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Nia Hodge and Sherry Neil

Sherry Neil (49) and Nia Hodge (50) talk about the importance of community, conversations about mental health for Black women, and their hopes for Fresno in terms of equity.

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Lynisha Senegal and Bernardine Tuisavalalo Tavita

One Small Step conversation partners Lynisha Senegal (45) and Bernadine Tuisavalalo Tavita (28) talk about their experiences as women of color - growing up poor, engaging with their communities, and taking on the mantle of leadership.

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Jessica Miller and Joshua Miller

Joshua Miller (47) interviews his spouse Jessica Marie Miller (39) about her childhood, her family, and how her upbringing has shaped how she parents today.

Interview with my Grandpa 1/5/2024

I interviewed my step grandfather Ray Eddy. He had a very poor child hood living in an attic, but through hard work was able to start a family of his own, and do things he loves like scuba diving in...

There is always a better way

When you think out of the box, there is often a better, more efficient way to solve problems. Richard McComack didn't need an advanced college degree to know how to invent solutions in technical fields which propelled him to the...

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Bryan Clyatt and Dan Gee

Lifelong friends Bryan Clyatt (41) and Dan Gee (40) tell stories about growing up poor and their years together at Boysville, a children’s home and shelter outside San Antonio, Texas. They reflect on the ways they've come to achieve and...

My mom’s journey

My mom's journey from growing up in Mexico, hoping to be example to people these days

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Joaeph Garcia and Jace Freyman

Joaeph "Joe" Garcia (82) and Jace Freyman (36) talk about their family histories, how they came to their vocations, their economic and socio-political fears and hopes for the country, and the importance of connecting with others.