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Julia Brown (18) interviews her mother Karina Brown (50) about her childhood, her mission, and her work in healthcare advocacy.
Sarah Foye, titin family advocate, interviews researcher Peter Hackman, PhD, Senior Researcher Folkhälsan Research Center, Finland to preserve the story of the discovery of titin as a cause of muscle disease.
Thomas P. Martin (74) tells his friend Anne Ford (43) about his experience as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Tehran from 1977-1979 and how he escaped during the Iranian Revolution.
Raija Maddock (82) talks with her niece Tami Owen (49) and her husband Robert Maddock (89) about her life in Finland and how came to settle in the United States.
Adventures of the CIA recruits’ efforts to interrupt the Communist festival in Finland.
An interview with my mother about coming to The United States and technological advancements and opinions.
David decides to serve a mission and talks about his training and travel to Finland.
My mother went to a Swedish boarding school in Findland and shared with me some of her experiences there and how it differend from my American high school experience.
One Small Step conversation partners Tavie Armfield (68) and Meggie Marie Sage (30) talk about their families, their political values, and immigration.
Susan Kraft (59) and her brother, Michael Kraft (62), share a conversation about their family history, their parents' relationship, and the love with which they were raised.
Dorothy talks about the homefront during WWII and raising a family in post war years.
Mary Pass (60) interviews her mother, Ruth Pass (87) about her childhood memories and remember Ruth's dad.
An interview with my mother about her experience immigrating to the United States from Finland
Joy Polefrone (42) and her One Small Step partner, Chris Hitzelberger [no age given], exchange anecdotes of moving moments in their lives and the issue of abortion rights.
Bob Kuusinen (69 years old) interviewed by daughter Jackie Kuusinen (40 years old) about dad’s childhood and family history. no
Thomas Higginbotham (52) and Michelle Higginbotham (48) interview Thomas’s mother Irja Liisa Higginbotham (79) about her earliest memories, life in California, and immigrating from Finland to the United States.