americans in the United States, the political advocacy work they do with the nonprofit Texas Rising, and how they attempt to create work-life boundaries and advocate for themselves.