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- WGBH Educational Foundation 5
- Central Synagogue 2
- 2023 Mobile Tour 1
- El Paso, TX 1
- Minot Sleeper Library 1
- Voices of Freedom 1
Mothers adventure from Dominican Republic to the United States when she was younger. Memories of the past that I didn’t even know flourished.
Joyce and I talked about her life and all the fun and sad memories she had.
I interviewed Hebert De Souza on his experience coming to the United States from Brazil for the immigration project
Steve Desroches (48) talks to his husband, singer songwriter Peter Donnelly (63) about his process of writing a song. Donnelly sings a few of his more recent works.
Nina Kleinberg tells Liya Liang the story about the moment she decided to leave her home and STEM education to pursue an education and career in film on the other side of the country
Steve Desroches (47) talks to his friend Austin Tyler (38) about his interests and experiences with the paranormal as well as horror films, spooky stories, and more.
Lily and her Mom Kristen Gerstein talking about her life growing up, and things she’s learned in life.
Interviewer James Bovaird (Age 14) interviews Victoria Bovaird (Age 53) his mother.
Steve Desroches (47) talks to his high school history teacher Dr. William Hanna (74) about their hometown Taunton, Massachusetts and the importance of studying history.
Joel talks about why he came to Provincetown the meaning of his work at the drop in center to the rest of his life and what he thinks of the meaning of the times: Provincetown in the 1970s
Steve Desroches (47) and Deb Minsky (72) talk about the beloved characters throughout recent history in the wonderfully eccentric town of Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Interview of fellow classmate who has immigrated to the United States from Kenya
Humberto Perdomo (74) speaks with his daughter Sarah Gibson (29) about his life growing up in Columbia and his coming to United States.
Long time friends Judy Stoia (76) asks Patricia Kelly (72) about her experience being a teacher during desegregation efforts in Boston in the 1970s.
Lily Aldrich talks to her grandfather Donald Aldrich about his life and the troubles and happy memories he went through.
One Small Step partners Denise Hartsough (64) and Peter Strazadas (64) talk about their backgrounds, values, experiences with race, and their perspectives on the role of government.