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Anna Paloma Williams (32) asks her mother, Luz Kenyon (58), about what life was like for her as she immigrated to the United States from Mexico and raised her children in a new country. They also discuss the female role...
Mother, Linda Minter (70), and daughter, Jowharah Abdulraheem (33), talk about the hardships that shaped them, their motivations in life, and share family stories.
Joanna Yang: 2020-07-26 20:25:16 Joanna (20) interviews Jasmine (24) on her experiences as a first-generation Chinese American in the United States as well as her developing understanding of systemic racism in the country. Generational differences and the role of social...
[Recorded Thursday, February 9th, 2023] Cheryl (50) and Emily (62) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Cheryl, originally from Culpeper, Virginia and now residing in Fluvanna County, works in clinical research coordination at UVA after working at...
Laura Gossman (47) and her One Small Step partner, Matthew "Matt" Lynch (41), exchange their lived experiences and how it has influenced their ideologies.
Friends Jeanette "Mz. Beatrice" Taylor (48) and Angela Ross (40) discuss their work in response to a local school closing and the need for changes within schooling systems.
Friends Janise Wriddle (62) and Sylester "Miles" Miles (62) describe their experiences as young students during the period of desegregation in schools. Both recall the racism and colorism they've experienced in their lives.
Mark McIntyre (71) and Robin Hickey (71) find commonality in their ages, marriages, and children, but also differences as they discuss their thoughts on parenting, environmental regulations, unions, social mobility, and race relations.
One Small Step partners Natalie Sollo [no age given] and Christi Nuding [no age given] discuss institutional racism, white privilege, the legacy of white supremacy and various other historical topics.
Sabrina King (20) interviews Stephanie Williams (51) about her experience organizing and advocating for her community, reflecting on the barriers she’s overcome as a Black woman in politics and the importance of representation. In 2018, Stephanie became the first African...
Adria Kitchens is Program Manager for Out of Hand Theater. She leads Equitable Dinners! Here she talks about her journey to awareness of racism, learning the importance of communication to find equity, the revolution in Black people empowering and taking...
Joycestine Fletcher(79) talks with her grandson, Taylor Fletcher(27) about raising healthy kids, influential parents, and dealing with racism and segregation in 1950s Kansas schools.
Coworkers in special education William Yadron Jr. (52) and Tiffany Woods (36) discuss equitable curriculum, administrative injustices, limitations of pedagogy, prejudice in the classroom, and gaps in access to resources for students.
One Small Step conversation partners David Gallagher [No Age Given] and RJ Young (34) met for the first time virtually. In their conversation, they talk about their different experiences with guns and what the "truth" in media means. They also...
Zandra Campbell (38) interviews Darnyle K. Wharton (50) about his work with Baltimore Ceasefire, and the creative and loving work happening in Baltimore as a reflection of residents' desire and dedication to heal the city and community from violence and...