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In this interview, I spoke with my father, Thomas Galvin, about some pretty general things. We talked about his accomplishments, his military service, his cancer battle, his basic morals, and what he wants the future generations to know, and it...
My father, Jared Reneau, describes his experience serving in Iraq as a Sergeant of the USMC
Questions about how Elsie McElligott felt as a 6 year old girl during the war. In response to an article she wrote later in her life, Elsie tells of the unity and responsibility Americans went through. Even as children.
A Puertorican Air Force Veteran is interviewed on how his Patriotism was formed.
Gwen Benner: 2020-08-26 19:52:11 Interview of John Lindstedt reflections on his life in the 60's and the world events of that time.
Judith Kishman (65) reads an article that her mother wrote about living during World War II and then talks about her mother and father.
In this interview, conducted on March 8th 2020 in Belchertown, MA, Mark Tharion (19) interviews his role model Glenn Smith (56) about his childhood and his career. Glenn discusses how the creation of nature shows/documentaries in he 1960s influenced what...
Spouses Don Roden (71) and Rosemary Roden (68) center their conversation about coming from military families, Don's experience serving in Vietnam, and share pieces of family history regarding military involvement.
Jenna Genzel interviewed Archie Fagan on November 30, 2019 in New Jersey, USA. Archie Fagan, a 93 year old World War ll veteran, proudly served the United States during World War ll. He explains how he experienced multiple significant events...
Going behind the requirements of what is involved with being in the U.S. military, how you move up and gain knowledge, and how you deal with hardships.
Beth Moeller (57) of Griswold Home Care Fairfield County and Louis Voros (77) of Fairfield, CT sit down via StoryCorps connect to discuss wisdom gleaned from a life of hard work and perseverance. Hear Lou share how a quest for...
One Small Step partners, Rebecca Curran (40) and Ty Patton (37), swap stories about how they were taught about the environment, discuss how they feel about war, and learn about each other's different values for our government system.
Sisters Darin Spelber (44) and Gabbe Grodin (40) interview their father, Jerrold Grodin (71), about his decision to enlist in the Army Medical Corps at the age of 51 the day after September 11th, 2001.
One Small Step conversation partners Tara Casey (48) and Nicole Unice (43) discuss family, faith and raising their children with awareness.
One Small Step participants Julaine Hunter (49) and Rhonda Jones (52) talk about the ways their childhoods shaped their politics, how COVID has affected them, and the recent loss of Julaine's daughter.
Sally interviews her spouse Bruce about his childhood in boarding school and his relationship to Canada and the United States.
Sarah "Sally" Butzin (76) interviews her husband, Peter Butzin (77), about his involvement in the draft resistance movement during the Vietnam War.
One Small Step conversation partners Sidny Zink (70) and Pamela Moreno (66) talk about their upbringings, political values and the meaning of patriotism.
One Small Step partners Denise Laussade (64) and Scott [No Name Given] (55) talk about their views on politics and our country's education system.
Manual Veiga Dacunha (84) talks to his granddaughter Tanya Gallagher (31) about his time in the Army, stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, TX. He also talks about his time as an airline agent and the frustration he's had...
In their One Small Step conversation, Susan Uffelman (53) and Michelle Charmello-Scanlan (51) talk about how they've been raised to engage in politics and the isolation they feel, as a Republican and a Democrat, when surrounded by people with opposing...