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One Small Step partners Fredrick "Fred" Hoogland (75) and Roy Branklin (58) discuss their military service, racism in the United States, and their involvement with the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia.
Talking about important issues happening off campus and how they affect students on campus
Rev. Dr. Andre E. Johnson (54) interviewed by National Civil Rights Museum employee Constance Dyson (54) about growing up in North Memphis, participating in the Boy's Club as a kid, his social justice work in the Memphis community, his call...
Friends Lisa Dorner (51) and Tiffany Robertson (49) reflect on how race, gentrification, and police brutality have influenced their Shaw neighborhood community in St. Louis, Missouri.
In this interview, Nani ji (grandmother from mom’s side) talked about her experience of moving to India at a young age, how her parents’ death effected her, and the effects of Operation Blue Star on her. This interview was conducted...
Maria Matos (70) speaks with her longtime friend Carlos de los Ramos [no age given] about moving to Delaware as a teenager with her parents, an influential moment that sparked her passion for serving the Latino community, and about her...
I finally found the courage to tell of the effects of police brutality on my family in public.
Tyler Colón (21) interviews his neighbor Juanita Dean (92) about her life in and memories of Harlem. She also talks about her family and her career path.
Jean Strait [no age given] and One Small Step partner, Richard "Steve" DeGeorge (62), share political leanings and opinions on topics like mental health, the public education system, and defunding police departments.
Ana Farkhondeh (14) talking with a friend from school, Ida Murata (14) about experiencing COVID as a New York City teen. This interview has mentions of growth through the change from middle to high school during COVID, and experiences with...
Ann Garrett, from Clovis, California, in her junior year of USC, 1992, was put into the middle of the Rodney King riots. It is a firsthand story of someone stuck in a violent protest. Interviewed by Luke Garrett, 14, her...
Dr. Calinda Lee (48) talks with her intern Kennedi Johnson (24) about the Corona Collective work, the uprisings in the US, and thoughts of solidarity.
One Small Step conversation partners Bill M. (38) and Barnard Sims (51) talk about their upbringings, their professions, and their perspectives on racial injustice in the United States.
Leroy Moore Jr. (53) is interviewed by his friend, Kathleen Kiley (59), about the process of co-creating Krip-Hop, a music collective and label for artists with disabilities. They discuss the importance of visibility for hip-hop musicians with disabilities and the...
One Small Step conversation partners Diane Tucker (68) and Moya Nordlund (67) discuss politics, wealth redistribution, education, mentorship, and the arts.
Azizah Ali (49) interviews her friend Delores Daaimah Jardan (86) about her childhood, upbringing, and parents. Ali also asks about Jardan's husband, Ronald T. Stokes, who was murdered by police in Los Angeles in 1962.
Terry Rogaczewski (47) talks with his friend Nissa Tzun (39) about the night he took Ambien, experienced negative side effects, and woke up two days later having been shot by Las Vegas police with no recollection as to why he...
Justin Rogers, a south central Los Angeles resident, speaks the truth about growing up with racial profiling and police brutality. He expresses the gap that has been made between the citizens of LA and the police; furthermore, decisions he’s made...
Yolanda Lakes (50) sits down with her father, Raymond "Ray" Lakes (72), to ask about his upbringing in Columbus, GA and the world events, as well as personal experiences, that have shaped his current worldview.
Michelle Brenard, 62, tells facilitator Sarah Geis, 28, about the lesbian group she founded for women over 40 and her family.
During this interview, we will discuss racism in America and how it makes black people feel. We will also discuss in this interview some personal experiences from racism/ racial issues in America.
Emmett Murphy (14) and his grandmother Virginia Wing (83) discuss the COVID-19 pandemic, the year 2020, and various personal subjects.
Friends and colleagues Seph Rodney (50) and Monique Davis (56) discuss their work, their career paths, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives.
Paul Gottlieb (73) talks with his daughter Caryn Diamond-Gottlieb (40) about growing up in Johannesburg, South Africa. Paul shares about his family, influential people in his life, why he decided to go to medical school, and his involvement in politics...