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Kiplyn Primus (61) talks with fellow entrepreneur and Atlanta Business League member Gretchen Fuller (53) about Gretchen's education, her corporate experience, and her path to operating her own successful business, Warner Fuller Consulting.
Nikkilon McCreary [no age given] talks with her mom, Katie McCreary Lee (67), about her childhood in Alabama and how she has used purpose, planning and persistence to succeed in life.
One Small Step partners Robin Mathews-Johnson (67) and Elmo Winters (72) discuss their upbringings, their political views, and their work as ministers.
Pamela Sulton (60) asks her best friend Lester E. Phillips III (95) about his 30 years in the military including his early days in service, his deployment, and being the first Black solider in his unit and Black recruiter in...
Kia Spearman (27) talks to her father, James Spearman (66), about his experiences growing up as a black male in Georgia, and about her feelings and hopes for her own life and the future of the United States.
Malia Sioux Machado (41) and her husband, Richard "Ricky" Brown (75), remember her father, Tony Machado. They discuss his murals, his art style, and the legacy he leaves behind.
Friends Greg Kelly (48) and William Jones III (38) share a conversation about The Prolyfyck Run Crew, and the influence and significance of the group in their lives.
Saberah Azizuddin (68) interviews her husband, Farooq Azizuddin (69), about his life. Farooq talks about his family, his time in the Black Panther party, his conversion to Islam, and more.
Hazel Gomez (36) interviews her husband, Mark Crain (33), about his racial identity, his work with Dream of Detroit, and his hopes for his children.
One Small Step conversation partners Jason Williams (45) and Glen Wong (71) discuss the impact of their upbringing and parents, race, fatherhood, international travel, chronic illness, careers, and interests.
Friends Selina X [no age given] and Teronia C (60) talks about how they each ended up in prison, what their sentencing was like, and what the re-entry journey looked like for each of them.
One Small Step partners Bertel King (31) and Alexandra "Alex" Slusher (63) share about their experiences with identity, Bertel expanding on his identity as a black man, and Alexandra talking about being the daughter of an Indian mother. Bertel and...
Marion Humphrey, Jr. (32) shares a conversation with his father, Marion Humphrey, Sr. (71). They discuss their upbringings, school experiences, race, and their journeys in the field of law.
Charita Harmon (66) interviews her uncle Albert L. Boyd (78) about his time in the US Army as a paratrooper and what it was like being a Black man in the military in the 1960s.
Dominique St. Vil (37) tells his interviewer Zazil Davis-Vazquez (27) about his work in transgender rights advocacy in Haiti.
Kemali Green, CHS staff person, interviews Lamique Haynie (21) about growing up in Bed Stuy, his community and family, and his experiences with the criminal justice system. Lamique also shares talks about his plans for the future and being a...
Sister Gladia Bell (89), Lue Hicks (78), and Willie B. Kennedy (88) talk about their childhood memories, their wonderful parents and their life growing up in the South
Maisha Rounds (42) shares her Gullah culture, stories of her relationship with her veteran husband, and her career in education with her conversation partner Zazil-xa Davis-Vazquez (26).
Dr. Earle Fisher (41) interviewed by his colleague Faith Morris (64) about growing up in Benton Harbor, MI and moving to Memphis, TN on a basketball scholarship, his academic achievements and work as a pastor, civil rights issues he's passionate...
Kevin Mitchell (41) and his mother Brenda Mitchell (64) talk about Kevin's brother and Brenda's oldest son, Kenneth, who was killed in 2005, and how his death has impacted each of them personally and as a family.
Linda Kimbley (60) interviews her biological mother, Nancy Mukes (85), and her adoptive mother, Bennieta S. Stansberry (72), about their friendship, what it was like for them to move to Texas from their hometowns later in life, and their feelings...
Olympic track and field teammates Dick Fosbury (72) and Reynaldo Brown (68) share memories about their experiences working towards and competing in the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City.
Long-time friends Cherie Crosby (48) and Cynthia Samuel [no age given]d come together to honor Cherie’s father’s memory, reflect on his experience with Parkinson’s, and express their gratitude for each other.
Friends Juwayne Brooks (61) and Tish Leon (32) talk about their shared experience of being mothers to sons with autism and generate ideas for change within schools and society for people on the spectrum.