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- American Pilgrimage Project 4
- Providence 3
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 2
- Hauser & Wirth 1
- Voices of Freedom 1
- Providence TrinityCare Hospice 1
Colleagues, Jerry Gadek (52) and Cammy Hart-Anderson (51) have a conversation about their work helping veterans dealing with homelessness.
One Small Step conversation partners Duvi Matsumura (50) and Julie Beel (55) talk about being mothers and how they engage with politics.
One Small Step partners Esther Carver (37) and Saul Salinas (50) sit down for a conversation about housing, community growth, and education.
Daughter interviewing father about his life and views on facing the end of life with a glioblastoma brain tumor at age 57.
A recent college graduate reflects on her journey from a small farm outside of Memphis, Tennessee, to Chicago, to Colorado.
Theresa Holly Marasco (55) and her daughter, Holly Burns (30), reflect on their single-parent household, experiencing spaces of poverty and privilege and their hopes for the future.
Anthony "Tony" Arguien (52) discusses his upbringing and shares his Hollywood ambitions and struggles with homelessness with new friend and StoryCorps facilitator Mia Raquel (24).
One Small Step partners Bonnie Mitchell (33) and Michael Ford (43) sit down for a conversation about the polarization of politics and creating change through community outreach.
Yomari shares her story about employment, housing, and food insecurity. She reminisces how vacations back home in Puerto Rico or the Dominican Republic are temporary escapes from the hardships of poverty. Through her work with La Casa Norte she has...
Anne Masters (52) and Shannon Gaule (50) talk about their childhoods and their work with homeless veterans.
Loretta Johnson (34) interviews her co-worker Wendy Thomas (54) about being homeless three times due to fires and illness.
In this interview, me and my dad talked about many of his challenges in life and greatest moments. The topics of growing up and being a parent are very prominent during our conversation. He talks about everything from his first...
Laura Slattery (47) interviewed by Alex Lyon (28) about working for a homeless shelter and nonprofit called the Gubbio Project, growing up in Los Angeles, CA and attending Catholic school, her service in the Medical Service Corps in Hawaii, working...
Community partners, Councilmember Bob Blumenfield, Odet Nazarian, and Terry Lotka, have a conversation about the impact of giving back to the community and, in turn, to themselves.
Alexandria Suthard (52) speaks with new friend Bella Gonzalez (26) about how she is currently working through and processing her past military experience. She talks about dealing with PTSD symptoms, her worries about expenses, seeking a new job, dating, and...
William discusses his migration from Puerto Rico to Chicago, his struggle with addiction, how to be resilient in the face of adversity, how poverty affected not only him but his family and how organizations like La Casa Norte help alleviate...
Willie, a native Alaskan Iñupiaq, speaks with Angela about how the influx of Russians, Europeans and Americans into Alaska has had on their culture, health and livelihood. Outsiders unintentionally brought diseases decimating much of the native Alaskan populations. Unable to...
One Small Step partners Daniel "Dan" Lawrence (67) and Kim Welsh (61) share a conversation about their upbringings and their concerns about divisiveness in the US. They talk about the opioid epidemic, the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination, and their families.
One Small Step partners Donald "Gordon" Mullin (76) and Emily Jacobs (47) share their political influences, how their views have evolved, and their hopes & fears for our country.
One Small Step conversation partners Erica Johnson (51) and Randall Burns (74) talk about their political beliefs, people who share those beliefs, and issues in Alaska.
Savannah Dominguez (25) and her former professor Jamie Lynn Slenker (38) talk about their library design projects they have done with the New Haven Free Public Library.