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Kyle Mona-Hunter interviews his mother, Dr. Linda Mona, about her personal and career journey as a disabled woman.
Gala Korniyenko, a PhD student at The Ohio State University gives advice to Maggie Wilcox, a first year Master's Student at The University of Kansas, on community building and engagement, urban planning, international development, and life in general.
I talked with my dad about our unique experiences of growing up as a visible minority, and our respective relationships with faith.
A group project was done with Hannah, Joshua, and Yasmine to interview Professor Briggs about morals, Justice, and Diversity
This interview we mostly talked about where she grew up in and how that affected who she is today. Connecting to how her family raised her with all the traditions that they had.
One Small Step conversation partners Tashara Hoff (43) and Sara Mitchel (53) share their views on diversity, political discourse, and discuss their careers.
Tyler Colón (21) interviews his neighbor Juanita Dean (92) about her life in and memories of Harlem. She also talks about her family and her career path.
Frank Schwing oversees the science information division at NOAA and is particularly proud of his transition from doing science to becoming a manager of science. He says, “Working for a federal agency, one of the demands is to make [the...
In this interview in November 22, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Maya Fragoso (17) interviews her aunt Rosa Fragoso Ramirez (56) about her childhood, her moving to Chicago, Illinois from Durango, Mexico in 1961. How it was difficult to except her...
I am Gleb Osver and today on January 17th 2020 I am interviewing my mom Natalia Osver. Natalia Osver was born on January 20th, 1978 in a small town in Russia. Her life wasn’t impossibly hard but it wasn’t easy....
One Small Step conversation partners Joyce Hann (65) and Emmy [No Name Given] (39) talk about growing up in small towns, business regulation, and the merits and challenges within intentionally connecting with people with whom you disagree.
One Small Step conversation partners Lisa Robert (50) and Laura Bennett (39) consider how their upbringings shaped their political views, and reflect on some of the challenges they’ve faced.
One Small Step conversation partners Kathleen Gaffney (62) and Valerie Wood-Lewis (56) met virtually to discuss their views on feminism, abortion, animal rights, freedom of speech and Donald Trump.
I interview my Uncle Dan on the race riots and racial tensions of the latter 60s and how much that has changed in Detroit today.
Robert Martin , age 62 wyat martin , age 17 grandparents house my grandpa's life
Content: Amy Lindahl (34) talks with her friend and fellow science teacher Sarah Hall (31) about how to remain excited about teaching and help students to empathize with one another. Amy tells Sarah how she felt when the school she...
Sahara Sriraman is a freshman at the VCU Honors College who hopes to pursue a career in journalism. Natasha Sriraman is a pediatrician, author, mother, and international speaker. She discusses the level of diversity in film she experienced as a...
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.
Michelle Farr (no age given) speaks with her colleague Wes Studer (no age given) about her path to working in food and nutrition at OHSU and the connections she's made in the process.
Jacob Smith (18) interviews Sharon Smith on her experience with cultural diversity in teaching music education.
One Small Step conversation partners Chay Runnels (46) and Jerry Edmonson (61) discuss faith, politics and diversity.
A 12 year old who organized a Black Lives Matter protest speaks with her mom who immigrated alone to the United States about how each of them have experienced race and how this has shaped their lives.
Jasmonae talks about growing up in Plano as a child and the positive impact of living in a diverse community had on her after her mother moved her family from Dallas with her voucher.