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- social beliefs and practices 34
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I interviewed my dad, Scott Sargent, on November 23, 2018 in Vestavia Hills, AL. We discussed his childhood, how being a parent affects him, and his greatest accomplishments in life. Between minutes 4 and 7 he discusses how he created...
My grandmother talks about her first ever voting memory when she was 21 years old in Whittier, California, and a certain issue that she votes for in elections.
discussed my mom’s childhood, teen years, school life, life lessons, and love life.
Henry Rutsch interviews Nancy Costello and she tells her expierence in the 2018 general election.
We talked about voting and what she felt like the first time she voted. We also talked about her early memories of her village and my grandpa and my mom as a young kid.
Join Enrique, Ashley, Jake and Lesley as they discuss how poverty affects voting in the united states.
On November 26, 2017 I, Ashlynn Bara, interviewed my dad, Staśi Bara in Vestavia Hills, Alabama. He talked about his childhood and how he became the dad he is today.
In this interview, conducted in December 2017 at Sebastopol Regional Library, Trevyn(17) interviews Nancy Unger(65) about her life. She talks about her childhood, school life, Vietnam protests, voting tips, and her career as a gerontologist.
I talked to Katy James, my mother, about her childhood, college, career, and many life accomplishments. We also talked about advice for future generations as well as 9/11.
James Bignall (56) talks with Chris Pruett (61) about Chris's experience being homeless. Christ relates how he navigates being homeless and ideas for how to help the homeless.
One of the major barriers to voting is apathy. Apathy is the lack of interest, enthusiasm, and concern for something. In this podcast, we explore the reasons why people feel apathetic towards the voting process.
In this interview, Marcus McNeill interviews his family member, Alice. The topics discussed are Voting, Current Issues and personal questions were asked
I talked with my Grandpa about some things that have impacted his life, what he is proud of, and what he values most in his life.
Mustafa Dabaja interviews his brother Rami Dabaja on what he thinks of America and how we should move forward. Together they address the problems we have as a society and how we should fix them.
One Small Step conversation partners Scott Hill (59) and Robert "Bob" Richard (67) discuss their relationships to religion and how working in the church has informed their political beliefs.
In this interview, I (17)spoke with my grandmother, Juanita Candies (75) about her childhood and life experiences. We talked about school, religion, jobs, and relationships