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- affirmative action programs 1
- assisted housing 1
- Atomic bomb 1
- Baby Boomers 1
- Brain Hemorrhage 1
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- Fresno, CA 11
- California State University, Hayward 1
- Davenport, Iowa 1
- Detroit, MI 1
- Ellis Island 1
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Diane Codde (78) speaks to her granddaughter Michelle Velez (30) shared family history and stories of her life, career, and children.
Eric Payne (35) talks to facilitator Mia Raquel (24) about growing up in Fresno and working to give back to his community. He describes some of the struggles faced by members of his community, analyzes the underrepresentation of black and...
Carlos G. Mendoza (65) speaks to his daughter, Erika Mendoza (30), about his life and accomplishments. When Carlos was 18, he worked in the fields picking tomatoes. He later attended UC Berkeley through an affirmative action program and talks about...
Don Simmons (63) talks to his partner, Gabriel Mora (36), about coming to Fresno and feeling cared for by the residents of Fresno when he was experiencing a medical crisis. He follows by talking about his life here as a...
Friends Sukaina Hussain (35) and Zakira Jones (22) discuss their upbringings, their faith, and perceptions around their religious practice.
One Small Step conversation partners Austin Reilly (29) and Aaron Cummings (23) talk about feminism, culture, and the differences between and learnings from Gen Z and Millennial generations.
Paul Gilmore (50) asks his friend Brian Kenney Fresno (56) about his career as a musician. Brian talks about his initial ideas about becoming a musician, describes the "Warr guitar" that he plays, and talks about his ideas of Fresno.
Harumi Sasaki (88) talks with her daughter Nadine Takeuchi (64) about her experience living through the Hiroshima bombing and its aftermath as a Japanese-American teenager and what her life was like when she moved back to California to work as...
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