LeAnn Krokker and Bo Petersen
August 11, 2023 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation between LeAnn Krokker (64) and Bo Petersen (68) talks about Apartheid South Africa, history and how politics impact friendships.

The Arriaga’s

Lesley Arriaga speaks about her family, who are immigrants from Mexico and their experiences.

Katie Johnson & Maria Faiola

Katie Johnson (23) talks with friend, Maria Faiola (23) about our stories of understanding our whiteness and working towards anti-racism in the wake of the current uprisings in the U.S. during the global pandemic. We discuss ways we were socialized...

Arlana Reaves and Randi Brasfield

One Small Step conversation partners Arlana Reaves (30) and Randi Brasfield (33) discuss their upbringing in more conservative areas, and both share their stories of learning more about themselves.

Advocacy In Action Jeff Feldman, LSW

Jeff Feldman shares his story of social work--from clinical to advocacy and working on behalf of his colleagues at the National Association of Social Workers New Jersey.

Julie Riley and Anne Amsden

Julie Riley (61) and her mother Anne Amsden [no age given] talk about Anne's life's mission of justice and being an active Democrat in her community despite not living in a democratic area. Julie and Riley also talk about their...

Being the Change with Kenney Tran

Kenney Tran is a Vietnamese American RPCV who served in Colombia, telling stories of exploring his past, learning from history, and analyzing the political movements of today in order to sculpt a better world through policy and legislation. Kenney currently...

I am Innocent, a conversation with Obie Anthony

Alexis Takagi talks to Obie Anthony, founder of Exonerated Nation, about the notion of presumption of innocence and the challenges within the transition of post-conviction. The Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) is a non-profit clinical program of Santa Clara University...

Jacqueline Donovan and Matthew Grosser

Friends Jacqueline "Jackie" Donovan (30) and Matthew Grosser (27) talk about the current state of the world due to the pandemic and social justice activism, their relationship to landscape architecture and the collective they're both a part of, and flesh...

Noah McCarn & Latte

Erin interviews Noah, a fellow seminarian who joined Christ Church a year ago. Oh and Latte, his adorable dog joins in as well.

Kunal Patel and Dasia Clemons

One Small Step partners Kunal Patel (29) and Dasia Clemons (24) talk about the Black Lives Matter protests and different ways to create effective social change in their conversation.

Emily O'Connor and Deborah Parker

Emily O'Connor (37) and her mother Deborah Parker (66) share memories of their respectively unique upbringings, talk about motherhood, and the adventures at sea they took as a family.

Jess Torres and Susie Baldwin

Jess Torres (35) talks with their friend, colleague and mentor, Dr. Susie Baldwin (54), about their work in anti-trafficking and the vision they have for how the work should evolve. Jess talks about some of their mentors, shares proud moments...

Sonja Livingston and Gail Mott

Sonja Livingston (53) interviews her mother-in-law, Gail Mott (86), about her experiences doing social justice work, both in the United States and abroad.

Kirsten Delegard and Ryan Mattke

Colleagues Kirsten Delegard (49) and Ryan Mattke (37) talk about Kirsten’s project, Historyapolis, to map the history of Minneapolis and understand the legacy of racial discrimination in the city.


Monica talks about one of her biggest inspirations, Bettina Love, and how she influenced her ideas on social justice and how it affects the way she’ll teach.