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Terry Solis and Steven Jacob Lopez Rodriguez

Terry Solis (54) and her son Steven Jacob (21) talk about upward mobility for their family, the struggles their family faced when they had to move to Mexico, and how Terry sets an example for her sons as the Vice...

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Virginia Carlsen and Erika Carlsen

Virginia Carlsen, 51, interviewed by her daughter Erika Carlsen, 24. Viriginia talks about growing up in a working class Mexican family in Chicago and the struggles they faced there, the experience moving to all-white Utah with her family at 18,...

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Maritza Cha and Blanca Herdgwithini

Maritza Cha (37) y su mama Blanca Herdgwithini (65) hablan de la conexión bien fuerte que han hecho como madre y hija, a pesar de años muy duros que han pasado mientras tanto Blanca tuvo tres trabajos para hacer que...

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Floyd Wafer and Rachel Wafer

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.

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Rudy Barron and Melissa Stanfield

Melissa Stanfield (39) interviews her dad, Rudy Barron (64), about his upbringing in Texas, his many jobs and some of the racism he faced in those jobs, and a memory he has of seeing a UFO when he was 12...

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Christie Spilsted and Jamie Hodgkins

One Small Step partners Christie Spilsted (52) and Jamie Hodgkins (39) talk about the efforts to rename the Stapleton neighborhood. Jamie Hodgkins was part of the organizing efforts to change the name, and Christie Spilsted was part of the governmental...

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Mario Núñez, Carmen Núñez, and Philip Núñez

Mario Núñez (63) shares a conversation with his mother, Carmen Núñez (91), and father, Philip Núñez (93), about their memories of New York City, how they first met, their marriage, their family, music, baseball, Tampa, Florida.

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Vivian Azalia and Timothy Rush

Vivian (19) and Timothy (22) talk about their involvement with after school programs at MOCA-- first as students and later as educators.

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Brenna Saldana and Amanda Herrera

Amanda Nichole Herrera (33) and Brenna Saldaña (22) talk about their miliatary service in the Army National Guard, hiding their sexual orientation while serving, Don't Ask Don't Tell and it's repeal.

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Jose Perez and Nolan Kline

Nolan Kline (27) interviews fellow colleague at the Georgia Latino Association of Human Rights, Jose Perez (61) about his immigration from Cuba and his radicalization as a Communist and activist.

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Olga Rust and Michael Rust

Michael Rust (55) interviews his mother, Olga Rust (89), about her childhood growing up in Cuba, her most notable moments as an immigrant to the U.S. during the late 1940's, and her thoughts on Fidel Castro's former regime.

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Ramon Ramos and Melinda Wiggins

Student Action with Farmworkers (SAF) executive director Melinda Wiggins (42) talks with her colleague Ramon Zepeda Ramos (26) about their childhoods growing up on farms in Mississippi and Jalisco, Mexico, and why they each work for social justice issues today.

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Jason Smith, Elizabeth Smith, and Gabrielle Shelton

Jason Smith (43) and his wife, Elizabeth Smith (40), tell the story of how they met and came to travel the world together, with their daughter, Gabrielle Shelton (13).

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Michelle Rios and Gus Alva

Los conocidos Michelle Rios (43) y Dr. Gus Alva (no se proporcionó su edad) hablan de la experiencia de Michelle apoyando a su mamá durante su batalla contra el Parkinson y la importancia de brindar información, recursos y apoyo a...

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Lupe Salazar, Natalie Rivera, and Beverly Nelson

Friends and community advocates Beverly Nelson (54) and Natalie Rivera (51) speak with Lupe Salazar (51), founder of Barrios Unidos, about their shared connection as mothers of children who are drug users.

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Raul Deju and Darwensi Clark

Raul A. Deju (73) speaks to his new acquaintance Darwensi Clark (40) about his life as a Cuban refugee who became a physicist and successful entrepreneur in the United States.

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Socorro Maldonado and Teresa Garcia-Leys

Teresa Garcia- Leys (39) interviews her grandmother, Socorro Maldonado (92) about her childhood in East L.A., meeting her husband, their marriage, and raising her family.

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Preciliana Sandoval and Erin Dickey

Preciliana Sandoval (53) talks to SC Facilitator, Erin Dickey (25), about how she became an artist, how her knowledge of history drew her to open a walking tour business of Mesilla, and about how she is an “unusual” grandma to...

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Kate Strum and Leah Palmer

Collaborators, Kate Strum (36) and Leah Palmer (26), talk about their project, The Conversation Workshops, which they are starting in Oklahoma City, OK. Kate and Leah reflect on their work and discuss their hopes for the project's future.

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Frank “Pancho” Mendoza and Maria Mendoza-Fowler

Frank “Pancho” Mendoza (71) and his sister, Maria Mendoza-Fowler (58) talk about his childhood in San Antonio, growing up in a Migrant Family, and the path he took to eventually earn two college degrees.

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Duvi Matsumura and Julie Beel

One Small Step conversation partners Duvi Matsumura (50) and Julie Beel (55) talk about being mothers and how they engage with politics.

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Helen Torres and Carrie Lopez

Helen Torres (44) and Carrie Lopez (46) talk about HOPE (Hispanas Organized for Political Equality) and the HOPE Leadership Institute.

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Jeiri Flores and Luticha Doucette

"Twins" and friends Jeiri Flores (31) and Luticha Doucette (38) share a conversation about disability rights, activism, and representation in the United States, and reflect on their own experiences as people with disabilities.

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Jorge Quiroga and Martha Ramos

Jorge Quiroga (65) and his friend, Martha Ramos (65) talk about coming to the United States as political refugees in 1979 from Argentina and the torture they endured.