Mark Sprinkle and Kyle Kennedy talk about changing political views and educational choices in Richmond, Va.

Mark and Kyle discuss how they got to and started families in Richmond, Va, how their political views have changed over the years, and how the educational choices they made for their kids reflect their desires for the welfare of...

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Michael Johansson and Ken Yon Greer Sr.

Michael Johansson (71) interviews his friend Ken Yon Greer Sr. (36) about his experience growing up in the Mississippi Delta and the road that led him to college, and eventually, to becoming president of the historically black fraternity, Phi Beta...

Evan Long and Jose Salgado

Evan Long (35) shares a conversation with his friend, Jose Salgado (56), about education in the United States and Honduras. They also discuss the role of prayer, spirituality, and hope.

Cassandria Hansbrough, Russell Baxter, and Barbara White

Siblings Cassandria Hansbrough (65), Russell Baxter (72), and Barbara White (63) discuss their upbringing and the abundance in which they lived with their family, never lacking, and unaware of what they didn’t have.

Sarah May Campbell and Natalie Canella May

Sarah Campbell (46) interviews her mother, Natalie May (73), about the family history of migration from Western Europe to the United States.

Elizabeth Duke and T. McClain

One Small Step conversation partners Elizabeth "Lani" Duke (74) and T. "Davina" McClain (56) share their political beliefs, memories and the ways they view change in the community.

Telling HERstory Podcast Bonus Episode: In Her Own Words

An excerpt from a recently rediscovered recording from December 25, 2008, where Mrs. Rosa T. Beard (1919-2010) shared in her own words, how she ended up pursuing her Master’s degree at Columbia University.

Courtneay Small and Richard Harris

Friends and colleagues Courtneay Small (61) and Richard Harris (58) talk about their upbringings, experiences as mentors, and the importance of their work with Concerned Black Men of Massachusetts.

Judith Squires Sconyers and Jacob Sconyers

Jacob Sconyers (41) interviews his mother, Judith "Judy" Sconyers (76), about her adventures and the reasons why she decided to take him traveling instead of having him join school sports.