Jeanine Mah and Susan Mah

On August 23, 2016 Jeanine Mah (84) talks with her daughter, Susan Mah (48), about the death of Jeanine's husband/Susan's father from cancer as well as Jeanine's thoughts about her own pending death, which occurred 3 years later. They discuss...

Beyond the Block Ep.2 – 4607 S Malcolm X Blvd

My hometown of South Dallas serves as the basis for my work as an artist. Every location I chose to depict "what it's like to live in the hood" is connected to a friend or family member I questioned about...

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Jane Moore and Kristine Anderson

One Small Step conversation partners Kristine Anderson (73) and Jane Moore (55) discuss their jobs as teacher and NICU nurse respectively, how they have loved ones who differ with them greatly on politics, and what it means to live in...

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Fen Kennedy and Sabrina Reynolds

One Small Step conversation partners, Dr. Fen Kennedy (32) and Sabrina Reynolds (49), discuss their relationship to the American South, how educational models influence politics, and the ways that they've become happier over the years.

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Lesley Wheeler and Edward Hall

Edward Hall (59) talks with his friend Lesley Wheeler (53) about her new novel, her writing, and the uncanny in life.

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about work and that journey, and our family

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Nancy Mobley and Correll Hammond

One Small Step conversation partners Nancy Mobley (36) and Correll "Corey" Hammond (37) both from Bossier City, Louisiana, both were seeking to carry on a conversation with someone with a contrasting background. They talk about their experiences growing up in...

Interview With Hope Petrine—Her time in the South during the Civil Rights Movement as a white female

Born in 1939, my grandmother Hope Petrine grew up in the South during the time of the Civil Rights Movement. She tells stories of her experiences with people and places during this time.