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"Twins" and friends Jeiri Flores (31) and Luticha Doucette (38) share a conversation about disability rights, activism, and representation in the United States, and reflect on their own experiences as people with disabilities.
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.
Friends and colleagues Kathia Gonzalez (28) and Rocio Ronquillo (30) reflect on their experiences as Latinas in the conservation world and discuss the importance of representation and urban conservation.
Nikolette Clark (26) and her girlfriend Caitlin Masingill (38) speak about their life experiences, identity, and hope.
Serena DeJesus (30) and her mother, Billie Sherwood-Bakhshi (48), share a conversation about Serena's journey towards becoming an MMA fighter and advocate for athletes with autism.
One Small Step conversation partners Russell "Russ" Person (62) and Ria Williams (38) talk about the importance of education, the role of government in the social safety net, and diversity in sectors like academia and STEM
Lynda Kay (57) and her daughter, Trysta Herzog (38), discuss their lifelong journeys as queer women and share how parenting has pushed them to examine different facets of their identity.
Graduate students in neuroscience Emily Celestina Sales (27) and Sarah Josephine Stednitz (30) speak about their experiences as women in the sciences and the injustices they hope will be addressed in diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Oregon.
As a Black woman, Karen has faced racism in the workplace and has been the only person of color in a meeting many times throughout her career. She shares with Mike what drew her to the DEI work she does...
A teenage daughter interviews her mother on her life. The interview is filled with laughs and tears.
Josh Simmons, Amanda Casari, and Julia Ferraioli talk about open source representation, transformative moments that led to increased participation, and hopes for the future.