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Jennifer Schuster Jaeger and Gary Melom

One Small Step conversation partners Jennifer Schuster Jaeger [no age given] and Gary Melom [no age given] share their thoughts on political systems, approaching change within those systems, roles of leadership, events that shaped their views, and how to co-exist...

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Jenny Stiles and Jean Munson

Colleagues Jenny Stiles (33) and Jean Munson (32) discuss their connection, the work that they do in leadership and transforming language and conversations around disability.

Emily: Speech Impairment

Youth with disabilities(motivation) Emily has a speech impairment, and has had it since she was 7 years old. Find out what motivates her!

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Karolyn Campbell and Lorelei Anderson-Francis

Karolyn Campbell (45) tells her friend Lorelei Anderson-Francis (64) about leaving Grenada at a young age, the impacts of her visual impairment, and her goals.

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Edward Walsh and Glenn Wells

Edward "Ed" Walsh (59) shares a conversation with his colleague Glenn Wells (66) about Glenn's experiences as board member and president of Cape Fear Group Homes Inc., and what drives his advocacy work.

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Anthony Tusler and Fran Osborne

Fran Osborne (55) interviews Anthony Tusler (68) about art. Anthony talks about disability art, photography and different artists he admires.

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Grishma Shah, Reveca Torres, and Matt Lauterbach

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.

The shaping of Susan Fisher’s life and her empathetic past.

Conducted in Santa Cruz, California, student Kayla Penny (age 15) interviews Susan Fisher (age 45) about a childhood story and the effect it had on Susan’s future. Fisher shares her story of dealing with individuals troubled with mental health such...

How An Asset Helped Me Overcome A Challenge

In my interview, I talked about how I used my caring and patient personality to help a kid who was hard of hearing and had learning disabilities.

Bradley Hicks and Sarah Hicks

Bradley Hicks (17) talks with his sister, Sarah Hicks (19) about growing up and living with Albinism.

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Kelly Rouba and Karen Palazzini

Kelly Rouba (30) talks to her friend Karen Palazzini (30) about learning to become an advocate for other people with juvenile diabetes, and what it’s like to live a normal life with a disability.

Nilabhro Ghosal and Allison Matthews: Reflecting on the Effects of Disabilities, Growing Up and COVID-19

Nilabhro Ghosal(19) talks with close friend Allie Matthews(18) on the ups and downs of having disabilities, how Covid-19 has altered our life, and reminisce on the past and how we became friends.

Speak power to Truth project with Colleen Bowen

In multiple schools, Colleen Bowen has helped many children with both mental and physical disabilities. In this interview she explains how she got involved, the patience it takes, and the lessons she’s learned though her former job.

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Jeiri Flores and Luticha Doucette

"Twins" and friends Jeiri Flores (31) and Luticha Doucette (38) share a conversation about disability rights, activism, and representation in the United States, and reflect on their own experiences as people with disabilities.

Sophie Dalfonzo and her grandmother Pearl Siegel talk about Pearl’s life as an immigrant living in America.

In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2017 in Middletown, New Jersey, Sophie Dalfonzo (14) interviews her grandmother Pearl Siegel (70) about her life story. Ms. Siegel talks about how her family traveled from Poland to Germany to America and...