Nicole Unice and Brenda Brown-Grooms

One Small Step conversation partners Nicole Unice (44) and Brenda Brown-Grooms (66) discuss their paths to God and becoming pastors. They speak about issues of inequality and racism in America and how we are at a pivotal moment of opportunity...

Romeo Sarmiento and Milind Magoon

[Recorded Friday, March 31st, 2023] Romeo (27) and Milind (21) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Romeo is a first-generation immigrant and undergraduate student at UVA, as well as a student veteran. Milind is a first year...

“Voting of people from all spectrum is vital to the form the nation functions because the people who represent us are selected through vote”

A group of high school students cover the influence of socioeconomic inequality on voting. In this podcast, they provide statistics and personal anecdotes about voting based on financial status. More importantly, they emphasize the need for change in conventional voting...

Jamal [No Name Given] and Jamie Hadwin

One Small Step conversation partners Jamal [No Name Given] (33) and Jamie Hadwin (35) discuss education, capitalism, and funding for public services. They also learn some similarities between their fathers.

Gender Inequality in the Workplace

In this interview, Estefania shares her experiences with gender inequality in her workplace within the medical field. She highlights the importance of women standing up for themselves and emphasizes the need to view themselves highly against negativity regarding gender inequality.

Wheeler – Peer

In this interview I talked with Alex about race, which he expanded upon in regards to how he likes to be part of the solution and how everybody can help to make a change.

Carlton Brantley, Larry Dowdell, and Reginal Richardson

Friends and former colleagues Carlton Brantley (60), Larry Dowdell (70), and Reginal Richardson (64), talk about working for the Muscogee County School District and their fight to receive their retirement fund. They discuss their legal battle and the verdict and...

Questions About Racism in America.

During this interview, we will discuss racism in America and how it makes black people feel. We will also discuss in this interview some personal experiences from racism/ racial issues in America.

‘Learning’ How to Change the World

Michelle Haddix is an AP U.S. History teacher at Herron High School in Indianapolis. In an interview, she tells one of her students the ups and downs of being a teacher, comments on the inequalities in the classroom and shares...

Understanding culture in the WELS

We talked about racial profiling in general and how it is different in the WELS

From a Child in RI to a Cop in CA

As a child in Rhode Island, Deborah Rhames never thought she would somehow, someway become a policewoman in Los Angeles. In this interview on November 29th 2017 she talks to Freedom Rhames about her journey to Los Angeles, and the...

Monica Whatley and Bandele [no name given]

Monica Whatley (32) interviews her friend, Bandele [no name given] (73), about his incarceration in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Bandele reflects on what he learned during the 33 years during which he was detained, his relationship...

Covid-19: Maria Trajtenberg

Jackie Neale interviews her undergraduate photography student, Maria Trajtenberg while we are conducting interviews and taking photographs for our storytelling project, The Corona Collective. Maria is living in TriBeCa New York City through the pandemic, and talks about how she...

Calvin Coleman & Betty Ann Wilson Family History Vol. II

There has been a historically black neighborhood in Swarthmore, PA the area South east of Yale Avenue where Bowdoin, Brighton, Kenyon, and Union come together, there has for at least about 100 years. Swarthmore Public Library asked Calvin Coleman and...

Amada Matei and Joseph Ernst

One Small Step Partners Amada Matei (48) and Joseph "Joey" Ernst (40) discuss their backgrounds, livelihoods, interests, and political identities. They reflect on their shared value of curiosity and consider past experiences connecting across political differences.

Negative/Positive job descriptions in telemarketing.

This interview was intended to see if my friend has ever had any problems involving racism, biases or any type of inequality while working in the telemarketing industry.