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Long time friends Denise Jackson Ford (54) and Renoir Finizio (74) recall how they met and became friends through a women's group, and share some of their personal beliefs surrounding politics and current events.
Elizabeth Zhong and Maddie Yaffe discuss life during the COVID-19 pandemic as high school students in Wayland, MA.
Priscilla Cortez (18) and Amy Gudino (18) speak on spirituality and its role in Amy's life, living during a pandemic, Black Lives Matter, and hopes for the future.
"I believe everyone should have their choice." - April Vallejo shares her experience as a young mother who believes every woman should have the right to choose. April attended the local Women's March in Brownsville, Texas with her daughter on...
Sontina Barnes (47) talks with her husband, Reggie Barnes (47), about her upbringing in Asheville, North Carolina, being raised in a military family and later joining the military herself. Together, Sontina and Reggie remember the experience of losing their second...
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Anonymous 4, "The Rio Grande Valley is like a bubble. We are like our own bubble." Anonymous 4 speaks candidly about how many people in the Rio Grande Valley do not believe...
Joanna Yang: 2020-07-26 20:25:16 Joanna (20) interviews Jasmine (24) on her experiences as a first-generation Chinese American in the United States as well as her developing understanding of systemic racism in the country. Generational differences and the role of social...
Mara Panich (41) talks to her friend and mentor, Barbara Theroux (72), about the importance of community businesses, like their bookstore Fact & Fiction. They discuss business responses to national and global crises like COVID-19 and the current Black Lives...
Friends and One Small Step partners Robyn Wertheim (53) and Mary Cooksey (64) talk about their upbringings, their involvement in their communities, and the hope they have for the future.
My grandmother is a, "child of the sixties", and I wanted to tell her story. I love the wholesomeness of the lessons that she was taught and kept with her through her entire life.
Today, I, Lacey Clark, talked with Bonnie Curry in Oxford, Mississippi about what it was like growing up in the south. The interview was held November 18, 2018. We talked about her experience with racism. Bonnie was born in 1947,...