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Pamela (36) interviews her friend, Jane (51), an oncology social worker who worked with her former partner, Suzie, when she had leukemia.
Patrick Teed (67) was interviewed by his wife, Linda Teed (63) about his life.
Kimberly (59) talks to Susan (53) about the decision to donate Kimberly's husband's liver to Susan. They talk about their friendship and how they bond over the loss of their husbands.
One Small Step partners Libbie Crane (52) and Glenda Curtis (53) discuss their lives growing up, police reform, and navigating the more negative aspects of social media.
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
Donald Holland (70) and daughter Natalie Holland (36) remember how & when Natalie started playing golf, their shared love for the sport, and how Natalie feels about Donald's recent pancreatic cancer diagnoses.
One Small Step conversation partners Cyane Lowden (77) and Roy Reynolds (76) share stories, experiences, and perspectives from their respective and abundantly lived lives.
Sisters, Linda Watley Norris (73) and Pearl Watley Mitchell (78), describe what it was like growing up in Columbus, GA, reminisce about the fun times they had as children, and remember family members who have passed away.
Rachel Schonbaum (20) speaks with her friend Jacob Shkrob (20) about their relationship, school, their lives during the pandemic, and what they hope for the future.
Emily Swinth (18) talked with her sister Kira Swinth (17) about memories of their mother who died almost five years ago, and how their grief has changed over the years.
Dorothy Garza (63) interviews her friend Sidney Davis (75) about how he beat cancer, what it was like being incarcerated for over 30 years, and the ways in which God influences his daily life.
Colleagues Pam Simon [no age given] and Alison Clayton [no age given] talk about their work with the Stanford Adolescent Young Adult Cancer Program.
Pamela Gore Meade (59) shares a conversation with her mother, Louise Lashley (85), about Louise’s childhood, her parents, art, music, and raising her children.
One Small Step conversation partners Lori Kelly (58) and Sara Kennedy (47) discuss their experiences as parents and with religion and politics.
One Small Step partners Dany Schutte (56) and Rebecca "Becca" Perry-Hill (39) talk about their liberal political beliefs and their grief over the recent losses they both faced.
One Small Step conversation partners Justin Berman (51) and Jessica Oski (57) talk about the people who have influenced and inspired them; who and what informs their political value system; and how to come alongside and support people in the...
One Small Step Partners Fanny Ochoa (27) and Ron Macklin (58) discuss politics.
One Small Step participants Jessica Rhodus (46) and Jose Saez Jr. (26) talk about the importance of parenthood, faith, and their differing perspectives on public education.
One Small Step conversation partners Amber Vernon (42) and CD Vauters [no age given] discuss life in Richmond and their views on different topics, including mental health and politics.
Amber Norkett (46) interviews her father, Edward Norkett (75), about his childhood, music, parenting, and jobs.
Friends Cecilia Airaldi (56) and Luisa "Ellie" Scioli (73) reflect on their friendship and time living in the YWCA Brooklyn. They discuss their stories that brought them there, their families, gender roles, and being survivors.
Nell Potter Wright (98) shares memories with her daughter, Barbara Still (71), of growing up in Virginia, going to nursing school, and being in Nurse Corps during World War II. She remembers her late husband, Alfonso Franklin Wright Jr., and...
Los colegas Guadalupe Arreola (39) y Ericka Jaramillo (31) hablan sobre su experiencia como médicos, los desafíos del covid-19, y la importancia de hablar y planificar para el final de la vida. [Colleagues Guadalupe Arreola (39) and Ericka Jaramillo (31)...
One Small Step conversation partners, Mary Hill [no age given] and Wealthia Jackson [no age given], discuss their backgrounds and experiences and how those shaped their beliefs.
熊杰和她的父親熊志軍講述了他們在美國治療澱粉樣變性的獨特旅程，當時志軍來探親，但在 COVID19 大流行期間無法返回中國接受治療。 志軍免費從斯坦福醫療保健中心接受了無與倫比的癌症治療，並以他們無法想像的方式影響了他們的生活。 Jie Xiong and her father Zhijun Xiong talk about their unique journey in United States dealing Amylolysis when Zhijun came for a family visit but unable to return back to China for treatment during the COVID-19...