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Dominique Robbins (32) and his husband Rockie Sanders (61) discuss their love story, coming out as gay, and Dominique’s work in the music industry.
They talked about their lives, the stories that influenced them, and the importance of family.
My husband talked about how amazing it is to be a father. The things that are important in life and the way love should be represented.
Monserrat Macias Moreno (29) speaks with her friend and mentor Jacqueline "Jackie" Jaramillo (72) about their identity as Latinas, their family histories, and their hopes for the Latino population in the United States.
Gary W. Hawk (72) interviews his wife, Joyce L. Hocker (76), about her family's experiences taking a stand against U.S. racism in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s.
Charles Peterson (64) talks with long time friend Lorie Leaf (59) about his life philosophy and their friendship.
Liam Manning (27) and his mom Bernadine “Bernie” Manning (58) come together to talk about parenting, particularly what it was like for Bernie to raise a queer child and Liam’s journey of self-discovery. They also reflect on their relationship and...
Brian Kates (51) and Lonni Miera [no age given] talk about their work in the neighborhood with the Meadows Park Community Center and the importance of helping others.
Colleagues Susan Edmondson (57) and Jeff Finn (42) discuss the development of downtown Colorado Springs and their involvement in this ongoing project. They reflect on the many variables that contribute to a successful downtown area while emphasizing the unique potential...
Co-workers and friends Brandi Adakai (33) and Jeffrey Jaramillo (56) discuss the food pantry they run in Pueblo, Colorado, locally sourced food, and their Empowerment Center.
Colleagues Steven Kellenberg (69) and Timothy Seibert (54) discuss how the Norwood Development Group hopes to address the growing population of Colorado Springs, Colorado with their development of Banning Lewis Ranch.
Manuela Velasquez (23) interviews Robert "Bob" Holmes (77) about his career, his work with homeless individuals, and the personal impact his work has had on him.
Mother and daughter Carol Braker (59) and Sophie Barker (25) discuss Sophie’s chronic illness, disabilities, and the lessons Sophie has learned.
Mother and son Beth Hatch (87) and Scott Jensen (63) discuss Beth's earliest childhood memories and remember her late husband, Ralph.
Joanna Fix (54) and her husband Forrest Fix (66) come together to reflect on Joanna's experience living with early-onset Alzheimer's, their love and support for one another, and their dedication to "living well."
Jan Claussen (76) shares with her friend Amber Rotramel (33) the story of how she began to tutor a young boy named Vincent, teaching him how to read and write so that he could enroll in the first grade.
Naomi Love (27) interviews her new friend Susan Canaday Henry (48) about getting over her arachnophobia, her career, her relationship with art, her childhood, and the life lessons that she has learned along the way.
Janene discusses the Thomas Mancel Jenkins Reunion
It’s an interview with my Aunt Trish and she talks about how her happiest moments and life and talks about her life
One Small Step conversation partners, Beverly Harris-Schenz (72) and David Stark (58), talk about their educational histories and how that shapes their perspectives on racism.
Friends and colleagues Shaun Walls (43) and Jacqueline "Jax" Armendariz Unzueta (36) speak about their work as community organizers in the Southeast and South Side neighborhoods of Colorado Springs, Colorado.