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- Elizabeth Youth Theater Ensemble 10
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Jennifer Beard talks with her colleague, Professor Rich Feeley, about his global health career. They taught together in the Department of Global Health at the Boston University School of Public Health for 14 years. Rich devoted his career to working...
Susan Westrom (61) and Tonya Chang (41) talk about their involvement in the fight to pass legislation to ban smoking in public places in Kentucky.
One Small Step conversation partners Sara K (32) and Dan Martel [no age given] discuss religion, their careers, and how their life experiences have shaped their political views.
Allison James (37) interviews her colleague Celeste Philip (45) about Celeste's career in public health, including Celeste's time at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and her various roles in public health while working for the State of...
Wanicha tells the story of her immigration from Thailand to the US and her eventual decision to settle down and serve as a public health employee.
Colleagues and friends Felix Rojas (54) and Cheikhou Ann (56) discuss their experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic, their communities, and their work at Bronx Health Reach.
Andrew Margolis interviews his dad, Stephen Margolis, about his life and career in public health.
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.
One Small Step conversation partners Scott Sinclair (61) and Jenna Strecker (58) discuss different topics, including healthcare, LGBTQ issues, and local politics.
Tammie Johnson (57) interviews her friend and colleague Cynthia Harris (65) about her experiences starting and directing the Institute of Public Health at Florida A&M University.
Part 2 of 2. "Pretty city committee." Sandra talks to Angela about her time as a teacher, disrupting violence with art, and coming together to make the city we want to live in.
One Small Step conversation participants, Tom Hanlon (76) and Jennifer Trotter (32), talk about being raised Catholic, what they are passionate about, and health care.
Two teens talk about their perspectives on community and interrupting violence.
Aria Flood, 34, and Daniella Alvarado Perez, 28, co-workers at Love146, spoke about what brought them to the work, their passion for public health and prevention, and the ways in which they approach their work with joy.
Cousins Rachelle Knowles (34) and Onika Anglin (31) share some of their beliefs to include the importance of family.
Enjoy this interview with a former Director of Public Health of Michigan.
Friends Hannah Karczewski (23) and Zachary Hayes (23) talk about their common experience of attending University of Michigan-Flint during the Flint water crisis, growing passionate about the community, and pursuing ways to give back through work and volunteering.
One Small Step partners Thomas "Tom" Tjomstol (75) and Madeleine "Maddy" Frey (42) have a conversation about their lives, their backgrounds, and some of the things they have in common.
Spouses Ena Wanliss (58) and Dean Wanliss (57) talk about their life together, from their initial meeting to having two children, to the challenges they have faced since Dean's stroke in 2014.
Ryan Novak (43) interviews his fiance Leah Moriarty (31) about how they met and their courtship.
Part 3 of 4. "What is the difference between the law and justice?" The pandemic, social unrest, and the way forward.
Delores (82) shares her insight, experience, and testimony on a changing community with Gabby (17). As an organization, we believe intergenerational spaces and intergenerational sharing is important.
Two teenaged friends sit and talk about a world they did not choose and choosing themselves.
Part 2 of 2. "The danger of worry."