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Shabir Kabiri and Alex Kolker

Friends and coworkers Alex Kolker (27) interviews Shabir Kabiri (29) about his experience attending university in the United States, the differences between Afghan and American culture, and what the American dream means to him.

Ambassador Dr. Sharron J. Brown"How I found the power of my voice"

In this interview, conducted on June 15, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. LC Myles Jr. (73) interviews his wife Ambassador Dr. Sharron J. Brown (51) about her childhood in the city of Memphis and her journey though Human Trafficking. She...

Progress and Paradox: Our childhoods

My Grandmother and I discuss all of our experiences growing up and how that shaped who we are today

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Fred Schein and Kathleen Haynie
December 4, 2023 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Fred Schein (82) and Kathleen Haynie (79) discuss their origins and discover where their views diverge.

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Rita Blank and Barbara Goldstein

Friends and colleagues, Rita Blank (71) and Barbara Goldstein (63), reflect on how being children of Holocaust survivors has affected their lives and perspectives and discuss their work at the Holocaust Education Resource Council.

Shirley Lowe and her great nephew Andrew Cook talk about growing up in the Great Depression

In this interview, conducted on November 22nd 2018 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Andrew Cook (17) interviews his great aunt, Shirley Lowe (80) about her childhood during the Great Depression and how the world has progressed. She also talks about the technological...

Hablando Con Abuela

In a conversation with my grandmother, we spoke about coming to the United States and the Hardships of leaving her home country of Cuba. She spoke about her experiences coming to a new country and the difficult decision of moving...

The Change in this World

Since 1948 so much has changed... families have grown apart and so have communities. So much anger and distance is depicted on television that people believe that is the way that life is supposed to be. I’m earlier times and...

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Regina Holloway and Lillian Holloway

Lillian Holloway (40) speaks with her sister Regina Holloway (42) as a birthday gift for Regina about how much they mean to each other, what freedom means, and how going to Cuba changed their lives.

What it means to be American

In this interview, conducted in December, 2017 in Wellesley, Massachusetts, Aditya Acharya (15) interviews his mother Kalpana Acharya (36) about what she thinks it means to be an American. Ms. Acharya shares how she associates the identity trait of being...

To be free

This interview is with my aunt Vatsana Suttlemyre from Laos. We talked about her journey to America and her life after she moved to Bountiful.

My beautiful grandmas journey of life

I’ve learned that my grandma and grandpa were really rich before the Cambodian civil war. They were merchants trading fish and owned their own business. During the war the Khmer Rouge took everything from people. They knocked on your door...

6,000 Miles to Freedom

It took about 2 years and 6,000 miles to experience any form of freedom for the first time. On January 5, 2020, 15 year old Kian Salehi asks his mother, Nini Salehi, about her journey to America and the challenges...

Let’s talk interview

That’s about 2020 election and what your opinions are on freedom our country and safety

What college and friendship means to me

Andy and I review our semester and talk about how we met, our favorite memories together, and social life. we also discuss college, our upbringing, and how we think these years will help us in life