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- Innisfree Village 12
- Voices of Freedom 2
- Hauser & Wirth 1
- Providence 1
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 1
- UVA Karsh Institute of Democracy 27
- UVA Democracy Initiative 14
- School 13
- StoryCorps 6
- Air Force 3
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I, Kenadi Ruehle interviewed my Nana, Linda Shannon, she is loving, caring, and I cherish her deeply!
In this interview, Ariel Jin interviews her dad about how his experiences as a child/teen changed his adulthood for better or for worse. She talks about the major transitions and moments in life that affected her dads future.
An interview between me and my friend's dad, Skip.
My mom (age 44) and I (age 15) talking about my mom’s childhood, how she met my dad, and what impacts were made in her life. My mom talks about the relationships she has with her siblings and my dad....
One Small Step partners Martha Steger (79) and Margaret "Meg" Harley (52) have a conversation about leaving the farm, Trump traffic, and the troubles with talking politics in church.
E. Larry Keating (81) talks with his granddaughter, Audrey Gilmore (17), about his work and life entwined with the places he's lived. They discuss the values impressed by locales ranging from Ireland to Lake Allatoona, Georgia, and the ways in...
One Small Step partners Leila Christenbury (73) and Robert "Tony" Craven (67) have a conversation about the importance of learning how to learn, their journeys with the church, and teachers unions.
One Small Step participants Katharine Herndon (55) and Susan Snead (70) have a conversation about coming back to Richmond for its history, teaching kids and engineers to read, and greed and politics getting in the way of necessary medical care.
One Small Step partners Anna Isler (23) and Susan "Sue" Kurzman (68) discuss living in Richmond, volunteering at animal shelters, and how they define patriotism.