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Heather Chandler (41), daughter-in-law to Sue Mathur (73) talked about Sue's experience with polio and how it relates to the current times in the pandemic.
One Small Step conversation partners Matt Littleton (31) and Judy Kurtzman (63) discuss raising their families, former President Donald Trump, and abortion.
Hayley Norton (36) interviews her grandmother, Gramme Alice (87), about her childhood in rural Missouri and her experience raising her three children.
Interviewing my grandma Gerry about her experience growing up, raising 6 kids on a farm, and her experience with vaccines and more.
One Small Step conversation partners Nicole Roediger (59) and Jeffrey Behrick (40) talk about both being from the Carolina's, where the young get their info, 2022 being the best year ever and surviving cancer.
A discussion about polio with my 72 year old grandma and 80 year grandpa.
John Suarez starts by discussing his childhood and growing up in New York state. He talks about his experiences in the 1960s and 1970s. Suarez talks about learning to listen and avoid being judgmental. He discusses work and family around...
Friends Claire Kyoung (21) and Minna Apostolova (21) reflect on navigating college during the COVID-19 pandemic and how their friendship has helped them both grow through challenging times.
A discussion of two people's experiences with vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases, and how views have changed throughout their lives.
StoryCorps One Small Step participants, Jerry Edmonson (61) and Kevin Besch (56), meet for the first time and have a conversation about politics, religion and how COVID-19 has impacted their daily lives.
Robin Sunbeam (62) tells facilitator Daniel Littlewood (32) about traveling, her daughter, Sudharma Kumari’s life and death.
Ava Floyd (65) interviews her aunt Marie Thomas [no age given] about her early memories, her children, her relationship with God, and the wisdom that she has gained throughout her life.
One Small Step conversation partners and siblings Nancy Harness (66) and Eric Keller (57) talk about growing up in the same household at different time periods and how that shaped their differing world views. They also discussed the Covid vaccine,...
One Small Step participants Betty Macron [no age given] and Marian Deutschman [no age given] discuss their upbringing, their earliest political memories, and the people who have impacted their lives through acts of kindness.
Longtime friends Melanie Kemper [no age given] and Mary Liedel [no age given] share stories of volunteering at the Mass vaccination sites together and other moments in their friendship.
Jay Wolfson (70) shares a conversation with his friend and colleague, Dr. Charles Lockwood (67), about Charles’s career, his leadership, the moral compass that guides his work, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 13 year old’s life during the covid 19 pandemic of 2020
Gail Sara Weinflash (64) interviews her husband, Clifton Holt Jolley (77), about his experience being hospitalized polio as a child, how his polio impacted his family, personality, and perspective, and the post-polio syndrome that he lives with today.
Interview of my grandma about vaccines and how they impacted her life growing up.
Granddaughter interviewing Grandmother of her personal experiences with vaccines/vaccine-preventable diseases
In this interview, conducted in November 2020 in Yorba Linda , California, Shea Harris (20) interviews her Mom, Erin Harris (60) about her work life, family traditions, fun stories and life lessons. Erin shares lessons she’s learned, people who have...
[Recorded Tuesday, February 1, 2022] Grace (78) and Susan (75) recorded a One Small Step conversation together in Charlottesville, Virginia. They discussed activism, military families, and the influence of their religious and spiritual beliefs on their politics.
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews her mom Emmi S. Herman (Searingtown) on Mother's Day, 5.9.2021. They chat about community, collaboration, vaccine awareness, and legacy.
Nina Siegal spoke to her father, Dr. Frederick P. Siegal, about his 40 year career as an HIV/AIDS specialist, from the beginning of the epidemic until a few years ago