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Amy talks with her mother, Dolly, about growing up on a farm in North Dakota.
Molly recalls her experience in a home for unwed mothers in the late 1960s, the death of her father and the death of her second husband.
Kim Allen talks with her parents Kenton and Kathleen Allen about how they met, got engaged and their children and grandchildren.
Laura Bor, 87, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Naomi Haber, 17, about her life.
Gwyn Cready, 47, was interviewed by her friend of 31 years, Teri Coyne, 47, about the sudden death of her sister.
Maureen Mahoney, 70, was interviewed by her daughter, Tracey Merritt, 44, about growing up in New York City.
Rita Danilo (45) and her husband Hugo Danilo (47) talk about their relationship, growing up together and how they eventually decided to have and adopt a total of 10 children.
Shelia asked her husband Tom about growing up in Butte, working in the mines, and his family.
One Small Step conversation partners Catherine Montalbo (60) and Linda Frost (59) talk about growing up in liberal and conservative households, changing their political beliefs, relocating to the south, and gender identity issues.
Jill Schmidt (68) interviews her brother, John "Jack" Badke (76) about his experiences in the Vietnam War.
John tells his wife, Amy, about growing up with a stutter.
Dorothy Blau and Florence Brown are interviewed by their granddaughter Alana Cowan about their parents immigration to America, their childhood, education and their husbands.
Brenda Ford (51) interviews her conversation partner Victor-Alan Weeks (25) about being a young Black man native of Atlanta, Georgia about how he became a Global Multimedia Specialist and Hemp Farmer.
Lourdes de los Angeles Naranjo (57) talks with daughter Carmella de los Angeles Guiol (23) about her family’s path from Cuba to the U.S., and her mother’s sacrifices so she could have a better life.
Friends Edy Dominguez, 25, Quintillano Rios, 20, y Adriana Velasquez, 19 talk in fluent Spanglish about how each of their families came to the United States.
Mary Ann Gessel, 50, talks to her son Benjamin Gessel, 28, about her parents, life, and marriages
Mutt Murray talks to his neighbor Sam Schropp about growing up with horses, farming with his family, and learning to fly small planes.
Jack Powell was a poor kid from literally the wrong side of the tracks who went to college on an athletic scholarship and became a rare-earth chemist who purified uranium for the Manhattan scholarship. He says, “losing my football scholarship...
Mike and Karen Breton are interviewed by their son Kris Breton about living abroad in Iran and Brazil, having children,their marriage and moving to Arkansas.
Vernell talks to her granddaughter about her childhood, early adult life, travels to West Africa and advice on family life. Her parents were strict and also sacrificed so their children could attend a private Methodist school. The school was attended...
Justus Rosenberg tells friend and colleague Janet Harris of his work as a messenger for the Varian Fry Foundation and of his work during World War II for the American Rescue Committee, now known as the International Rescue Committee.l
Barbara Huntley (67) talks with her husband Horace Huntley (68) about childhoods, courtship, and children.
Ronald D. Joos, 63, is interviewed by his daughter Kristin E. Joos, 31, about being gay.