Frank “Pancho” Mendoza and Maria Mendoza-Fowler

Frank “Pancho” Mendoza (71) and his sister, Maria Mendoza-Fowler (58) talk about his childhood in San Antonio, growing up in a Migrant Family, and the path he took to eventually earn two college degrees.

Paul Kennedy and Vince Whibbs

Paul Kennedy (57) shares with his friend Vince "Vinnie" Whibbs (77) about his childhood, his 30 years incarcerated and getting the support he needed to stay out of prison through the anti-recidivism program, Re-entry Alliance Pensacola (REAP).

Veronica Dasher, Jaden Smith, and Jaél Smith

Veronica Dasher (35) and her children, Jaden Smith (16) and Jaél Smith (13), share a conversation about their experience of the pandemic, remote school, their favorite activities they did during the pandemic, becoming closer as a family, the murder of...

Tracy Brown and Bryant Dunivan

Tracy Brown (35) talks with her boyfriend, Bryant Dunivan (36), about meeting each other for the first time, their blended family, their proudest and saddest moments raising their children, their divorces, achievements and spiritual moments.

Laura Middlebrooks and Ted Wlazlowski

One Small Step partners Laura Middlebrooks (53) and Ted Wiaziowski (47) have a conversation about how they have grown as people and the influences on their lives.

Irwin Goldenberg and Judith Vivell

Judith Vivell (82) interviews her new acquaintance Irwin Goldenberg (82) about the death of his grandmother, his long commitment to abortion rights, and the social work he's accomplished as a Rabbi.

Daniel Baughn and Marissa Kanz

Marissa Kanz (38) talks with her ex-husband, Daniel Baughn (40), about their friendship, courtship, marriage and divorce. They talk about their shared spiritual faith, their six-year-old daughter and Daniel Baugh's coming out after they were married. They then talk about...

Matt Carr and Austin Morgan

One Small Step partners Matt Carr (47) and Austin Morgan (44) take time to discuss fatherhood, the complexity of supporting Donald Trump, and their individual religious evolutions.

Amber Secundino and Maria Aguilar

Amber Secundino (26) and her mother Maria Aguilar (46) talk about their involvement with the Fresno EOC as a framework for expanding upon their similarities regarding why they love helping others in their work and beyond. They also talk about...

Paul Mott, Patty Mott, and Bobby Mott

Paul Mott (52), Patty Mott (72), and Bobby Mott (73) share their family history including when Paul was born to an unwed mother. Paul's Aunt Patty and Uncle-In-Law Bobby describe to Paul how loved he was by both his grandparents....

Debbie Smith explains growing up through the feminist movement, and where we are today.

We talked about the feminist movement and America’s relationship with its women. We also delved into personal stories about the feminist movement.

Andrew Currie and Duncan Currie

Andrew Currie (59) shares a conversation with his father, Duncan Currie (83), about his childhood, his career in public education, and their family.

David Riihimaki and Arthur Riihimaki

David Riihimaki (49) shares a conversation with his father, Arthur Riihimaki (77), about their family, Arthur’s time in the Vietnam War, his cancer diagnosis and raising money for cancer research, and about the things that are important to them in...

Ralph talks about his identity and family of origins, not wanting to be in a box, and his desire for community.

Ralph grew up in Philadelphia. He describes his family's values of kindness, growing up with a mother who was bi-polar, and his constant desire for community. He speaks on his identity, age, and speaking one's mind. He moved to San...

Sue Ellis and John Espey

Sue Espey Ellis (55) talks with her father, John Espey (83), about growing up in Clearwater, Florida, attending the same college of Florida State University, Chicago, segregation and desegregation of the north and south.

Georgia Dunning and Jennifer Dunning

Georgia Dunning (19) interviews her mother, Jennifer Dunning (42), about moving from Maine to Florida. They remember Jennifer's father, whom Georgia called Grampy. Mother and daughter reflect on family dynamics and what it's like for Georgia to grow up in...