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In this interview, Colin Shaw (14) interviews his grandmother, Marilyn Shaw about her life. They talk about everything from her childhood to her jobs in the Foreign Services and Peace Corps, and even some political opinions. She shares about her...
Ishmael Jihan (60), by his social worker and friend Abby Lamb (29) about his life growing up in Chicago and his involvement in the Black Panthers as well as his political views now.
Rosel H. Schewel, 80, is interviewed by her daughter Susan Schewel, 53.
Anne McCarthy (53) interviews Lora Caldwell (48) and Robert “Bob” Johnson (62) about their involvement with the Erie Peace Initiative.
Mary Ann and Jonathan reflect on the 2008 election results, their father/husband and race in the United States.
[Recorded: Thursday, March 17, 2022] Pam Calary (59) and Joan Schatzman (70) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. They share their journeys of coming to Charlottesville, and bond over their mutual profession of running guest-houses in the...
We talked about technology, schools, neighborhoods, Family, and current issues with religion and the president
Samir Luther (29) interviews his friend and colleague, Meghan Stabler (46) about her transition from male to female. Meghan also talks about being a parents and her work with Human Rights Campaign.
Ella and her mentor/manager Nadia reflect on their experience at Hillary Clinton's "victory party" at the Javits Center on election night 2016, and on what Clinton's loss meant to them as women and coworkers.
Michelle Brenard, 62, tells facilitator Sarah Geis, 28, about the lesbian group she founded for women over 40 and her family.
Kirsty shares about her Australian upbringing, her values, her life with three boys and 'the Father of a Nation'. She talks about what motivates her work.
Wellesley alumnae contemplates how the 2016 election night is a historical moment in women's leadership.