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- Afro-American 222
- Education 222
- Family 46
- memories of growing up 16
- Community 14
- immigration 13
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- Andover Center for History and Culture 10
- UVA Democracy Initiative 5
- American Geophysical Union 3
- Hear Me Now Providence 3
- Providence 3
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13 year old Alessandra Woo interviews the first black Head of School at Boston Latin School, the oldest school in the country. They talk about navigating our fraught racial climate at a school with 2500 students and how the school...
One Small Step conversation partners Xuanning Fu (69) and Shantay Davies-Balch (42) talk about the importance of social capital in social mobility, interracial relationships, and the role of the DRIVE initiative in increasing equity in Fresno.
Douglas M. Yeager (78) and colleague Lionel V. Baldwin (79) discuss Baldwin's founding, development, and operation of National Technological University (NTU), a graduate engineering school delivering credit and non-credit programs via satellite.
Liduvina Rivera (83) speaks with her son, Jose Aguinaga (45) about her happy childhood, her leadership in local organizations, and her faith.
Jacquelinne Mejia (31) talks with her brother, Edward (26), her father Eduardo (59), and her mother Paula (59) about their family immigration story, how the pandemic has changed their lives, and why education is an important tool for future generations....
One Small Step partners Richard Moore (61) and Ronald Martin (73) share a conversation about atheism, faith, the role of faith in politics, and the separation of church and state.
Elise Acuff, a student at Pellissippi State interviews her "Mamaw," Cynthia Moore about her life in Appalachia and beyond. In their interview, they discuss stigma, the "feel" of Appalachia, its significance throughout Cynthia's life, and why it brings her home.
JoAnne Mowczko (73) is interviewed by her husband William "Bill" Mowczko (76) about her upbringing, her educational and career journey and her future goals.
One Small Step partners Andrew Rupprecht (55) and Jeanne Vecchione (69) discuss education, the COVID-19 vaccine, and political values.
Siblings Cassandria Hansbrough (65), Russell Baxter (72), and Barbara White (63) discuss their upbringing and the abundance in which they lived with their family, never lacking, and unaware of what they didn’t have.
In this interview that took place in Fresh Meadows, New York, me and Winnie Lai, who is my mother, talk about her experiences and how it has shaped her overall. We discussed about how she changed her path from an...
Father and daughter Estanislado Martinez (75) and Victoria Rademacher (47) share a conversation surrounding Estanislado's memories of growing up, his career path, and their family.
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...
Friends Serena Reid (60) and Kimberly Paige (60) discuss their time in the military and what is was like to be women in the service.
Stephen Ackerman (65) talks to colleague, Matthew Dull (38), about S.W. Tucker, a man who organized a sit-in at Alexandria Public Libraries in 1939.
My parents, Neha Memon and Samir Memon (46) discuss how their struggles in moving to a new country shaped their spirituality, work ethic, and their choices as parents. We discuss how adaptability has sculpted their present lives, and how malleable...
Nash Alamgir (16) and Onyx Alamgir (21) and discuss her childhood and adolescence. She touches on subjects of mental health and how it was negatively affected with the American education system. Through classic stories of her teenage years, Onyx discusses...
Seto You, age 92/93 or 97/98, is interviewed by his son, Ed You, age 26, about his early days in the USA. He arrived from China in 1916, worked as a cook in this country well into his 80's. He...
Jake Berman: 2020-10-03 14:35:42
Andover Stories of American Identity: Juan Morales shares his harrowing story about coming to America as a young child. He discusses the importance of family, culture and hard work.
Erik Bitterbaum begins by recalling his life traveling the world. He describes his upbringing, education, and professional career, all the way up through becoming the university president at SUNY Cortland. He talks about how he remembers people so well, and...
One Small Step conversation partners Chaitna Sinha (44) and Shalako Powers (44), talk about their family histories, the paradoxes and hypocrisies of political beliefs and about the pressures and concerns of raising daughters in these times.
One Small Step conversation partners Robert "Rob" Roper (53) and Diane Montgomery-Logan (74) hold different political perspectives, but share a mutual love of painting with oils. The two talk about good vs. evil, school choice, race issues, wealth, poverty and...
[Recorded: Friday, July 29, 2022] Ben (35) and Sara (66) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Ben's family has lived in Charlottesville for generations, and he shares what it was like growing up here and facing the...
One Small Step conversation partners Charles "Charlie" Eby (77) and Lucy [No Name Given] [no age given] connect on a shared love of traveling all over the world to places like Israel, helping people in their communities, and being lifelong...