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- Providence 3
- American Pilgrimage Project 1
- KRCB 1
- KUNR 1
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 1
- Providence Hospice Portland 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
One Small Step Conversation partners Dina Jackson [no age given] and John "Wes" McMichael (47) talk about their experiences in the Baptist church, acceptance and understanding of LGBTQIA+ friends and family, and the stereotypes they both have faced.
In this interview Liz Della Sala shares key parts of her life and explains how they helped her grow and become the person she is today.
One Small Step conversation partners Faith Machuca (23) and Adrian Paul [no age given] discuss their major influences, careers, life in Reno, social issues, politics, and religion.
Rosa Del Cid (53) and her child Max Hannen-Del Cid (20) talk about Max's non-binary identity, early memories of Max not identifying as a "girl," and the never-wavering love Rosa feels towards Max no matter how they identify.
I (Seth Hackbarth) had the privilege to interview Jerry Yang. I had the honor to get to know my friend and fellow soccer player.
Susan Mather (58) and her son Nicholas Mather (35) share a conversation about their family, their careers, their Faith, and their hopes for the future.
A dad and his adult daughter talk about the happy moments early in his first marriage, overcoming shyness, and being bullied
My mother has been through a lot with migrating to this country and raising five kids
Anne has a conversation with her 92 year-old mother, Megan, about her life journey with homosexuality and love.
John David Woodward, 18, is interviewed by his friend and colleague Maru Gonzalez, 26, about coming out and being gay.
Tim Havis (33) and his father David Havis (70) talk about when Tim came out as gay, reflecting on growth and openness in their family.
Elijah Wiseman and Dr. Nancy H. talk about life as a hippie in the 1960s, Black Panther protests, and acceptance within the family.
My aunt, Michelle, talked about transformative life events and how they made her into who she is today.
the hardest part about immigrating was acceptance. Luckily, Bear moved to SF and got off a plane unlike many of his peers in school who he bonded with over their immigrant backgrounds.
In today’s society people are celebrating LGBTQ people with parades and festivals, rather than spreading hatred towards them, but this wasn’t always the case. In November of 2018, 14 year old Sofia Brandon-Schwartz interviewed her father, Carlo Brandon to learn...
Joan Ruskin, 85, talks to her daughter Susan Steinhauer, , about life after her heart attack and what she now considers important in life.
Blood is thicker than water is not the full quote. Blood of the covenant (your friends) is thicker than the water of the womb (family). My interview with a witch.
John tells his wife, Amy, about growing up with a stutter.
Jeff and I talking on the patio of our childhood home. He shares with me lessons he has learned about life.