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Corinna Currier (51) talks to her friend, coworker, and former Girl Scout member, Olivia Garcia (19), about what it was like growing up in East Germany, her memories from the day the Berlin Wall came down, and how she came...
Subha Wijesiriwardena (31) speaks with her friend Lua de Mota Stabile (27) about their respective relationships with their LGBTQIA+ identity and their current work within the field of human rights.
Rodolfo "Rudy" Juarez-Pinedo (24) talks with his mother, Alexandra Juarez (59), and his father, Fernando Garcia Pinedo (61), about what life is like as someone who grew up Latino but is still finding his Mexican-American identity. They also talk about...
Lawrence "Larry" Flores (70) and his cousin Emily Guerra (71) sit down to talk about their many family members who served in the military and the legacy of Hispanic and Latino service members in the United States.
Toni Gonzales (89) talks with her son, Robert Gonzales, Jr. (58), about her memories of growing up, her loving and strong relationship with her husband who passed away a year ago, and what she remembers about what Robert was like...
Lorenzo "Larry" Lopez (no age given) and Carmen Benavides (82) talk about growing up together in Michigan and their Mexican and Mexican-American heritage.
Jesse Herrera (35) tells his friend and business partner, Amanda Arizola (39), about his early involvement in gang life, his decision to start a human-centered design studio, Urban Theory, and the work that Urban Theory is doing to address college...
Teresa Belous (74) talks to her son-in-law, Dave Nash (54), about her life in Mexico, moving to the United States to marry her husband, and living with a Russian family upon arrival.
Friends Maria Mencos (28) and Ariadna Perez Mendez (21) talk about their respective experiences emigrating from Guatemala and Cuba respectively as younger people and their first experiences of education in the United States. The friends also talk about their education...
Joel D. Lusk and colleagues Cynthia Abeyta and Maceo Martinet talk about their work as biologists and the influences in their own lives that led them to the work they are engaged in. Cynthia and Maceo talk about being Latinos...
Juan Pablo Gutierrez and Linda G. Watson are friends and fellow artists. They talk about their experiences as artists in the 1980s, as well as their vivid experience in the 1986 San Francisco earthquake. Ultimately, they share how they are...
Cameron Hart (19) and her One Small Step partner, Mattias Mercado (19), discuss their thoughts on gun violence, police brutality, the Trump administration and more.
Mark Crain (33) interviews his wife, Hazel Gomez (36), about her upbringing in Chicago, her view on motherhood, and her work as a faith leader.
Long-lost brothers, John "Douglas" Davila (57) and Peter Couture (62), sit down with Peter's wife, Wilma Norton (59), to share the story of how they found one another and connected as brothers after growing up as only children with different...
Friends Tomasita Trammell (73) and Nancy Masner (66) interview each other about their family, experiences, and visits to the Pythian Castle.
One Small Step conversation partners Matthew Kitchen (27) and Reyna Estrada (24) discuss the intersection of religious and queer identity and shared experiences of partnership and marriage.
Dr. Luis Vasconez (84) tells his granddaughter Elisa Herrera (18) about his life.
Evangeline Garcia (92) tells her grandson Sean Whitney (32) about her life, and what it was like growing up in Arizona and Mexico. In particular, she remembers her late mother, Angela, and late husband, Harry.
Friends Miguel Solis (33) and Corbett Smith (43) talk about how they met their wives, how Corbett became a journalist, and Miguel's child's heart transplant.
Poki Piottin (54) talks with his friend Tania Chávez (42) about participating in the Santa Fe Time Bank as an alternative form of currency.
Connie Hernandez (87) and Adelina Ortiz de Hill (85) talk with their friend Jaima Chevalier (51) about their personal and family histories in Santa Fe, the roles of women in the city and how Santa Fe has changed.
Ceci Saenz (28) interview her partner Taryn Jordan (30) about their relationship. They talk about when they first met, how their relationship changed their lives, the difficulty of Taryn's coming out to her parents, how their different races impacted the...
Felix Padilla (73) talks with his daughter Erika Padilla-Morales (43) about their Puerto Rican family, love of music, and outlook on life. Felix shares about growing up Boriqua in New York City and describes his parents and eight siblings. Felix...
Ed Hall (55) interviews his friend Hester "Lee" Furey (53) about her life as a poet and writer.