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Cliff Poetz, 51, talks with is good friend Charlie Lakin, 64, about his life as a disability activist.
David Young, Director of Science at NASA Langley Research Center, discusses his life's work studying the earth's climate. After an early interest in astrophysics, he focused in on earth science due to his desire to do research to help humans....
Katrina Oh Schoenwald (35) talks with her husband Brett Schoenwald (39) about how they met at a fundraiser for Able Advocates, a non-profit Katrina founded, what it was like to lose their son Nate and why they keep the non-profit...
Joyce discussed the metamorphosis around working with the LGBT community from the early onset of the AIDS epidemic to celebrating the many contributions made to Laguna Beach.
Cheryl Hewitt (58), a Stanford Health Care patient, talks with David Grady (59) about her struggles and triumphs in navigating school and health care with a lifelong disability.
Patti has shared her experiences and the changes in gay Laguna Beach. Laguna Beach played a role in Patti’s discovery of herself.
Dave Hayward, 61, interviews Georgia Equality executive director Jeff Graham, 46, about the phase of his career from the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic until he became the director of the AIDS Survival Project in Atlanta.
This interview is about the genuine dedication and advocacy Shanna Carter, Founder of Krumpin 4 Success has for every young person that comes through the various programs. Shanna and one youth talk about the program and its benefit on both...
Joanna: 2020-07-27 00:14:46 Joanna (20) interviews Kaitlin (20) on her school district's representative, empathy-driven curriculum, how it informed her involvement in advocacy work, and how candid conversations can develop understanding of anti-racism.
Beth Markley (51) talks to her friend Ty Carson-Eisenman (48) about their advocacy in the LGBTQ+ community. Ty recalls memories of attending peaceful protests of the Idaho senate, now commonly referred to as the "Add the 4 Words" movement, to...
Inspiring change through conversation. In the aftermath of the brutal murder of George Floyd, at the hands of law enforcement, we are launching a new interview-based collection of stories where members can share their personal experiences in coping with such...
Jocelyn Bessett Gorlin (56) is interviewed by her friend Liz McDonough (64) about her childhood in Connecticut, her relationship with her parents and four siblings and how she decided to become a nurse. She also discusses how she met her...
Immigrant LGBTQ stories
Andrew Cook (22), his mother Karen Cook (64), and Andrew's teacher Dr. Michelle Haney (50) talks about their relationships to each other, Andrew's self-advocacy and self-determination, access to education and opportunities for people with disabilities, and Andrew's future goals.
Michael and Hope Coleman talked about how they met, their decision to move into a home that could accommodate large numbers, and the importance of giving back to their community.
Ro Kearney and her son Jack talk about what their lives are like with his Tourette Syndrome diagnosis.
President of Joppa Freedman's Town Association talks about their winning fight for neighborhood equity and environmental justice when faced with a zoning request that would have brought more batch plants to her community.
In this episode, we spoke with Remy Meraz, Founder of Me Tyme Network to learn about her entrepreneur journey as a woman in tech.
After a life changing moment, Wendy Cornelisen decided to switch professions and become a librarian. In less than 7 years, Wendy went from being a student in graduate school to becoming the Assistant State Librarian for the state of Georgia....
Reggie Smith (57) interviews Shyronn Jones (35) about her childhood in Brooklyn, NY. She remembers starting to take care of herself at age 16 and reflects on being a single mother with HIV.
Amy has lived her life with the intention of making the world a better place by being there for others in whatever way she can - as a gay woman, a mother, a neighbor, community member and friend.
My friend Anne Hermann has long had a passion for and involvement with the field of mental health services, particularly for older adults.
One Small Step conversation partners Mandy Schuman (48) and Shane Price (52) share about their upbringings in Texas, how they have shaped their religious beliefs, and what they hope to see in their community moving forward.
We shared our personal Girl Scout journeys and how Girl Scouts prepares us to be advocates for girls and women locally, nationally, and globally. We also discussed the impact of growing up in Orange County :)