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Josie talks about how she has come since being a child, and how she has become more brave.
Spouses, Melissa Nye (36) and Matthew Cosnett (38), share a conversation about their careers and the lessons they have learned from their work.
Former librarian and branch manager, Jane Richardson [no age given], shares a conversation with her friends Dr. Claire Davies [no age given] and Patty Dominguez [no age given] about Jane's experiences and perspectives as a librarian. They also talk about...
Interview for LVC course with school's librarian and student worker
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts, Tiffany Do (16) interviews her librarian Cindy Die (60) about her happiest moments in her college experience. Ms. Die shares stories about what she have learned in life as she...
David Joy (38) speaks with his friend, mentor, and bonus grandma to his children, Kathy Gambles (75), about their decades of friendship, starting when David was a kindergartener in Kathy's library. They discuss what they've learned from each other, the...
In this interview, conducted on November 24, 2017, Emily Lynott (14) and her grandmother Joan Laracuente (74) talk about early life and friendships in New York, occupations of herself, her parents, and her husband, and memories from her childhood and...
Recorded May 8, 2018 -- With a lifetime love of books and learning, Bonnie Blackburn Henrie described her introduction to a library when she attended first grade in the basement of the St. George Library, Bonnie stands in front of...
Here is some insite on the real lives of the average American mid-twenty year old girls, as we talk about our past and describe our future aspirations.
Coworkers Bonnie Scherr (60) and Rachael Perez (23) share a conversation about their experiences living in Dalton, Georgia, the books that have impacted them, their work in the library, and the roles they see themselves filling in their community.
One Small Step conversation partners Kelly Martin (42) and Beth Vise (48) discuss politics, diversity, and their work as educators.
Recording February 13, 2018 – Carol Miles Vincent grew up in St. George, Utah in the 1950s and began using the St. George Library while attending the Vernon Worthen Elementary. The children’s section was in the basement. As an older...
One Small Step conversation partners Carmaine Ternes (62) and Tom Phillips (65) share their political values, such as education and tolerance, as well as their work in their communities.
Sisters Kathleen Knoth (65) and Kerry Lynn Callegari (67) discuss their careers, the University of New Mexico Taos Library, and their experiences as first-generation college students.
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...
Two friends discussing growing up in Columbus, Georgia around the downtown area.
One Small Step partners Debbie Hoeker (59) and Sarah Maudlin (46) discuss relationships with grandparents, enjoying kids without becoming a parent, and the challenges of finding community after the pandemic.
I interviews my old teacher from elementary school and middle school. She has known me since I was very little and has name a huge impact on my life.
Coworkers, John Ramirez (33) and Maira Sanchez (25), have a conversation about sandwiches, their experiences, Hispanic culture, their job at the library, and how their life has been since COVID-19 began.
"Tell people that you love them, and bring a book." Joshua Parker is a Librarian at Harvard University and a substitute Librarian for the Watertown Free Public Library. He talks about the fabric of his Watertown Community and how he...