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One Small Step partners Annette Bergins (86) and Jim Chojnacki [no age given] discuss how formative experiences with their families and the neighborhoods they grew up in influence their political views.
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.
Kay Guske Thomas and her daughter in law Maggie Thomas come in to discuss Kay’s role as caretaker to her late uncle Frank Burgess.
Anna Dapelo-Garcia (55) speaks with her daughter, Erica Dapelo-Garcia(28), about the struggles they faced growing up, their first loves and biggest influences. Anna shared her love and hopes for Erica and future grandchildren.
In this story, we get to learn about Stephen, a personal friend of mine who wanted to share his story about the time he stole 3 rare pokemon cards and the impact it had on him in the short in...
Paige and her best friend Helen got into a bit of criminal situation her freshman year of college!
Liliana Dietz discusses criminality in adolescence with Mary, who has experience with adolescents in the county probation department and in children's services.
One Small Step conversation partners Leslie Hoyt (66) and Emily Hatch (34) discuss their differing political beliefs, feelings around motherhood, and find common ground around experiences of loss and grief.
I talked with my Grandpa George Molinaro about how the world was back when he was young.
One Small Step conversation partners Philip Gibbs (62) and Offie Wortham (83) met virtually to talk about the civil rights movement; their opinions of former President Donald Trump; BLM; and issues of immigration, crime and fear.
In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2017 in Deerfield, Illinois, Zach Fine (16) interviews his mother Karen Fine (48) about her childhood in Brooklyn. Karen shares experiences from her time in Brooklyn as well as her life in college....
During this interview, we will discuss racism in America and how it makes black people feel. We will also discuss in this interview some personal experiences from racism/ racial issues in America.
We talked about how it was to grow up “back then” and how it effected them in that time. It was obvious that it was a whole different time period back in the mid 1900’s. We learned about school and...
One Small Step partners Edna Centola (70) and Cynthia Hardi [no age given] talk about their careers, politics, and the changes in their respective cities.
Cousins Billy Taing (44) and Jill Hanhong (36) discuss Billy's upbringing, the changes that led him to gang life and the crime that changed his life.
One Small Step partners Thomas "Alan" Fisher (66) and Christie Keegan (73) discuss their views on gun ownership and their shared concerns over the tenor of our current political climate.
Fred and Craig talk about their five-year project to write Fred’s life story, a story with roots in the South during the Great Depression, and stops in the Army, the prize-fighting world, Harlem, Sing-Sing Prison, and Washington DC.
Kathryn Neaverth interviews her father John Loder about her childhood, their friendship and challenges and their hope for each other and their familiy’s future.