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Sue Hartwick and Connie Meyer

Best friends Connie Meyer (61) and Sue Hartwick (62) share their childhood memories growing up in the Sixties, especially their families and experiences at school, discuss their individual career paths, and reminisce about their friendship.

Waldorf School of New Orleans Librarian Lesley Rubenstein

Lesley has been a Waldorf classroom teacher, but her most notable accomplishment at WSNO is our beloved library, which she built from nothing. Find out how she did it.

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Christopher Culbreath and Leora Senior

Christopher C. Culbreath (72) tells his life partner, Leora Senior (55), about the difficulties he faced growing up during segregation in rural Georgia, about the career he made for himself, and about the work he has done to facilitate healing...

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Stephen Ristau and Jamie Smeland

Stephen Ristau, 57, tells colleague Jamie Smeland, 26, about the importance of libraries in his life, he and his wife’s decision to move to Portland in 2007, and his work in non-profit consulting.

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Kirsten Delegard and Ryan Mattke

Colleagues Kirsten Delegard (49) and Ryan Mattke (37) talk about Kirsten’s project, Historyapolis, to map the history of Minneapolis and understand the legacy of racial discrimination in the city.

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38:41
Sarah Padgett and Bunny Balbachan

Sarah Padgett (25) shares a conversation with Bunny Balbachan (59) about Bunny’s childhood, the different places where she has lived, her family, her faith, her career as a nurse, and the advice she would like to share with others.

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Brenda McMahon and Karen Gates

Brenda McMahon (56) and Karen G. Gates (61) talk about meeting at the Gulfport Public Library and becoming friends. Brenda is a ceramics artist and Karen is a writer. They discuss the many ways they're involved in the Gulfport community.

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39:14
Erma Banks and Callie McGinnis

Friends and colleagues, Erma Banks [no age given] and Callie McGinnis (77), discuss their former workplace: Columbus Area Library Association (CALA). They talk about the formation of the organization, pivotal characters in its development, and the events they created to...

Ikumi Crocoll, Reference Librarian – Interview

This is a discussion of reference librarian Ikumi Crocoll's experiences and opinions surrounding diversity as an early-career special collections librarian.

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Mary Beth Hollenbach and Rebecca Ray

Mary Beth Hollenbach (59) talks with friend and Rebecca Ray (47) about her unexpected, but incredibly fulfilling job as librarian. She recalls some of the most memorable moments she's had as a librarian and explains why she loves her job.

A Conversation with Sally : "Libraries always remind me that there are good things in this world" – Lauren Ward

Sally Zorn (90) talks with a college student, Mia DeGeorge (21) about some of her proudest, saddest, and happiest moments in life.

The Story of Hilmar de Moraes Part 4

Hear the story of Hilmar de Moraes, from childhood stories to achieving his job. Listen to his viewpoints and his wisdom. Pay close attention to his knowledge on the society and how to self-educate. Escute a história de Hilmar de...

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Richelet Jean, Hasina Islam, and Abigail (no name given)

Richelet Jean (42) speaks with librarian Hasina Islam (27), as well as his daughter Abigail (no last name given) (7), about how Hasina's work with families at the public library has made a huge impact on Abigail's learning, curiosity, and...

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38:49
Henry Lewis and Sarah Padgett

Sarah Padgett (25) interviews new friend Dr. Henry Lewis III (72) about his childhood, his work on the Board of County Commissioners, and his careers in pharmacology and education.

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Nick Probst and Cari Rerat

One Small Step conversation partners Nick Probst (38) and Cari Rerat (41) talk about their time serving the public in different capacities, discussing how family members can impact your politics and ethics and how assumptions based on a label can...