Sabra Booth

Sabra Booth (57) discusses her family history with a focus on her mother, Barbara Booth. Her family fought in World War II, participated in the creation of the Manhattan Project, and lived in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, which was a military...

Our Labor Stories: Marybeth and Rosemary

We talked about my Aunt Rosemary’s journey as a former social worker, organizer, and union president.

Raymond Lakes and Yolanda Lakes

Yolanda Lakes (50) sits down with her father, Raymond "Ray" Lakes (72), to ask about his upbringing in Columbus, GA and the world events, as well as personal experiences, that have shaped his current worldview.

“Passion is not payment.”
September 5, 2018 App Interview

Athena Holbrook and Maida Rosenstein talk about the unique challenges facing nonprofit employees and the importance of unions.

Athena Holbrook and Maida Rosenstein
September 5, 2018 App Interview

MoMA employee Athena Holbrook and union organizer Maida Rosenstein speak about their experiences with P.A.S.T.A/MoMA Local 2110 past and present.

Brandon Scovill and Jason Smithberg

One Small Step partners Brandon Scovill (42) and Jason Smithberg (46) have a civil conversation about their similar and different political views.

Peggy McAlister Davis and Richard Nordstrom

One Small Step conversation partners Peggy Davis (71) and Richard Nordstrom (88) talk about the evolution of their political beliefs, and the historic moments they lived through that helped shaped them.

Adam Wilson and Sofya Aptekar
September 5, 2018 App Interview

Adam Wilson and his partner Sofya Aptekar talk about the importance of different unions standing in solidarity with each other, even within the same workplace. Sofya is on the faculty staff union at UMass Boston, and she describes a specific...

Sam Adler-Bell and Amanda Novello
September 5, 2018 App Interview

Sam and Amanda are workers and organizers at The Century Foundation (TCF). In this conversation, they talk about how they came to understand unions, why they unionized at TCF after the 2016 election, their bargaining process, and maintaining solidarity after...

“I don’t think we talk enough about how unions connect us.”
September 5, 2018 App Interview

Emily Drabinski, a librarian and organizer at Long Island University (LIU), speaks with her partner Karen Miller, a teacher and organizer LaGuardia Community College (LGCC). Emily and Karen share the lessons they've learned from organizing and being involved with unions.

Afi Yellow-Duke and Hamilton Nolan
September 5, 2018 App Interview

Afi and Hamilton talk about the unionization of Gawker Media and the rise of unions in journalism, specifically in digital media spaces. Hamilton also shares his hopes for the future of the labor movement.

Alexander Muromcew and Kelsey Yarzab

A One Small Step conversation between Alexander Muromcew (59) and Kelsey Yarzab (24) at the public library in Jackson Hole, Wyoming where they discuss their beliefs and opinions around Libertarianism and Communitarianism, Capitalism and Socialism, and the role of government....

Mr.Gordon talks about his experiences in being a part of different labor unions.

Mr. Gordon's life has been impacted significantly by the presence of labor union. In this interview, Mr. Gordon shares his experiences in being a part of the United Automobile Worker and the United Federation of Teachers. He vividly portrays the...

Jim Hirsch and Laurie Laz

Laurie Laz (66) has a conversation with her husband Jim Hirsch (66) about his trajectory in the labor rights movement.