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- personal experiences 125
- memories of growing up 117
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Barbara (67) talks to her colleague Carol (60) about her career as a Public Relations and Journalism Professor at Howard University.
Colleagues Maria Muñoz (44) and Sharyn Obsatz (48) reflect on their relationships to education growing up and how their work and studies in the humanities led them to being professors at Santa Monica College.
Petra Gertjegerdes (47) shares a conversation with her parents, Carol Gertjegerdes (78) and Helmut Gertjegerdes (86), about their childhoods, how Carol and Helmut ended up moving to Columbus, Georgia, and about running the newspaper The Columbus Times.
Aimee Lockhardt has been a librarian at Dover Public Library for 8 years. Before that she worked as a reporter for a local paper. We interview her about her transition from reporter to librarian and why she decided to make...
Susannah Breslin writes about the business of porn for Forbes and in this interview she shares her insider view
One Small Step conversation partners, Maggie Martin (80) and Robert Reynolds (68), discuss their career choices and political values, discovering that they have much in common, including having attended the same university.
Janet Kutner, 71, is interviewed by her son Bryan Kutner, 35, about her career as an art critic for the Dallas Morning News.
My sister gives me advice about working in Journalism.
I talked with my husband Roy Harris about his book, "Pulitzer's Gold, A Century of Public Service Journalism@
One Small Step partners, Emily Rushing (70) and Fred Bennett (76) discuss the changing landscape of news, media literacy, social issues, and being Christians who value diversity and racial reconciliation.
Ninety-one year old Henry Raymont talks about his life and love with help from my mother, Wendy Marcus Raymont, who has Alzheimer’s disease. They live together in Mexico.
Lois tells stories about growing up in South Dakota, studying journalism and her many carriers throughout her life.
Millie shares about the role her family has played in her life, her love of community, and her experiences as a journalist.
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.
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.
Francine Barr (62) is interviewed by her daughter Francine Barr (31). Francine shares stories of her life and struggles to the top of the corporate ladder when gender roles served as a prime determinant to a woman’s success.
One Small Step partners Tami Fairweather (51) and David "Dave" Horning (68) discuss the formation of their political values, media, and propaganda.
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...
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.
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.