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Friends Maria Mencos (28) and Ariadna Perez Mendez (21) talk about their respective experiences emigrating from Guatemala and Cuba respectively as younger people and their first experiences of education in the United States. The friends also talk about their education...
Artist Stephen Hayes (38) talks to his brother, William King (53), and their mother, Lender Green-Al-Khaaliq (71), about the inspiration behind his art and the role his brother and mother played in supporting his dream. They talk about the monument...
Tsanonda Edwards (40) talks with his friend Larry Saddler (40) about his early life and the mentors and relationships that have nurtured his sense of purpose, connection, and wellness. They share about their work together in mentoring youth, and dispelling...
William "Will" Viti (35) talks with his mother, Lynne Viti (73), about the people who have influenced him as an educator, his profession as a middle school social studies teacher, and what he is most looking forward to when schools...
Emma inquires about the life of her church group leader, Eleanor Stenner, and how relationships have shaped Eleanor as a leader.
A New York City college student and peer mentor acknowledges those who have taught her important life lessons that she shares with others.
What was talked about was a five question interview about the importance and foundation of family. Also the importance of mentors and how the have such a big influence on someone’s life.
30-year friendship between a white Episcopal minister’s son from Charleston, South Carolina and a black Crips OG from South-Central
Roommates, Jason Foster and Nate Wagner, talked about the people in our lives (both dead and alive) that had the most influence on us and how they shaped our views. And finally how Nate Wagner like to be remembered.
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews Jen Waldman (Manhattan) on May 12, 2021. They discuss early dance recitals, teenage enterprising, getting messy with Musical Theater, YoungArts, and adapting the Jen Waldman Studio to a thriving virtual community.
After years of struggling with drug, alcohol and criminal addictions, and numerus stints in prison, Bear was able to turn his life around. Understanding his criminal activities also gave him a high, he knew others must feel the same and...
One Small Step conversation partners Martín Chávez (27) and Emma [no name given] (27) talk about the important roles teachers and mentors have played in their lives, and the ways they have engaged with their local communities in their current...
2020-08-27 19:18:27 Bob Ballas, Commander of the New Fairfield CT Veterans Association and Beth Moeller of Griswold Home Care Fairfield County, sat down to discuss characteristics that foster resiliency in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Learn how a focus...
Claire McCoy (58) sits down with her father, George Black (86), to ask him about his experiences as an actor and his career as a professor in the theater departments of various universities.
Lisa Mays (50) is interviewed by Niya Butler (16) about living on Franklin Road in Marietta, GA, volunteering her time with YELLS, a community organization, and being proud to be 50.
Jennifer Munro (70) interviews her good friend, Carol Birch (74), about Carol's journey as a personal and literary storyteller.
Reflections of Dania W. Frink’s participation in #BlackFemaleProject
Interview with Kevin Winge of Minnesota discussing his many years working within the non-profit sector across various issues such as AIDS, HIV, food security, and about what inspires him to continue working.
An interview talkimg about the past and future of Mark Black
Benjamin "Ben" Hart (35) interviews his mother, Peg Hart (67), about motherhood, adoption, and the art of conversating.