Reflecting on the Past with Nan

I ask my immigrant Grandmother about her experiences in the United States. I also inquire about how she has used math.

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Wes Andrews and Claire Byrne

Former spouses and longtime friends Claire Byrne (65) and Wes Andrews (66) reminisce on their personal history, their migration to the United States and its impact on their family, and the role that Innisfree Village has played in their lives.

Some Wisdom From Mom

Recording in Kansas City, Missouri, Katherine Etheridge (17) interviews her mother, Leslie Etheridge (49). The conversation dives deep into many subjects of life: good times, lessons learned, and some motherly advice.

Unknown American

How it was being an immigrant and his experience so far in America

Life in Wales

I talk to my grandma about growing up in Wales and her life and also about the adoption of my mother.

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Joetta Parks and Sarah Padgett

Conversation partners Sarah Padgett (25) interviews Joetta Parks (65) on her parent's lives, specifically their experience in WW2 and her favorite stories of them.

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Carolyn Cacho Bowman and Robert Shwab

One Small Step conversation partners Carolyn Cacho-Bowman [no age given] and Robert Shwab (65) talk about their political beliefs, immigration, and the division in our country.

Kyle and Liam – 5/11/23

My name is Kyle and I am 20 years old. I interviewed a friend who I met at college, Liam, who is also 20. The majority of the interview topics that we’re discussed were his upbringing and how his Jewish...

Two Badass Sisters Inspire the Rare Disease World

Suzanne Hoff, 76, listens to Sharon Neumann, 66, relate her remarkable experiences as caregiver from childhood for her younger sister diagnosed with the rare, incurable disease of Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) to their remarkable journey developing world wide support (IFOP)for...

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Debi Moir and Halley Cole

One Small Step partners Debi Noir (75) and Halley Cole (28) exchange their views on abortion, military-style rifles, book bans, trans rights, and climate change.

Andy Hall and Katherine Chon talk about forced labor in the global healthcare supply chain

In recognition of Labor Day, Katherine Chon, Director of the Office on Trafficking in Persons at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and Andy Hall, a Migrant Worker Rights Specialist, spoke about forced labor in Malaysia’s rubber glove...

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Rosalyn Schragg and Leanna Hayes

Rosalyn Schragg [no age given] interviews her friend Leanna Hayes [no age given] about Rosalyn’s journey from Rotherham, England to Soap Lake, Washington State. They also discuss Rosalyn’s marriage, children, career, and home.

3rd Generation Jamaican in Britain

I interviewed my friend Neicia who I admire a lot because she is an extremely successful woman, and she has faced a lot of struggles to be where she is incluiding, discrimination from her own community. She once told me...

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My Nana

I sit down with my grandmother and talk about some of the things she learned while growing up

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Matt Peterson and Bronwyn Lewis

Bronwyn Lewis (29) interviews her boyfriend, Matt Peterson (early 30's), about his work in building internet networks. Matt talks about building an internal network at Burning Man, going to Bhutan, and where he would like his career to take him....

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Bernadine Manning and Liam Manning

Liam Manning (27) and his mom Bernadine “Bernie” Manning (58) come together to talk about parenting, particularly what it was like for Bernie to raise a queer child and Liam’s journey of self-discovery. They also reflect on their relationship and...

Family History: Tracing Back with Sophie and Linda

Sophie Haward interviewed her mum Linda Haward about family history in New Hope, PA. They discuss both sides of our family and their origins. One, in Eastern Europe, who journeyed to England in the Victorian era after religious discrimination. They...

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Sarah Shaffer and Erin Lewis

One Small Step conversation partners Erin Lewis (46) and Sarah Shaffer (41) discuss not being "stereotypically Black," coping with serious health issues, and the U.S. political system compared to others.