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Don Abraham (born 1929) talks with his son Joseph about his early childhood in Oklahoma, his move to Lebanon at age 3 with his family, and his return to Oklahoma in the 1950s. He also discusses his family and career...
One Small Step partners Michael Sullivan (70) and Jimmy Aschkar (29) discuss their relationship to Wichita, the decision to become a parent, and the intersection between politics and small business.
One Small Step conversation partners Joe Marra (57) and Landon Reid (50) talk about how important their parents were to their development, the joys of both having a 5 year old and how to make some politics a win-win situation.
Nadine Lutz (49) talks with her husband John Lutz (52) about her experience coming to the United States from Lebanon and the challenges she faced.
Benjamin "Ben" Wolozin (62) interviews his mother-in-law Nelly Murstein (88) about her life. They discuss her childhood in Lebanon during a civil war and WWII, her life in the States, how she met her husband, her career as an educator,...
Alta Schwartz (54) interviews her friend Jihan Hasan (48) about her journey coming to the United States and her life here.
Antoine "Tony" Ayoub (81) talks with his oldest daughter, Helen Ayuoub Shuford (52), about his childhood in Lebanon, education at the University of Alabama, and their family.
Friends Hatim Belyamani (45) and Mona Ch (41) reflect on their first memories of music, how they define home, and how their art practice allows them to experience tanfis.
Nadine Lutz (48) speaks with her mother, Rola Jbeily (69), about the stations of her life.
Jenny Rask: 2020-08-23 19:07:45 Jenny Rask interviews her father Gene Rask in their first chat. How and when his grandparents arrived in the US and a look into where they came from in Lebanon around 1898.
Diane Codde (78) speaks to her granddaughter Michelle Velez (30) shared family history and stories of her life, career, and children.
Friends Hadi Eldebek (34) and Layale Chaker (32) discuss their relationship to music as a means of connecting to their Lebanese culture. They consider how translation, drawing from different musical influences, and their audience's reactions shape their musical practices.
Lani Habrock (36) interviews her colleague Imam Imad Enchassi (57) about his childhood on a refugee camp in Lebanon and his interfaith work.
Best friends and soul sisters Lizette "Liz" Rohana (38) and Diana [No Name Given] (34) share a conversation about their friendship, their Lebanese roots, and their deep love for one another.
Dean Zaidan (61) talks with his daughter, Kate Zaidan (36), about the drive and risks he took to open his store, Dean's Mediterranean Imports, which Kate now runs. Dean tells Kate about his path that led him from Lebanon to...
Afeef Hamra (81) talks with his daughter, Lauren Hamra (38) about leaving Lebanon for college in 1955 and then again, for good, in 1975 after the war broke out. He talks about the importance of being an honest and honorable...
Adam Koplan (48) talks to his friend Andrew Nemr (41) about Andrew's life and career as a tap dancer.
Friends John Murchison (35) and Mohamed Eldebek (37) talk about finding a sense of home in Arabic music. They reflect on the shared philosophy of musicians, the experience of connecting to their audiences, and the impact of the pandemic on...
Sisters Katrina "Trina" Kovarik Stevens (63) and Terre Kovarik Armstrong (65) discuss their family's transition from Washington D. C. to Lebanon, Missouri in the 1970s and share how they acclimated to their new home.