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- Journalism 107
- memories of growing up 9
- personal experiences 7
- press freedom 7
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 5
- 591 more
- PEN America 7
- New York Times 3
- Stoneman Douglas 3
- Journalism and Women Symposium 2
- St. Louis Post Dispatch 2
- 37 more
- English 61
Lois tells stories about growing up in South Dakota, studying journalism and her many carriers throughout her life.
An interview with Mariana Ruiz, a Spanish professor at Arizona State University discusses her life in Mexico, Spain, and the United States as well as what it means to be a global citizen.
One Small Step partners Tami Fairweather (51) and David "Dave" Horning (68) discuss the formation of their political values, media, and propaganda.
One Small Step partners Donna Myrow [no age given] and Dave Rohee (78) discuss the role of journalism, domestic and international politics, and immigration.
Lisa (53) talks to Beatrice (45) about her career in the Air Force, being stationed in Italy and Greece and how she was able to have a creative career in it.
A conversation between Ellie Branson & Pedro Damasceno recorded during a rally in favor of gun control laws— held in response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Highschool. Ellie started a social media movement at her school, South Broward...
Friends and colleagues Joanna Fox (55) and Debra Piner (52) talk about how they came to be teachers later in life and their love of teaching.
Christopher McPherson (51) and his spouse Matt Hinrichs talk about how they met and their marriage in 2008.
Millie shares about the role her family has played in her life, her love of community, and her experiences as a journalist.
These 6 business partners came to the booth to tell the story of the beginning, growth, and success of their company, McNeely, Pigott, and Fox.
Frank Gruber (67) talks with his friend and colleague Alison Rose Jefferson [no age given] about his contribution to activism and discussions around Civic Center Plans, the Civic Auditorium and the Belmar Triangle in Santa Monica.
In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Rexford, New York, Cara (16) interviews her mom about life as a child and how it changed her. She asks her to describe her childhood, moving from state to state, and how...
After spending 2 years in Germany during the Vietnam War, he returned home to help run the family newspaper.
Our conversation centered on my transformation from two-time college dropout plagued with depression and suicide ideation to college graduate in my mid-40s and eventually a Ph.D. from the Missouri School of Journalism. Dr. Ross’ encouragement and influence paved the way...
Allie Goolrick (38) interviews her father, Chester Goolrick (74), about his life, focusing on his time serving as a Communications Specialist for the Army during the Vietnam War and his career as a journalist.
One Small Step conversation partners Lee Anne [No name given] (56) and Michael Castengera (73) talk about the changes overtime in the U.S. regarding politics and society and the growing need to be able to share differing perspectives.
Betsy Wade Legacy Fund Fellow Lauren McGaughy sits down with Betsy Wade, long-time New York Times editor and columnist, at the 2017 Journalism and Women Symposium in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Conversation recorded during a rally in favor of gun control laws— held in response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Highschool. David has appeared on several media outlets where he shares his experience in the tragedy.
I talked with my grandmother in law, Julie, about her experiences working for USA Today as one of the first female reporters to take on the world of sports.
Andrea Farber De Zubiria (57) talks with her father Murray Farber (88) about his family history in Poland before he was born, and his experience of growing up in a Jewish immigrant family in New York.
Eleanor Vincent (72) is interviewed by her daughter, Meghan Vincent-Jones (40), about family history, her career as a writer, and her path into spirituality.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to former New York Times reporter David Dunlap (70) about his massive documentation projects of the built environments of New York City and Provincetown, Massachusetts.
One Small Step partners Linda Mah (57) and Hope Mutheu (19) talk about their upbringings and the impact of social media on current discourse. They reflect on how their social, political, and religious identities have shaped their lives.