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- Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence 1
- Habitat for Humanity 1
- HHS Office on Trafficking in Persons 1
- Inclusive Communities Project 1
- Joppa Freedman's Town Association 1
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One Small Step partners Janet Hayes (64) and Karen Jordan (69) talk about the formation of their political opinions.
Debbie King (42) shares a conversation with her friend, El Campbell (31), about gender fluidity, coming out, community, capitalism, and living with a chronic illness.
Friends and colleagues Alan Balsam (69) and Sheila Decter (82) discuss the history of Community Servings, and reflect upon what the organization has been able to achieve.
One Small Step partners, Sundra Flansburg (63) and Robin Bumbera (60), share about their experience as mothers, what they find important, and how visiting Central American and Caribbean countries have shaped their views about politics and poverty.
Roniece Gilkey (49) speaks with the teacher of three of her sons, Janessa Jordan (32), about changes in education during the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the extra burdens that students, teachers, and parents have all had to take on.
Colegas y amigas Lisa Cuestas (39) y Nadia Morehouse (43) hablan sobre el impacto que ha tenido The New Children's Museum en San Diego en sus vidas y en las de sus hijos. También hablan específicamente acerca del trabajo que...
Ms. Cox, President of the Tenth Street Residential Association, shares her memories and an urgent message to preserve the neighborhood. The Tenth Street Historic District is one of the few Freedman's towns left in the City of Dallas.
Charliemae Towbridge (80) is interviewed by her daughter Cheryl Price (59) about her life living in Chicago, her career in community organizing, and her faith.
Friends and colleagues, Rita Blank (71) and Barbara Goldstein (63), reflect on how being children of Holocaust survivors has affected their lives and perspectives and discuss their work at the Holocaust Education Resource Council.
One Small Step conversation partners Reza Nekumanesh (46) and Linda Gleason (63) talk about their work in the Fresno community, interfaith work, and their hopes for Fresno's future.
Reveca Torres (34) talks with her co-directors, Matt Lauterbach (36) and Grishma Shah (33) about founding a film festival for people with disabilities. They talk about their inspirations and Matt finds out that Grishma has a prosthetic limb.
Homeowner talks about her efforts with her neighbors to speak out against the demolitions in her historic neighborhood.
Air Gallegos (33) and colleague from The Canal Alliance, Omar Carrera (47) center their conversation around the impact of Covid-19 on their Latinx community in The Canal in Marin County, CA. The colleagues speak to the systematic inequities that are...
Joppa homeowner talks about the struggle to improve neighborhood conditions and fight hazardous industry.
John Sullivan (67) talks to his foundation's successors Javen Swanson (37) and Oby Ballinger (38) about their shared experiences doing philanthropic work.
Betsy Hodges (51) speaks with friend and colleague Maureen Sigauke (36) about their work fighting for marginalized communities and against racism.
Eric Sawyer (67) speaks with his friend Lee Smith (34) about his relationship to Fire Island particularly during the AIDS epidemic. Eric shares about his activism with ACT UP and Housing Works to raise awareness and care for those who...
Michael Espinoza (40) and his coworker Carmen Zamora (41) talk about the work they do at Go Public Schools, Fresno. They also talk about their work dynamic, and their visions for the organization and the Fresno school system.
In this July 2021 conversation, Katherine Chon in Washington, DC interviews her colleague Cynthia Cabot in Guam, "where America's day begins." Cynthia recollects early family influences of accompanying her parents in their education, public safety, and other community service and...
Friends Fei "Rachel" Perry (22) and Nickel Rivera (22) talk about their friendship, their work organizing in their communities, participating in mutual aid during the pandemic, and their aspirations for the future.
Judith Barba Perez (31) y su esposo, Lehabim Escoto Flores (34), comparten una conversación sobre sus experiencias al inmigrar a los Estados Unidos desde México y el trabajo que ahora hacen para apoyar a otros inmigrantes. [Judith Barba Perez (31)...
Erika Swinney (39) and her father and boss Dan Swinney (71) discuss Dan's history as a community organizer and labor force activist, and how that led to his current work in manufacturing education. He started a manufacturing training school that...
One Small Step conversation partners Scott Benolken (54) and Steve Fernlund (68) talk about freedom of speech, healthcare, and the importance of contributing to your community.
Kristin Szakos (62), a former Charlottesville City Council member, has a chat with One Small Step partner Joseph "Joe" Thomas (58), a conservator talk show radio host, on their overlapping and varying experience that have shaped their beliefs politically.