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- Providence 2
- 2023 Mobile Tour 1
- Albuquerque, NM 1
- Minot Sleeper Library 1
- Providence Home and Community Care Northern California 1
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 1
- UT Austin: McCombs School of Business 1
- Providence 2
- Andover Center for History and Culture 1
- Clothing the Homeless 1
- Colorado Episcopal Service Corps 1
- Communities 1
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Cathy Barker (66) shares a unique story with her husband Dick Weaver (68) centered around her family's long practice of hospitality and inclusion. Cathy shares a story about about Jacques, her mother's life-long friend, who was rejected by his parents...
This is a required class assignment for The University of The Cumberlands. The interview takes place between Andria J. & Anthony J., a couple in Lexington, KY. The interview is an exchange about Anthony's career as the director of a...
Friends Nik Rye (32) and Emily Janssen (24) talk about moving in together, astrology, and what they've discovered once they stopped restraining themselves.
I interview Jared Jaggers, a pastoral resident at Wilshire Baptist Church, about its recent LGBTQ+ inclusion decision and LGBTQ+ involvement in churches.
Lisa Sanchez (49) interviews her first grade teacher Lynne Clunk (63). The two share memories of their interactions, how each has influenced the other and the obstacles they've overcome.
Two friends, and long time residents of South OC, chat about the emotional labor, challenges, and solutions for homelessness in south OC.
Korean American Christian girl from Orange County grows up and finds herself working in Skid Row
Dennis discusses their family's choice to home educate instead of 'special' provision and how underfunding affected her child in mainstream school
Friends, colleagues, and current college students Kelsey Barnes (19) and Kyana Sanchez Rodarte (19) share a conversation about protecting and celebrating Black hair and expression. They also talk about their work as youth leaders on anti-hair discrimination legislation and supporting...
StoryCorps facilitator Courtney Gilbert (28) talks with Bruria Finkel (87) about her career as an artist, her family and how she opened doors for women in the arts.
Immigrant LGBTQ stories
Measuring community health reveals challenges people experience in contributing. Anita Ihuman explains how to build awareness and leverage existing solutions for greater belonging in open source. What you measure, you can see and change!
Colleagues Stella Hodgkins (48), Theophilus Gregory (69), and William “Bill” J. Hybl [no age given] come together to discuss their impact-focused work at the El Pomar Foundation, particularly their dedication to convening and empowering communities of color.
Arthur Mills IV (48) shares a conversation with new friend Sarah Krauss (32) about his experience at the University of Texas, the community at the University and the McCombs School of business, and his career path.
Josh Simmons, Amanda Casari, and Julia Ferraioli talk about open source representation, transformative moments that led to increased participation, and hopes for the future.
Colleagues and loved ones Joey [No Name Given] (30) and [No Name Given] [No Name Given] (63) discuss Joey’s coming out story, diversity, equity, inclusion, and identity.
Mary talks with members of the Colorado Episcopal Service Corps about life lessons she has learned and the role religion and community has played in her life
Spouses, Scott Savage (58) and Jennifer Savage (56), share a conversation about the books that Scott writes, their collaborative working process, the tours they go on together, and the power of books. They also talk about neurodiversity and the role...
Tiffanie shares with her friend and co-worker, Montserrat, the significance of Juneteenth in her life and historically. How she strives everyday to make sure everyone feels included so future generations will celebrate diversity.
One Small Step conversation partners Carole Goldsmith (57) and Estefania Avalos Chavez (20) talk about the important role education has played in their lives, the role of advocacy in their communities, and the importance of equity and inclusion to achieve...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Eliud Felix discusses his journey from his life growing up in Manhattan and the Bronx to working at Andover High School. He has deep family values and traditions, and hopes to see them continue through...
Emma Irwin explores a nuanced view of open source maintainership in today’s landscape, digging into what characteristics good maintainers cultivate, what role mentoring plays in maintainership, and how history influences who becomes a maintainer.
One Small Step conversation partners Kathleen Gaffney (62) and Valerie Wood-Lewis (56) met virtually to discuss their views on feminism, abortion, animal rights, freedom of speech and Donald Trump.
Co-Workers Kenna and Solomon discuss Solomon's journey as a trans-man and how it relates to and influences his career as a hospice nurse.