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Susan Lipton and John Spitznagel

Susan "Susie" Lipton (65) talks about surviving a severe illness with the love and support of her spouse and friend, John "Jack" Spitznagel (70).

Kevin O'Leary and Alex Wu

Andover Stories of American Identity: Andover resident Kevin O'Leary shares his story about his worldly upbringing, and how it all led to his profession of becoming a psychologist to help wounded veterans heal.

Hillary West and Haydon Pitchford

[Recorded Wednesday, February 16, 2022] Hillary (71) and Haydon (27) recorded a One Small Step conversation together about their experiences related to serving as a first responder (Haydon) and clergy (Hillary) at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in...

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Professor Celeste Terry & Community Resilience part 3

Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Student, Tiffany Mims, interviews Professor Celeste Terry, Assistant Executive Director of United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland Inc. to talk about her life, her work, her projects, and her insights about resilience, healing, and...

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Hadi Eldebek and Layale Chaker

Friends Hadi Eldebek (34) and Layale Chaker (32) discuss their relationship to music as a means of connecting to their Lebanese culture. They consider how translation, drawing from different musical influences, and their audience's reactions shape their musical practices.

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Carla Orellana

Carla Orellana [no age given] shares her experience as a blue star mother. She talks about what it was like learning that her son had been severely injured. She speaks about the practices and programs that help her and her...

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Scott Acord and Kris Gould

Scott Acord (58) interviews his colleague Kris Gould (58) about her childhood, moving to New York City and her experiences on September 11th.

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Marion Greenup and Nancy Levy Torres

Marion Greenup (74) interviews her friend, Nancy Hannah Levy Torres (76), about her life, faith, and at times, fraught relationship to her Jewishness.

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Margaret Woody and Claudia Marshel

One Small Step conversation partners Margaret Woody (62) and Claudia Marshel (59) discuss their upbringings and how politics have influenced their lives.

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Marion Masada and Charlene Kiyuna

Charlene Kiyuna (67) interviews her friend Marion Masada (87) about her childhood experience of being imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp during WWII and the subsequent struggles she faced after her and her family were released.

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Atra Flemons and Khadijah Shabazz

Atra Flemons (61) interviews her friend Khadijah Shabazz (62) about her experience with mass incarceration and how she has become an advocate for families who have lost loved ones to police violence.

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Christina Vela and Jessica Halling

Christina Vela (48) interviews her friend and colleague Jessica Halling (40) about her experience as a survivor of sex trafficking and about her journey on the path towards healing.

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Rita Chambers and Jason Hynson

Colleagues Rita Chambers (62) and Jason Hynson (42) discuss how their faith and family lives inform their work at Victory Mission & Ministry.

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Tallat Choudry and Seemi Choudry

Tallat Choudry (68) talks to her daughter Seemi Choudry (30) about her childhood in Pakistan, her family and education, early married life in the US and Venezuela, her career, and being a mother of four.

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Tracy Burgess and Geneah Berrian

Friends and writers, Tracy Burgess (36) and Geneah Berrian (34) recall the origins of their friendship and share how writing has impacted their respective healing journeys.

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Jim Curl and Kevin Roy

Friends Jim Curl (37) and Kevin Roy (36) share how addiction, homelessness, and their Christian faith has shaped their journeys.

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Norma Burns and Neil Chand

Friends Norma Burns (61) and Neil Chand (31) share about their experience being incarcerated and how they instill hope in others by mentoring those in similar situations and by living as examples of positive change and resiliency.

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Reena Kapoor and Anurag Wadehra

Anurag Wadehra (52) interviews his wife, Reena Kapoor (49), about her involvement in the 1947 Partition Archive Project. Reena talks about the legend of her grandmother and her experience as a survivor of the Partition. Reena also talks about the...

Social Justice – Our Voices Matter – Massiel Calderon

Inspiring change through conversation. In the aftermath of the brutal murder of George Floyd, at the hands of law enforcement, we are launching a new interview-based collection of stories where members can share their personal experiences in coping with such...

Professor Celeste Terry & Community Healing and Resilience part 2

Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Student, Tiffany Mims, interviews Professor Celeste Terry, Assistant Executive Director of United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland Inc. to talk about her life, her work, her projects, and her insights about resilience, healing, and...