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- Global Dialogues 3
- Nurse-Family Partnership 2
- Ohio Means Jobs 2
- RISE project 2
- Administration for Children and Families 1
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Deborah Femat (67) tells her son Aden Femat (26) about her father's experiences as a WWII veteran and how his PTSD and alcoholism shaped her and her family’s life. Deborah also shares stories about her grandmothers and her complex relationship...
Cindy K. is a woman of great strength and resilience, a woman whose heart and experience are a great asset to people around her. She shares her life story.
This is an interview of the aunt of Simone Mckay. Simone was a mother of 2 young children and a Senior at Chicago State University set to graduation in December.
My sister Tania, a domestic violence survivor talks about the hardships that she had to endure during her pregnancy and the 6 long years of her relationship to her sons dad.
Jessica Giangrasso discusses how a circumstantial event in early adulthood wound up marking the beginning of a meaningful, humanitarian career in mental health counseling.
My mom talked about what life was like as a baby boomer growing up in Utah. She also talked about life as a child of two alchoholics.
I talk about my first step-mom Kathy and how she influenced me. Pic is of a cup from her.
Friends Sonya Rosario (64) and Venus Prado (51) discuss Sonya's return to San Antonio after living away for 35 years. They discuss Sonya's career as a filmmaker, memories, and share wisdom for future generations to come.
Kayeloni Scott (30) hears from her colleague Mary Jane Miles (80) about her upbringing, her travels and her struggles with abuse and alcoholism.
Dr. Bobbi Alba shares her new inspirational memoir about multiple sudden atypical losses. Topics include: cancer, loss of child, domestic violence, mental illness, homelessness, alcoholism, pet loss, transgender youth, and leaving a living legacy.
Susan Wallendor (57) is interviewed by her daughter, Jessie Gilson (26), about the people who have an impact in her life, the way she's learned to love, and following her heart to achieve her dreams and goals.
Lauren Biser speaks with her Nurse-Family Partnership nurse Julie Goodrich about how she has grown as a new mom. When she first found out she was pregnant, she was in an abusive relationship. With her nurse Julie’s support, she learned...
Sophia will talk about the violence she suffered and how she is recovering from it.
Harmony Justice [no age given] and friend Roslyn Smith (60) were mothers at Bedford Hills Correctional facility, the two discuss the impact of being incarcerated.
Lucia Ayala (76) and her daughter, Alma Ayala (49), remember the day many years ago when Lucia took Alma and her sisters and escaped from her abusive husband.
Natasha Adams (42) interviews her cousin Tina Frundt (47) on her experience advocating for and working alongside victims of human trafficking.
Jessica Smith tells her life story, one that has been filled with hardship and resilience, and shares words of wisdom.
Dr. Barbara Jackson (51) interviews her best friend, Pastor Cynthia Anderson (57), about being a survivor of domestic violence and what she's learned by surviving the challenges that have come to her in her life.
Morgan Zipf-Meister (38) interviews new colleague Leana Pardo (38) about Leana's sexual trauma, healing, and the importance of community.
One Small Step partners Cindy Claycomb (65) and Tammie "Sue" Wray (62) discuss how their views don't always align with their chosen political parties, their beliefs concerning gun violence, and their concerns about the current climate of polarization.
Voices of victory from sex trafficking to domestic violence & generational trauma.