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Pamela Shamshiri was nine years old when the Iranian Revolution began. Pamela and her mother and brother were in Los Angeles for Christmas when the revolution started. Her father went back to Iran, but the other three family members stayed...
Jessica Smith, age 41 and her daughter Abigail, 18 discuss the 2008 recession.
The firsthand story of my mother shifting her life from a third world country to working hard and beginning a new life
One Small Step conversation partners Dax Lauwers (30) and Jedediah Smith (44) talk about the need for discourse in politics, their political beliefs, and how the country can come together.
Interview was based on the life of a Mexican immigrant growing up in the United States. Sandra Rincon shares with us the major differences of living in Mexico and life in the US.
[Recorded October 7th, 2021] Diana Moreno and Marquis Rice, both undergraduate students at the University of Virginia, have a One Small Step conversation. They discuss their family backgrounds, Marquis's military service, being a first generation college student, and how their...
My neighbor talked about the Great Recession of 2008, and how it affected her
In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2023 in Birmingham, Alabama, Samantha Bowling (18) interviews her mother Michelle Caterinichia Bowling (58) about her childhood and experience during the 70s and 80s. They discuss how times have changed economically and socially....
I, Emmy Replogle, interview my grandmother, Barbra Gatchel, about her life in American when she was a kid. I used this information to compare to the average life of a teenager now a days. My grandmother and I discussed important...
I discuss the topic of COVID-19 with my mom and how it has affected both the world and her personally
One Small Step conversation partners Carolyn Cacho-Bowman [no age given] and Robert Shwab (65) talk about their political beliefs, immigration, and the division in our country.
The Great Recession and the Great Depression were 2 things in America’s economy that drove us down in the dirt.
Angel Lawson interviews her boyfriend (Maison Schachtner) on November 23, 2021, in Maison's house in Neosho, Missouri. Angel asks her boyfriend questions about his future career and about his family. Maison then talks about going into the trucking business when...
Colleagues and friends Margo Bubb (54) and Stacey DelVecchio (44) discuss the early history of the Society of Women engineers, their work with Caterpillar (CAT), and their paths to the engineering field.
One Small Step conversation partners Jordan "Jordy" Kirk [no age given] and Dean Paron (52) talk about their mutual love for the outdoors and where it came from and division in our country and community.
This interview was conducted at the interviewees house, in Erie Colorado on May 20th 2019. Kara Jensen is interviewing her french mother about growing up in France, about moving to the United States, and about historical events that occurred in...
Simran Notani, a PA resident, gives her thoughts and views about what impact the recent pandemic, COVID-19 has caused on her life. Simran is one out of many who are panicking and praying that this crisis will avert soon.
Molly Schroeder-Linzmeier (32) interviews her friend and colleague Mary Jane Herber (73) about her experiences as a librarian and the rich history and economy of Brown County, Wisconsin.
Just how different do you believe the 70’s were? To answer your question they are very different. The people did not even dress the same as people now. Imagine living in a time where there was so little technology that...
One Small Step conversation partners Bucky Neal (65) and Brenda Brown-Grooms (65) have the hard but important conversation about their ancestry - slaveowners and slaves - and also discuss the Black Lives Matter Movement and the perceived inequality they've inherited.
In this interview I spoke with my father about how the coronavirus has economically impacted his own small business.
Interviewer: Aidan Kerr, 17, child Interviewee: Andrew Kerr, 57, father A discussion on the 2008 recession, the vagaries of job security, helping economically suffering children through architecture, and parenthood.
One Small Step conversation partners Thom Olmstead (66) and Robert Pavlik (60) talk about their families, military background, and faith.
Mrs. Janakiraman talks about her views on the history of India, with their relation to Britain. She also talks about her view on Mahatma Ghandi.