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One Small Step partners, Aaron Bolinger (46) and Michele Gossman (63) discuss their political leanings, their perceived role of community, and how COVID has affected them and the way they view government.
Personal account of hurricane Katrina and the aftermath in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Everybody feels your pain until they are in that position and can’t handle the pressure
I conversation with my mother about her experience and losses surrounding hurricane Katrina.
One Small Step partners Jayme Hightower (41) and Steve LaPorta (60) discuss missionary work, systemic racism, and how to improve schools in our country.
In this interview, conducted in Broomfield, Colorado on May 19th, 2019, Alexis Kerrane interviews her father Jeffrey Kerrane about his life. He shared stories about his political involvement as a high schooler, his experiences with being a law student while...
An interview with Michael and Tara Thompson regarding their experience with Hurricane Katrina.
Coming from the streets of uptown New Orleans. Being able to persevere through hurricanes, killings, and hard times.
This interview just goes of details of someone who witnessed some of the things that happened in the early 2000s
Carter Johnston (17) interviews Jeffery Sack about the Postal Inspection Service and how it succeeded amid failures during the disaster response to Hurricane Katrina.
Todd was interviewed on certain topics of the 2000's such as the attacks of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, the Great Recession, and much more.
Michaela Shafer (68) interviews her husband Gary Shafer [no age given] about his time in the Air Force, what is was like serving during Hurricane Katrina, and what he would like his children to know about his time in the...
Mary (78) talks with Martha (47) about her experiences during and after Superstorm Sandy.
''The winds were so strong, my parents had to hold onto something or else they would be blown away.'' Shelbi describes the events and her experience with hurricane Katrina from when she was at 12 years old, from preparation to...
Curtis Reliford talks about overcoming racism and serious adversity to find and fulfill his life's purpose which is helping those who are experiencing hard times: hurricane Katrina victims and the Navajo and Hopi people. Curtis describes how he follows his...
In this interview, various political topics throughout the 2000's were discussed including 9/11, The Election of 2000, the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, and more. Jack Moylan expresses his opinions and thoughts on these topics based on his experiences in the...
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Denny Bentley and I talk about being raised in the Rio Grande Valley by missionaries. In high school, Denny turned down the choice to be in AP classes at his high school...
Mary Manning (52) interviews her colleague Brenda Gunn (52) about her work with the Society of American Archivists, the Society of Southwest Archivists, and the National Disaster Recovery Grant.