Just another life story

A flashback into the life of Sapna Sukesh Kumar; her beliefs, opinions, and memories; how these factors have shaped her into the wife, mother, and human being that she is today.

Person in Charlotte – Haley Heartley – Learning About Racism in America

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

Giovanna DeCaprio and her mom, Donna create a better bond discussing life lessons.

While recording on November 2017, Giovanna DeCaprio interviews her mother Donna in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. They discuss the bond and memories between them & life lessons to focus on. Mrs. DeCaprio opens about the hardships of her job...

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Patty Dominguez and Sherry Sanders

Sherry Sanders (66) reflects on her life as a pioneer for women in a male-dominated work environment to her friend Patty Dominguez (60).

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Anna George and Britton Haigh
December 16, 2021 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Anna George (25) and Britton Haigh (19) discuss political parties in the U. S. and other Democratic countries' political systems, their political and social values, the internet ecosystem, media and social media, misinformation and disinformation,...

Black Folks Camp Too: Interview with Founder Earl B. Hunter, Jr. and Hannah Wherry-AIP Graduate Student with Miami University, OH.

Earl B. Hunter Jr. and Hannah Wherry met at a recent animal welfare event and sparked an amazing conversation about nature inclusion and diversifying the outdoors and accessibility for all. "Treat Everyone, Everywhere, Equally" is their powerful motto that brings...

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Donald Harner and Amy Akao

One Small Step conversation partners Donald (Don) Harner (51) and Amy Akao (41), talk about their experiences on September 11, 2001 (this interview was conducted September 11, 2021), what the idea of “equality” means to them, and how the events...

Lilly and Melissa discuss Synanon and equality
December 18, 2018 App Interview

Lilly asks her mother, Melissa, about her experience growing up in Synanon, a cult with a diverse community of people. Melissa explains how that affected her view of race and equality while growing up in the 1970's.

Marriage Equality Act

In the interview she talks about how society has changed and there view on this topic.

thanksgiving listen 2019

My mom and I talked about her family history, her aspirations for the future, and her work dreams that didn’t quite work out as planned. Hope you enjoy.

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Matt Osche and Fernando Soriano
October 16, 2020 OSS Hub

In their One Small Step conversation, Matt Osche (24) and Fernando Soriano (23) talk about their post-grad work and how foreign countries approach social support.

Darien Hayes Interview

Interview with a Fraternity Brother (Sigma Pi) for Women's voices with Sarah Rondot from the University of Central Missouri

“We are all human”

My grandmother was talking about what life was like when she was younger. She also described how different society was back then.

Hair as an equalizer for a Ghanaian schoolgirl

A Ghanaian woman tells me about her childhood experience in Nigeria where hairstyles were a part of the school uniform, how she feels about the time it takes to get her hair braided, and the hilarious story of the first...

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Joyce Patterson-Rogers and Norm Rooker

Joyce Patterson-Rogers (85) remembers her daughter, Meredith, with her son Norm Rooker (64). Norm reflects on the different experiences that led him to choose a career as a paramedic and firefighter and Joyce shares about her radical feminist past.

Ap World

The Women’s Liberation Movement of the 70s is extremely relevant and relatable to today. As we can see with the Black Lives Matter protests, there are many similarities and differences.

Person In Charlotte – Mike Lee – Learning About Racism in America (Part II)

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

Person in Charlotte – Mike Lee – Learning About Racism in America (Part I)

Person in Charlotte conversations were engaged in response to Black Lives Matter (BLM), as a way for us to learn more about racism in America. We are meeting with our friends who have graciously agreed to have an open conversation...

Living in controversial moments …..

The topic of the interview was controversy not only as a African American but also as an American during 9/11 and how these controversial moments in our history effected people, at least from my dad’s point of view.