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- The Nana Project 3
- Agra 1
- Bank of America 1
- Caf(Organization which brought Emmanuel to America) 1
- City-tech 1
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Kiplyn Primus (61) and Bilal K. Shareef (42) are fellow pilgrims who traveled to Ghana in 2019 for the inaugural Year of Return. They talk about how that journey continues to resonate with them.
One Small Step partners Michael Sullivan (70) and Jimmy Aschkar (29) discuss their relationship to Wichita, the decision to become a parent, and the intersection between politics and small business.
Friends Jeanette "Mz. Beatrice" Taylor (48) and Angela Ross (40) discuss their work in response to a local school closing and the need for changes within schooling systems.
One Small Step partners Cecilia Lucero (61) and Julie Gee (56) discuss immigration, cancel culture, and concerns about the government.
One Small Step partners LJ Davis (45) and Bev Emmenecker (64) have a conversation about protests for small businesses, issues with the pharmaceutical industry, and Christian values. They find common ground in the philosophy that many people have shared beliefs...
Patrick Hill (78) talks with his friend Rosemary Woolfitt (63) about his childhood in Nigeria.
One Small Step partners Giselle Palmer (44) and Alejandro Guimoye (43) share a conversation about immigration, education, their upbringings, and their jobs.
Joelle Aheto (16) and her uncle, Liberty Nulaans (59) sit down for an interview to talk about life in Ghana, his schooling, and his passion for photography and technology. They also talked about how Christianity shaped his life and how...
My dad whos name is mark. He is 49 and He used to live in Ghana. we talked about religion and how he would be remembered.
Hear Carrie Washington's story of how she was embarrassed to be from coastal South Carolina when she was young, "Before I didn't think I had any roots. I just felt like I was floating and I didn't know who we...