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Tim Young (61) and One Small Step partner, Paul Lewis (71), exchange personal experiences, religious beliefs, and political concerns.
Julia Hughes interviews her grandmother Bonnie Hughes about her high school and college educational experiences growing up. The conversation then fixates on how she became involved with the women's equality movement in the 1960s and 1970s. interview recorded on 2022-09-13.
Brianna Lopez (20) talks with her close friend Aleta Mascorro (25) about her childhood, her story, and how intergenerational trauma affects the Latinx community.
Tara Lupo (61) interviews her friend and colleague Lina Ridge (63) about her experiences as a hospice nurse. They discuss hospice versus palliative care, indigent care, and do-not-resuscitate orders. They also share memories of working in the hospice field.
In this interview, conducted on April 29th, a student at Clover Park High School in Lakewood Washington, interviewing my dad, Tyson Prater about his life experiences. The main idea of the interview is how life has gone for him and...
Jesus Blanco(15) talks with his mom, Maria (49), about her life and their family history.
Harmony Justice [no age given] and friend Roslyn Smith (60) were mothers at Bedford Hills Correctional facility, the two discuss the impact of being incarcerated.
Isabella Mukankusi (46) talks to her new friend Zazil Davis-Vazquez (27) about her experiences growing up in Uganda, being a mother, and as a lawyer who is studying in Columbia's Human Rights Advocacy Program.
Kayla Colon (31) shares a conversation with her mother, Becky Colon (52). Becky remembers her childhood, talks about challenges she has faced, and shares memories of her family.
One Small Step conversation partners Kandee Klein (73) and David Thatcher (64) talk about the forces that shaped their political values, perceptions of liberalism and conservatism, patriotism, and what it means to be a Kansan.
A Interview of the life of my neighbor, Bert and how he overcame the obstacles that came his way.
Jenny Modesitt (37) is a family friend of mine who had to have brain surgery to get rid of her epilepsy. In this interview, we talk about the struggles she had to go through, the people that helped her, and...
[Recorded: Friday November 12th 2021] Susanna Kharatyan and John Smith reflect on their lives, they people who have influenced them the most and the hopes they have for the future.
Lore (33), talks with her daughter (Melanie aka me) about her childhood, heartbreaking experiences and why she is the person she is today. Along with making connections with all the memories which happen.
Styra Goldblatt: 2021-11-27 23:03:33 Jo Seiden (72) is interviewed by her granddaughter, Styra Goldblatt (16), about her childhood and family life, teenage years, and her years of parenting. Jo talks about her favorite memories, the role of religion in her...
Our happiness and sorrow in the third year of senior high school: What precious and unforgettable memories have we left behind in the third year of senior high school, especially in the college entrance examination? Today, Isabelle is going to...
Hello, my name is Keely Arnold, and this is an interview with grandmother, Julie Krebser. This interview focuses on the following topic: "How Has Adolescence Change Since You We're A Child To Now?"
Diana, a junior in high school, speaks on her experience as a Chechen and as a Muslim growing up in America.