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Spouses Jenn Collins (48) and Brad Barnes (51) sit down for a conversation about their lifestyle as small scale farmers. They discuss their simple living ethos and their favorite parts of farming, as well as the importance of community gardens...
My grandmother talks about her view of the Tang Shan Earthquake, the hardships in her childhood, and what her education and job as a doctor was like.
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...
One Small Step partners Sharon Powell Quincy (74) and Damon Ward (47) connect over their desire to help their community and those in need from opposite sides of the aisle.
My mother shares the story if fishing at Belmont Harbor in Chicago for dinner during the Great Depression.
Mark and A G had a wide ranging conversation about the history of Orange County agriculture: past, present and future, including some of their experiences as lifelong regional farmers
Lawrence "Anton" Seals (46) speaks with his friend and colleague Jacob Campbell (44) about the changes they've undergone in 2020 during the pandemic, racial justice, and how they're looking toward the future.
Caleb Van Sweden (15) talks with his cousin Clayton Thueson (20), a college student about curiosity, drive, hard work, and fulfillment.
Chris Cotten (62) shares a conversation with his friend, Giang-Nguyen Nguyen (40), about Giang-Nguyen’s life growing up in Vietnam, her family, how she came to the United States, what her life has been like since, and her friendship with Chris.
One Small Step partners Elizabeth Cochran (49) and Melody Shaw (65) witness the ways in which politicians and the media strive to keep us divided and fighting each other, which is not what they see locally. They agree that it...
CJE’s Home-Delivered Meals program provides meals and vital well-being checks for seniors in Chicago. Hear from one of our impacted clients.
This interview features Andrew Shingleton, who was on the board of CARE international in England and volunteered there for 10 years. He discusses his experiences while at CARE and speaks on the topics Gender equality, poverty, and hunger.
We talked about food insecurity, hunger, food waste, and sustainability as it pertains to the food pantry at Florida International University.
Jessica Smith tells her life story, one that has been filled with hardship and resilience, and shares words of wisdom.
Friends and colleagues Chachi Hawkins [no age given] and Kerie van Zeyst [no age given] share a conversation about the Sunshine House and their work striving to create a supportive, hunger-free community in and around Alpine, Texas, particularly for senior...
David Milnes talks with his student, Christopher De La Rosa (16) about how music transformed his life and how his life transformed into his music. They have many recollections which sparks many emotions throughout the interview. Both elaborate on their...