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Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Joy Williamson (70) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...
33 year old woman interviews her 38 year old friend and soul mate about their friendship, relationship to a shared Hasidic past, and their respective dream boyfriends.
Tricia Regan talks to her friend, Nina Porzucki (33), about growing up in Canarsie, Brooklyn, becoming interested in photography and film, and making her first feature film, A Leap of Faith, about a group of parents creating an integrated school...
Stefani Priskos (26) and Suz Robinson (71) discuss their involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina.
Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Randy Tobias (61) about his involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the threshold of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...
Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Susan Siegel (64) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the threshold of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...
Naveed Ahmed: 2020-10-26 14:57:46
Carrie Gonzales, 39, tells her husband Brett Gonzales, 37, about overcoming her addiction to painkillers.
In general, Customizable guns seem to be a more advanced option than the base version. It is because the elements used in this variant seem to be cringing. So, many people opt to personalize guns on their own. Or else,...
John Edward Balthrop, 91, talks to his daughter Sheila Michel, 52, about his military career, his wife, and his medical career.
Ann Lombardi, 59, interviews her friend Anna Woo, 42, about her family’s immigration to the United States and her life here since that day in April 1976.
Cliff Poetz, 51, talks with is good friend Charlie Lakin, 64, about his life as a disability activist.
Barbara D. Martinez (76) talks with her daughter Renee Martinez (49) about her life.
This interview is describing things within my dad's life that relate to the theme of progress and paradox.
Kathryn Wooten interviews Dolores Henson, her grandmother, about growing up with a working class family in Glouster, Ohio, where most of her family and ancestry worked in the coal mines. Dolores remembers the two most important people in her life:...
Michael Aronson (48) and his wife Jody London (45) talk about meeting through a singles add in the newspaper.
Linda interviews her mother Dolores about how she met her husband and at age 16 traveled to Mexico to find him again.
Betty Werner (72) is interviewed by her daughters Marta Werner (45) and Rebecca Werner (47) about her life.
John tells his children about immigrating to the USA from China in the early 1940’s, adapting to American life, and becoming an American citizen.
Ishmael Jihan (60), by his social worker and friend Abby Lamb (29) about his life growing up in Chicago and his involvement in the Black Panthers as well as his political views now.
Mary Louisa Kanalos (88) talks with daughter Kill Kanalos (55) about her career as one of the FBI’s first female radio operators.
One Small Step conversation partners Joshua Gilmour (39) and Killion [No Name Given] (56) talk about religion, agnosticism, tenacity, political moderation, and the common good.
Christy Luck (47) talks to her good friend and One Small Step conversation partner Anja Thomas (49) about how their values have shaped their political views.
One Small Step conversation partners Precious Smith (39) and Lacey Wheeler (34) talk about race, LGBTQ2+ community, fitting into molds, government assistance, and listening to understand rather than listening to respond.