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Lisa Dailey (53) shares a conversation with her mother, Joyce Hemingway (80), about Joyce’s childhood, her career as a nurse, and the lessons she has learned in life.
Friends and colleagues Seph Rodney (50) and Monique Davis (56) discuss their work, their career paths, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives.
Siblings Mercedes Pickett (29) and Charles Pickett (25) interview their mentor and colleague Frenda Rodgers (42) about her journey as a community educator and mentor for Chicago's youth. Frenda also shares her experience at Chicago Public Schools, and her inspirations...
Brother and sister Keith White (35) and Rosa White (30) talk about their family’s history as Black farmers and how the two of them have returned to the agriculture space. They also discuss how they use agriculture as a means...
Dionne Jacques (53) shares a conversation with her friend and colleague, Hy-Deia Walker (27), about how they first became friends, their experiences of the coronavirus pandemic, and what led them to found a cooperative organization together.
Spouses Dayo Ayodele [no age given] and Donna Kovaleski [no age given] discuss their upbringings, the importance of celebrating cultural diversity, and the evolution of Global Lounge.
Spouses Gregory Johnson (73) and Marcia Johnson (73) discuss the history of busing and desegregation in Seattle. Gregory shares his experience in the voluntary busing program.
Shirley Washington Murphy (67) talks with her husband Sidney Murphy (70) about their recent 30th wedding anniversary, their marriage, and trips they have taken over the past ten years.
Sura Dupart (80) is interviewed by friend Adam Zanolini (41) about his early days in African drumming in Chicago, learning to make his own drums, meeting legendary musicians like Tony Williams, his spiritual connection with musicians, his music project the...
Abena Foreman-Trice [no age given] shares a conversation with her co-board member Adam Greenbaum (49) from The Arcadia Project. They talk about their experiences in Staunton, VA, the role of art and theater in their lives, their work in renovating...
Tojanai Peterson-Colon (18) talks to her new acquaintance Nancy Zook (55) about graduating from high school and her plans for the future.
Friends Gloria Marrow (79) and Monique Cephas (52) share a conversation about the past, present, and future of the Baltimore County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Kristi C. White (51) has a conversation with her mother, Pearl White (84), about her career as an educator, parenthood, and faith.
Frank Crum (49) shares a conversation with his colleague Roosevelt Jones (85) about Roosevelt’s childhood, his time in college, his military service, his career, his family, and his perspective on life.
Rory Sharrock (45) interviews his wife, Lequita Sharrock (46), about her childhood, faith, family, and career.
Tamar Brown (31) interviews her mother Pauline Thompson (66) about Pauline's life, including her experiences as an illegal immigrant in Canada, her life when she returned to Jamaica, and how she started her own sewing business that she and Tamar...
Rebecca Romo (37) talks with her husband James McKeever (55) about what brings them together. They share recollections of growing up in low income areas and how they kept strong, pushed forward, and both ended up pursuing careers as professors...
Friends Diana "Dee Dee" Romo (46) and Bryan Massengale (47) talk about the way community looks during these times of the COVID pandemic, the Destiny Arts Center Black (W)hole and Elders project, and their connection to spirit, ancestors, and healing.
Friends Gwen Brown (66) and Flora B. Carter (68) have a conversation about their church, Greater New Light Missionary Baptist Church, as it is celebrating its 50 anniversary. They talk about fond memories of their times together and their friendship.
Cousins Lillian Porch (61) and Leon Harris Jr. (74) share a conversation about the legacy of their uncle, Lawrence Leo “Snub” Mosley, a famous jazz musician.
Freida Curry (71) talks to her daughter Jordan Curry (32) about her childhood, her family, her career, travel, motherhood, and what she is most proud of.
Kiplyn Primus (61) interviews her colleague Tara Brown (47) about Tara's life, her business, and her association with the Atlanta Business League.
Patricia Williams (56) and her daughter, Jasmine Barnes (23), talk about the three generations of resilience in their family, starting with Patricia's mother and Jasmine's grandmother, Bessie, and the strengths each generation gained from the one before.
One Small Step conversation partners Rasheeda Larkin (35) and Neil McCormick (67) talk about their families, the Black Lives Matter movement and abortion.