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One Small Step conversation partners Lynisha Senegal (45) and Bernadine Tuisavalalo Tavita (28) talk about their experiences as women of color - growing up poor, engaging with their communities, and taking on the mantle of leadership.
Beth Moeller from Griswold Home Care sat down with Pam Shepperd-Katra, director of social work for Filosa/Hancock Hall and Director of Nursing, Kathy Berry, in Danbury, one of communities outside of New York that was hardest hit at the outset...
Interview with Abby Dodge
Colleagues Regina Cooper (68) and Katie Towns (43) discuss their pandemic experiences and shared appreciation for the partnership between The Library Center and the Health Department during COVID.
Friends Frederich Johnson II (57) and Clyde Neville III (49) share a conversation about their involvement in the Paul Robeson Institute for Positive Self-Development and the amount of care and passion that goes into the community work being done through...
One Small Step partners Megan Feeney (40) and Patricia "Patty" Owens (68) discuss the role religion plays in their lives, the influential people they have known, and issues that concern them.
One Small Step conversation partners Audrey Smith (65) and Annie Zannetti (56) talk about how their views are received in their respective communities, and how to confront people who express hurtful views. Audrey discusses her work advocating for POC and...
Longtime friends Allison Tant [no age given] and Courtney Atkins [no age given] sit down for a conversation about their advocacy work, their parents, their children, and the strong women who inspired them to become the community leaders they are...
Christina Vela (48) is interviewed by her daughter Breanna Mena (29) about her journey from teenage mom to CEO of a child protective services organization and well known community leader.