The Need for AED and CPR Training

Samantha Blake talks with her mother, Dawn Blake about her heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest of 2006 and her advocacy for AED and CPR training across the country.

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Sandy Wheeler and Donald Cowles

One Small Step partners Sandy Wheeler (40) and Donald Cowles (75) examine their shared experience as military kids, explore the similarities and differences in their political values, reflect on the challenge of engaging across political differences, and connect over their...

Shari Small & Scott Acord talk about faith

Shari shares with Scott about her faith in Jesus and how it has given her strength to move beyond some of the childhood traumas.

The Proof is in the Pandemic (Part 1)

Honest vulnerability made Shyla and I fast friends when we met in Southeast Asia, far from our Southern roots. I also became a fan of her writing (under the pseudonym S.M. Holland) and took this opportunity to discuss "Get In...

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Katelyn Jurney and Renee' Sites-Erwin

Friends and colleagues Katelyn Jurney (30) and Renee’ Sites-Erwin (48) share a conversation about advocating for people who are deaf and hard of hearing. They talk about the importance of both language and cultural access to public services and about...

Barry

I interviewed my maternal grandfather about his childhood. He told me about his family and and what it was like to grow up and meet his wife and start his family.

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Maya Hale and Christopher Mason-Hale

Siblings Maya Hale (24) and Christopher Mason-Hale (29) discuss Chris's quadriplegia, and how the accident that caused it has affected their lives.

Sarah Gray & Jack Delaney, Blood Transfusion Recipient & Formerly Anonymous Blood Donor "Everyone deserves it."

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...

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Mary Aa and Frederick Stagbrook de Clairmont

Mary Aa (82) speaks with her friend and neighbor Frederick Stagbrook de Clairmont (51) about her experiences and memories during post-World War II as a child of occupational forces in Germany. They also talk about fear and uncovering trauma from...

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Allen Hoe and Ed Case

U.S. Congressman Ed Case (69) speaks with his friend and constituent Allen Hoe (75) about Allen's experiences as a United States military veteran, his late son Nainoa, and his perspective on how veteran resources have evolved over time.

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Rhonda Sanco and Laura Coleman

Coworkers Rhonda Sanco (60) and Laura Coleman (57) talk about the work they are doing at Araminta Freedom Initiative to help vulnerable children and end child sex trafficking.

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M Storm and Lauren T

Survivor M Storm (49) talks to her therapist, Lauren T (25), about what led her to Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) and why she chooses joy. M gives advice to others who might be in domestic violent situations and talks...

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Harriet Mentzer and Gail Greener

Harriet Mantzer (67) talks with her friend, Gail Greener (59) about her time as a hospice nurse, caring for cancer patients, and delivering babies. She shares about being a rancher and the death of her seventeen-year-old daughter.

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Lisa Sanchez and Lynne Clunk

Lisa Sanchez (49) interviews her first grade teacher Lynne Clunk (63). The two share memories of their interactions, how each has influenced the other and the obstacles they've overcome.

Shaye

Shaye McCarthy sits down with me to discuss the traumatic experience of losing a best friend during her senior year of high school.

"I need to see my wife, it might be the last time I see her"

Debbie had a brush with death that forever changed her life. She is a wife, a mother, a graduate student, and as of December she is a brain bleed survivor. The odds were against Debbie, but she beat them. Here...

Interviewing an Iraqi Refugee

My name is Nadia Albino, an MSW student at Loyola University Chicago. In this interview I speak to Moustafa Aldouri. As a student specializing in migration studies I focused on the experience of a refugee in the United States. Moustafa...

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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...

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Kelly O'Keefe and Janice Bowman

Friends Kelly O'Keefe (37) and Janice Bowman [no age given] discuss their advocacy for mental health wellness, the alternative therapy method Kelly practices, different wellness treatments and what giving back means to them.

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Sara DeRoo and Connie Going

Friends and colleagues Sara DeRoo [no age given] and Connie Going [no age given] share a conversation about their own families and their experiences working in adoption and social work.

Aiden's Story of Survival and Resiliency

This storyteller had the traumatic experience of being pursued romantically by a person in a position of power. As a young person desiring attention, he was unable to recognize what was happening at the time. Now, upon reflection, he is...