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- personal experiences 108
- Family 66
- memories of former times 54
- school day memories 42
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- WGBH Educational Foundation 22
- Voices of Freedom 14
- 2023 Mobile Tour 13
- American Pilgrimage Project 12
- StoryCorps at Rikers 12
- Hauser & Wirth 10
- El Paso, TX 7
- Albuquerque, NM 6
- UT Austin: McCombs School of Business 4
- City of Decatur, Georgia 3
- Providence 2
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Pamela Jennings (57) shares a conversation with her father, Wyatt Jennings (88), about Wyatt’s upbringing on a tobacco farm in Virginia, his time in the armed services, his experience working as an automotive technician, and about the businesses he owned.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith discuss their families, their education and the Oakland of their youth.
Jennifer Davis (41) talks about her family's experiences during Hurricane Katrina, and Mickey Tate (56) talks about raising 5 children as a single father, and the role athletics has and continues to play in his life.
Sarah Padgett (25) interviews new friend Dr. Henry Lewis III (72) about his childhood, his work on the Board of County Commissioners, and his careers in pharmacology and education.
Kemali Green, CHS staff person, interviews Naquan Homes about his childhood expeiences, his family and his goals for the future.
John A. Johnson (69) speaks with his son Jonathan Johnson (33) and his daughter Keilah Johnson (32) about his life growing up in the South.
One Small Step partners George Dow (66) and Mahdee Abdullah (56) discuss their families, their faith, and their hopes for their children and grandchildren.
George Bradley (57) speaks with his wife Tina Marshall-Bradley (54) about being the president of Paine College in Augusta, Georgia and the future of higher education.
New friends Harold Bell (84) and Kiplyn Primus (61) talk about Harold's early life and how those experiences led him to a career in sports talk radio.
Maraea Quezaire (23) shares a conversation with her grandmother, Gwendolyn Quezaire-Presutti (75), about Gwendolyn’s memories of growing up, her family, her work, her art, her travels, and her friendships.
Floyd Wafer (62) talks with his daughter Rachel Wafer (43) about his childhood being raised in a single parent household. Floyd shares some of his parenting philosophies, and Rachel tells him how she feels to have him in her life.
Nicole Jackson (43) interviews her mother Dorothy Jackson (77) about her childhood in Jamaica, moving to the States, and her career at the United Nations.
Linda Hasty [no age given] talks with her friend Lester E. Phillips (95) about his childhood in South Carolina during the 1930s, being the first Black Eagle Scout in South Carolina, and serving in the military.
Stephen "Steve" Schultz (74) and Harlan Mueller (78) have a conversation about their wives' diagnoses of memory loss, their shared need for social connection and support, and the creation of the Purple Canoe Club.
Marion Shuck (59) speaks with her twin sister, Miriam Moore (59), about their life together as children, their personal connection to organ donation and how they came to work for Gift of Hope.
Michael Johansson (71) interviews his friend LaRico Treadwell (33) about his upbringing, his academic career, and his goals for the future.
Dr. J Keith Motley (65) talks with his mentee, Cristian Gaines (18), about Cristian's goals and the lessons, values, and virtues that he has learned from the Paul Robeson Institute for Positive Self-Development.
Conversation partners George "Ed" Felder (71) and Cole Johnston (26) talk about George's life and service in the Air Force.
Janea Snyder (41) interviews her mother, Donna Holmes (62), on her life, her children, her recent prayers, COVID-19, and how she would like to be remembered.
Robert L. Anderson (79) talks about his banking career and his experience as the first Black executive at the Columbus Bank and Trust with his daughter, Tawana Anderson (50).
Pamela Sulton (60) talks to her father, Edward Hampton (84) about his time in the Navy, his time the Air Force, and his time working on Fort Jackson for thirty years.
Julie Seawright (37), interviews her friend Ykeya Springer (30) about her early childhood and the experience of being a mother to a deaf child with sickle-cell anemia.
Friends, Fiona Vernal (47) and Isalena Gilzene (45), have a conversation about growing up in Jamaica, immigrating to the United States, motherhood, and education.
One Small Step partners Fredrick "Fred" Hoogland (75) and Roy Branklin (58) discuss their military service, racism in the United States, and their involvement with the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia.