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Before joining the group Moms Demand Action, my grandmother Beverly was a nurse for over 40 years. I asked her what it was like joining the Moms group and what it was like being a nurse from the 60s to...
In this interview, conducted in November 2021, Jana Boster (25) interviews her grandmother Judy Andrews (66) about her experiences throughout life as a girl and woman. Judy talks about the messages she received on how to behave growing up. She...
Ruth meyerowitz speaks about her experience teaching in the UB women’s studies program
Dr. Loraine Hutchins is an American bisexual and feminist author, activist, and sex educator. She is the co-editor of Bi Any Other Name: bisexual people speak out. Her 2001 doctoral dissertation, Erotic Rites: A Cultural Analysis of Contemporary U.S. Sacred...
Amy Guerry (42) interviews her daughter Sera Guerry (16) about what her experience of being a trans woman has been like. They discuss the challenges they have overcome, the role that faith has played in the process and what they...
Jeff Rosen (53) and Bridgetta Bourne-Firl talk about their involvement in the Deaf President Now (DPN) protest in the late 1980s. Both Jeff and Bridgetta were students at Gallaudet University and student leaders in the DPN movement. They also discuss...
This interview discusses some of the main questions from my informal research on the topic of feminism in today's society.
I interview a friend of 5 years to find out more about his views on the society pressures placed on men and his views on feminism
Friends Beverly Smith (74) and Louise Harrison Lepera (53) share a conversation about their friendship, feminism and feminist thought, the Combahee River Collective, mental health, and the coronavirus pandemic.
[Recorded: Tuesday, November 9th, 2021] Jon del Rosario and Maddy Deal have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville. Jon shares about his childhood growing up in Virginia Beach and how he has more recently started following politics with his...
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Michelle Axelson (45) about her move to Provincetown, Massachusetts where she is known for her activism and as the owner of the historic and iconic feminist bookstore Womencrafts.
Meeting online for the first time, Claudia Jarrells (43) and Susan Jankord (68), participate in a StoryCorps One Small Step conversation covering culture, religion and feminism.
Long time friends Denise Jackson Ford (54) and Renoir Finizio (74) recall how they met and became friends through a women's group, and share some of their personal beliefs surrounding politics and current events.
Research and connections are discussed between the two books.
One Small Step partners Melva Curry (75) and La-Verna Fountain (64) discuss their personal values, identities, religious beliefs, motherhood, and potential solutions to social ills.
Punk rock social studies teacher talks about Feminism. (Bit of a warning, though. My phone kept vibrating during the interview, but it doesn't mess up the audio at all.)
Steve Desroches (47) and Donna Duffy (72) talk about their shared alma mater Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts and Duffy's experiences as a woman pursuing an education and career in the 1970s.
Demi Clark has been in the work force for almost 20 years now. She has recently switched her job and has recently graduated from an advanced class at Yale. However she has faced a fare deal of career complications in...
Me talking with my mom about her life and the things that were done in it
The life of a queer Arab woman and Asylee in America
Lee Chandler talks to his mother, Mary, about her experiences in work and education and how they lead her to becoming a women empowering woman.