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The life and tales of my 98 year old great grandma Bertha Schmitt and her message to the family
In November of 2017, 15 year old, Sam Geiger interviews his mom, Tricia Geiger in Los Angeles about her childhood, career path and challenges. Tricia explains in the interview what occurred between the years of 1964 to 2017 in her...
We talked about basically her life. We talked about how her parents were and school life and her jobs.
One Small Step partners Donte Data [no age given] and Theresa Davidson [no age given] discuss their community work, their racial and ethnic identities, and their personal political values.
One Small Step partners Christian Gonzalez (32) and Krista Atiyeh (49) share a conversation about their lives and their families. Christian speaks about her ministry and community work as well as her role as the eldest daughter in her family....
One Small Step conversation partners Deborah Nankivell (70) and Michael Ballin (30) talk about their commitment to community, the people who have influenced them, the role of trauma, and civic engagement.
My mother and I talk about her childhood growing up as a Hmong individual that immigrated from Laos. We talk about Hmong culture and what it means to us and the relevance of Hmong today.
One Small Step partners Paula Siegel (69) and Terry Hutchison (82) share a conversation about their families, the most influential people in their lives, their work, and their hopes and concerns for the future.
One Small Step conversation partners Angelina "Angie" Barfield (50) and Susan Xiong (39) talk about their family backgrounds and upbringing, the importance of education and community, and their frustrations with the current state of politics.
My grandpa, Gary Oberti, has had a life full of experiences and hardships, but through it all he has kept a positive mindset.
We spoke about the day JFK was assassinated and how it made her feel and how it affected the country.
One Small Step Partners Amanda [No Name Given] (49) and Jax Ward (51) talk about their upbringings, how their personal and professional experiences have shaped their world-views, and how to celebrate diversity in the city of Fresno, California.
One Small Step conversation partners Xuanning Fu (69) and Shantay Davies-Balch (42) talk about the importance of social capital in social mobility, interracial relationships, and the role of the DRIVE initiative in increasing equity in Fresno.
One Small Step conversation partners Carole Goldsmith (57) and Estefania Avalos Chavez (20) talk about the important role education has played in their lives, the role of advocacy in their communities, and the importance of equity and inclusion to achieve...
One Small Step partners Kathryn Boren (36) and Ian Landis (27) share their experiences with opioid addiction, suicide, and recovery. They also discuss their political beliefs.
One Small Step conversation partners Randy White (65) and Ryan Jacobsen (42) talk about the importance of community engagement and their commitment to both urban and rural Fresno.
Growing up in Fresno, German Sausage, Chinese Loveboat, 90s Bulletin board chat
One Small Step partners Eric Benitez (20) and Leslie Loewen (48) share a conversation about their families, their passions, the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health, and their faith and values.
One Small Step conversation partners Jim Tate Hill (44) and Jackie Holmes (76) talk about their work in community development in Fresno from different approaches in the nonprofit sector and finance.
One Small Step partners Brian Sterkeson (56) and Howard Payne (50) discuss their views on capitalism and American politics.
David recounts the odd circumstances of his childhood to his daughter, Laura, and they discuss the topics of parenthood and commitment.
One Small Step partners Judy Cavazos (57) and Kc Stokes (47) reflect on the importance of family, and remember the lessons they learned from their grandmothers.