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Brandi Adakai and Jeffrey Jaramillo

Co-workers and friends Brandi Adakai (33) and Jeffrey Jaramillo (56) discuss the food pantry they run in Pueblo, Colorado, locally sourced food, and their Empowerment Center.

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Juliana Fatula and Tracy Harmon

Juliana Aragón Fatula (66) talks to her friend Tracy Harmon (59) about being a corn mother as well as what she’s learned about her ancestry through her genealogy work.

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Edward Sajbel and Alison Valdez

Edward Sajbel (95) talks with his granddaughter Alison Valdez (25) about his childhood in Pueblo, Colorado, his work as an art professor, and his family.

Christmas Break at Grandma & Papa’s

My grandmother and I discussed our Christmas tradition of pizzelle making!

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Kenneth Marez Jr. and Taranita Costales

Kenneth Marez Jr. (36) talks with his partner Taranita Costales (34) about his journey into researching his mixed Hispanic and Native heritage, uncovering Native ancestors forced into slavery and servitude in the process. The two also reflect on the importance...

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Stella Hodgkins, Theophilus Gregory, and William Hybl

Colleagues Stella Hodgkins (48), Theophilus Gregory (69), and William “Bill” J. Hybl [no age given] come together to discuss their impact-focused work at the El Pomar Foundation, particularly their dedication to convening and empowering communities of color.

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35:30
Leah Davis Witherow and William Hybl

Leah Davis Witherow (55) interviews William Hybl [no age given] about growing up in Pueblo, Colorado, serving in the Army in Ethiopia, and his work in the district attorney’s office.

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Sean McKell and Erik Hendrickson

One Small Step conversation partners Sean McKell (53) and Erik Hendrickson (65), strangers, have a conversation about their backgrounds, families, careers, and beliefs, finding commonalities despite differences in age and life experiences.