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- English 6
This is an interview with my advocate/grandmother on career, success, experiences, expectations, roles, etc.
Friends and One Small Step partners Kimberly Lemite (54) and Daniel Elliott [no age given] reflect on the impact of their family histories. They talk about the legacy of slavery in the United States and what it means to truly...
Christopher Wegner is one of the strongest persons that I’ve known.
One Small Step conversation partners Susan Creasy (59) and Allison Vogler (65) discuss the current political climate, their values, navigating personal conflict, and the meaning of diversity.
We talked about life and what really matters. Sometimes its important to know what you want to do in life and how it works.
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.
Karen De Shazer (53) interviews George Kraft (62) about his work at the Davis Dam, moving to Bullhead City, AZ to work in the dam, and his memories of the area.
the more you know the further you will go. in today’s society children have lost the ability to communicate.
Shelby Kihega, age 19, is college athlete at MSSU. She runs cross country and track, arguably one of the hardest sports. In this interview, she describes the highs and lows of her favorite sport and what makes her her.
One Small Step partners Wendy Karrick [no age given] and Lisah Crall (42) discuss parenthood, grief, role models, faith, the impact of labels, and the future of the country.
An 18 year old female Gokart racer. Is it like Mario Kart? Listen to us talk about her love of racing.
Art Historian Prita Meier talks about her journey in studying architecture and photography on the East African coast.
One Small Step partners Nicole Poole (52) and David "Dave" Bowen (59) talk about how trauma has shaped their lives, how they approach communicating across difference, and how they experience their own spirituality.