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Contance G. Wright and Jordan Wright

Constance Wright talks with her grandson Jordan Wright about growing up in Harlem with her brother Raymond and the advenutes they had in school, in the neighborhood, and on the subway. She also talks about raising her own sons, having...

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Carolyn Woo and Kristen Vance

One Small Step conversation partners Kristen Vance (59) and Carolyn Woo (69) talked about the value of international travel to better understand different people.

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Hank Ebert and Maione Carrijo

Hank Ebert (64) interviews his wife Maione Carrijo (58) about her life in Brazil before she married him and moved to Idaho. Maione then interviews Hank about his unique upbringing as the child of diplomats, living in various countries from...

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Mary Hammond and Kevin Kuroda

Mary Hammond (64) and her husband, Kevin Kuroda (63), reminisce about the time they flew to France to retrieve Kevin's late Uncle Robert's class ring which would have them build a family bond with a stranger and retrace Robert's military...

Marijana interview

Marijana, a Serbian international student, talks about an ethical dilema regarding international travel during a pandemic.

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John Ellis and Kara Silva

One Small Step partners John Ellis (43) and Kara Silva (51) discuss their shared love of the mind-expanding view travel provides. They reflect upon their difference religious views but shared sense of the importance of family and connection with other...

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Fred Jones and Rachel Schmidt

Rachel Schmidt (41) sits down with her father, Fred Jones (79), to ask him about his young adult years. Fred shares stories from his time studying at the Georgia Institute of Technology and from his time serving in the U.S....

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Jason Williams and Glen Wong

One Small Step conversation partners Jason Williams (45) and Glen Wong (71) discuss the impact of their upbringing and parents, race, fatherhood, international travel, chronic illness, careers, and interests.

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Robert Small and Stephanie Fudurich

One Small Step partners Robert Small (64) and Stephanie Fudurich [no age given] reflect on how their careers, upbringings, and lived experiences have shaped their political identities and priorities.

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Charles Eby and Lucy [No Name Given]

One Small Step conversation partners Charles "Charlie" Eby (77) and Lucy [No Name Given] [no age given] connect on a shared love of traveling all over the world to places like Israel, helping people in their communities, and being lifelong...

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Tom Moberg and Mary Moberg

Spouses, Tom Moberg (79) and Mary Moberg (77), talk about their shared interests in travel and the outdoors, and their connection to the North Country National Scenic Trail.

Common Ground Tacony Oral History Project: Rafaela

Rafaela is a long time resident of North East Philadelphia and frequently attends art classes at Mural Arts Philadelphia Tacony. Rafaela speaks about her experiences being born in Philadelphia and partially being raised in South Korea and Philadelphia and then...

Eli Beller and Jorge Lazareff

Friends Jorge Lazareff (67) and Eli Beller (30) discuss Jorge's migratory journey from his homeland of Argentina to the United States and the various countries Jorge worked in along the way.

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Fran Young and Paul Young

Married couple, Fran Young (68) and Paul Young (72), recall stories and events that lead them to becoming international teachers, traveling to many countries, culture shocks, and navigating life in Springfield, Missouri after traveling abroad.

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Danelle [No Name Given] and Ann Hawley

One Small Step conversation partners Danelle [No Name Given] (43) and Ann Hawley (45) discuss their shared experiences as educators and the roles that faith, family, and travel play in their lives.

Dylan Engels discusses with his grandma, Sharon Cutcliffe, her adult and childhood traits.

In this interview taking place on November 24th, 2017 in Menlo Park, California, Dylan Engels interviewed his grandma about many things about her life. Sharon Cutcliffe (grandma) shares thoughts and stories that took place in her hometown and even where...

How my mother became the successful doctor and businesswoman she is today!

This is an insightful story of African American woman who faced many challenges throughout life but still came out with a happy ending. Dr. Renita Clark is praised OB/GYN who has a story full of laughs, sorrow, and happiness. This...

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Fritz Kling and Robin Sparkman

One Small Step conversation partners Fritz Kling (61) and Robin Sparkman (51) discuss their political differences and similarities.