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Marla Barthen and Madeline Carpenter

Marla Barthen (50) shares a conversation with her mentee, Madeline Carpenter (20), about the women’s rights movement and what people of different generations can contribute to that movement.

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Eliana Godoy and Debora Mulrain

Eliana Godoy (48) interviews her colleague Debora Mulrain (66) about her time at Literacy, Inc. and the changes she's seen in the organization.

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Silvia Alemañy and Delilah Santamaria

Coworkers Silvia Alemañy (58) and Delilah Santamaria (25) share some of their favorite memories of working at Literacy, Inc. and reflect on the power of reading.

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Jamal [No Name Given] and Jamie Hadwin

One Small Step conversation partners Jamal [No Name Given] (33) and Jamie Hadwin (35) discuss education, capitalism, and funding for public services. They also learn some similarities between their fathers.

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Linda Ginzel and Nancy Cowles

Linda Ginzel (56) tells Nancy Cowles (56) how losing her 16month-old baby to a crib accident at a local daycare, inspired her to start her own organization called Kids in Danger, an organization dedicated to protect children by improving the...

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Dan Ahlstrom and Mohan Kambampati

One Small Step conversation partners Dan Ahlstrom [no age given] and Mohan Kambampati (79) discuss their backgrounds, political views, religious influences, and share their appreciation for Wichita, KS.

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Faithea Foster and Robert Hisel

One Small Step partners Faithea Foster (46) and Robert "Bob" Hisel (81) share what they learned from their families and how their upbringings influence their politics.

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William Hortz, David Jones, and Donna Sagan-Hortz

William "Bill" Hortz (62) shares a conversation with his wife Donna Sagan-Hortz (60) and friend David Jones (83) about food security, community-focused work, the organization One More Plate, and the lessons they have learned from their work.

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Arthur Mills IV and Sarah Krauss

Arthur Mills IV (48) shares a conversation with new friend Sarah Krauss (32) about his experience at the University of Texas, the community at the University and the McCombs School of business, and his career path.

Virtuosi of Houston – Karen Needham

Interview with Director of Orchestra Operations of Virtuosi of Houston Chamber Youth Orchestra

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Lisa Williams and Sharon Cooper

Lisa Williams (56) talks with her colleague Sharon Cooper (68) about her work in the military and the federal government, and how that influenced her work at Living Water, which provides refuge and resources to women and girls who are...

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Michael Anderson and Margaret Jackson

One Small Step participants Michael Anderson (59) and Margaret Jackson [no age given] discuss their respective upbringings in the Wichita and Boston area, their love of the outdoors and the countryside, and how they wish politicians would listen to everyday...

"We've got to hold ourselves up- we've got to have each other's back" – Mike Gibbs on being a musician and family businessman in Richmond.

Mike and Alison discuss his career in music, his local business ventures, working with family (they work together so well!) and raising a family in Richmond. Music lovers: Hear Mike's Billboard 100 song "Sarah's In Love" at the end of...

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Lori Kelly and Sara Kennedy

One Small Step conversation partners Lori Kelly (58) and Sara Kennedy (47) discuss their experiences as parents and with religion and politics.

Elizabeth Walther-Grant and Alex Wu

Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Elizabeth Walther-Grant, adopted from the Bahamas and raised by an Andover family, talks about growing up in Andover, the racism she faced, and what inspired her to found Merrimack Valley Black and Brown Voices. She...

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Amanda Mahan and Cynthia Matthews-Johnson
December 2, 2020 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Amanda Mahan (42) and Cynthia Johnson (61) talk about how they pick political candidates, religion and race.

Enriching Lives One Bray At A Time

Steve Stiert talks about his passion for donkeys and his nonprofit mission to enrich donkeys' lives and show the value of donkeys to human communities.

Mom

Why my moms work is so important to her.

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Melinda Hamilton and Felicia Williams

Friends Melinda Hamilton [no age given] and Felicia Williams [no age given] have a conversation about helping others navigate the grieving process. They also discuss their shared experiences and talk about their nonprofits called "Journey 2 Healing Hearts" and "Mother's...

Interview with Kristen Gibson, Occupational Therapist & Co-founder of Dignity not Despair

In this recording, I summarize my interview with Kristen Gibson, occupational therapist and co-founder of Dignity not Despair. Dignity not Despair is a non-profit organization that provides goods such as makeup and hygiene products to refugees around the world to...

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Marvina Hooper and C V

Friends Marvina Hooper (65) and C V (43) talk about their faith and the nonprofit organization Marvina started called Casa David. They talk about the work they are doing to support people in need in Honduras and Guatemala.

Staff Talk About What Working at TreePeople Means to Them

A StoryCorps-inspired montage of five staffers at Los Angeles-based environmental nonprofit TreePeople speaking about what brought them to the work and why they stay. Recorded in 2011, including the voices of Rosa (Bautista) Donis (38), Edith de Guzman (31), Jim...