“I Was in so Much Pain I Had to Get Help”

Shelby Obst interviews her mother, Angie, about her past disease. She asks questions about how her mother had to live with endometriosis and steps she took to become disease free.

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Joanne Bodner and Andrew "Drew" Bodner

Joanne (71) and her husband Andrew (77) talk about how both of their families were part of the homestead program in Oklahoma for Joanne's grandmother and Montana for Andrew's grandparents.

A Farm Boy at Heart

In this interview I spoke with my dad about his experiences growing up on a farm. He also spoke about how it made him the person he is today and how it has helped him with his career path.

“I’m a Walkthefencer”

Asking Brynn Hamer questions about her life and our friendship.

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Leigh Okies and Vawn Taylor

Leigh Okies (47) and her One Small Step conversation partner, Vawn Taylor (40), talk about their families both growing up and their families now, Leigh's work as a graphic designer, Vawn's work as a flight nurse, disparities in land taxes...

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Jack King and Patrick Leahy

One Small Step partners Jack King (78) and Patrick Leahy (54) discuss what their lives are like in California and Omaha, respectively. They discuss their hobbies of reading and sailing. They also talk about what issues are important to them...

Lewis and Lois Corbaley 2010

Howard Corbaley interviews Lewis and Lois (Johnson) Corbaley 2010 Hillary the cat. 5145 Emmett Going up in Omaha, Nebraska

Tafton Thompson and his grandpa Don Ingwerson talk about Life on a Farm

We talked about my boppas (grandpas) childhood. He grew up on a farm and had a simple life. He loved reading books and was the only one in his family who graduated college. He also talked about his personal relationship...

Mom’s life!

Talked about my mother's childhood and what the people in her life meant to her. She talked about how she looks at her life and how its progressed.

Growing up with Marvin

My grandpa talks to me about his life and what it was like growing up in the 50’s.

Great American listening project.

Interview with my mother. She talks about what her family was like. What traditions she had, where she lives and how life was different.

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Sidny Zink and Karen Pontius

One Small Step Conversation partner Karen Pontius (69) and Sidny Zink (70) talk about political beliefs, finding their path to ambition as women, socialism, and racial diversity.

A Spiritual Life

A look into the life of Genie Hart. She talks about growing up and her family. She talks about her spiritually.

Kim Stock and Chris Stock: brother and sister

Kim Stock: 2021-04-14 00:24:00 A Younger sister and the 2021 DE Teacher of the year talks with her older brother about teaching and what it means to be a highly effective teacher... and learn about each other in the process

Interview With My Mom

My mom (age 44) and I (age 15) talking about my mom’s childhood, how she met my dad, and what impacts were made in her life. My mom talks about the relationships she has with her siblings and my dad....

My Mother, a Doctor

This was an interview conducted for the purposes of my AP Lang and Comp class. I ask my mother first, questions about her childhood and growing up. Then the questions gradually progress to the topic of academia and more specifically...

Getting the insight of a mother who had to grow up fast.

My mother Rosalie is a strong women and inspires me everyday and motivates me to become the best me. My mother had to grow up fast and I asked her a few questions about how it affected her and how...