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We discussed he experience immigrating to the US, the changes in her former home, creating a community, and acceptance and assimilation of immigrants.
In this episode I sit down to talk with Joe Stone, director of mission at Teton Adaptive and a C7 partial quadriplegic and Pierre Bergman a T7 paraplegic about their experiences with ableism. I also talk to Lyndsay Rowan who...
Marjan Vayghan (27) and Christy Roberts (29) talk about becoming artists and activists and the moments that have shaped them. They also talk about the Occupied movement and their part in it.
This is an interview to honor Mrs. Maria McNair and her exceptional dedication to Jacksonville's early childhood education. Mrs. McNair shares her life experiences, thoughts, and views on how she has become who she is today.
One Small Step conversation partners David Rasmussen (75) and Margaret "Renee" Peyton (73) discuss the intermingling of religion and politics.
Dale McCollum is my neighbor. In this interview we discuss her hometown, early family, and current lifestyle.
Eva Davis (15) interviews her grandmother, Tiffany Davis (50) about her first date with her current partner, one of the most important people in her life, and about how her life has been different then what she imagined.
My dad told me about his day on 9/11 and how terrifying it was. Additionally, he spoke on how it changed him as a person.
Born Black and blind, proud American, state of Black people, not believing in racism, not using his blinds as an excuse, Not being called an "African American" , Black Economic Group.
Who says work ends when you retire? For Tom Dunne, University of California Santa Barbara, the work is still finding him. Instead of heading off to the Amazon to find discovery, these days he need only look out his window...
Anna Ramirez: 2020-06-03 13:38:48 Anna interviews Shanon on the shift in a minster's life as she continues to bring community and connection to her church flock during the pandemic.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Leah Okimoto was born in upstate New York, and after having to move to several places across the country, she settled in Marlboro, Massachusetts, where she cemented her childhood. In New York City, she pursued...
Sarah Gray, age 47, (Washington DC) blood transfusion recipient, interviews Jack Delaney (61), one of the 10 anonymous strangers who donated 1 of the units of the blood she received during childbirth in 2010. "I'd like to make a new...
As a mission scientist with NASA's Operation IceBridge, John Sonntag has been keeping an eye on the polar ice caps for the better part of 20 years. The good news is, he is very well-versed in the science and analysis...
Conversations about community and connection.
Thomas Wagner, NASA's Program Scientist for the cryosphere, discusses how his life has developed to study the Arctic and Antarctic. Even though as a student he initially found himself bored by studying glaciology, he soon discovered a passion for polar...
John A. Johnson (69) speaks with his son Jonathan Johnson (33) and his daughter Keilah Johnson (32) about his life growing up in the South.
I interviewed my two uncles and my mom about their experience being in LA when the Rodney King riots occurred.
Cloud scientist Steven Platnick is trying to learn how clouds may magnify—or minimize—the effects of climate change. He first got excited about clouds when his Ph.D. advisor, who "treated us like equals," started asking questions about clouds. "He asked questions...
Sr Jacqueline shares with Molly about her experience as a sister and her hopes for the future. She shares her experience and feelings for The Mount.
Dalton speaks about his life, lessons learned, and lessons to pass down.
AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner Interview of Prudence Crawmer, studying Environmental Studies and Geography, at Pikes Peak Community College
Carrie and Danielle reflected on this week’s Service Corps trip, including the myriad opportunities we had to see Worker Well- Being in action and spending time with those who make our clothes.
Emma Irwin explores a nuanced view of open source maintainership in today’s landscape, digging into what characteristics good maintainers cultivate, what role mentoring plays in maintainership, and how history influences who becomes a maintainer.
Two teens talk about their perspectives on community and interrupting violence.