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Robert Delgado (47) shares about the passing of his son with family doctor Sarah Norris (47). They discuss how they met in the Pediatric ICU, finding out his son died, and his choice to designate his son as an organ...
Shirley (56) talks to her son Justin (20) about his time in the military working as a vet technician.
Kalisha Davis (42) and her colleague, Asandi Conner (48), talk about the Detroit Revitalization Fellows program, the Detroit '67 Project, and the importance of how Detroit '67 is represented.
Rowan Whailan (24) talks with his aunt, Glenny Brock (38), about marriage, being transgender, his academic journey, and his identity.
Kon Nak "Ronnie" Choe is interviewed by Julia Stern about his military service in the Marine Corps and his deployments overseas.
Friends and colleagues Portia Wofford (34) and Sarah Warren (24) share their experiences as nurses and consider how social media can help with healthcare advocacy.
Natalia Flechsig (38) interviews her husband Adam Flechsig (35) about enlisting in the United States Army, serving in the military, and coming back home.
Margarete Tober (67) and Doreen Bryant (72) share about the place they were born, how they came to be in Gulfport, thoughts on books and literacy.
Edie Daly (83) and longtime friend, Michael Yates (76) share about their contributions to the community of Gulfport, as activist and organizer, respectively. They reflect on the passing of a human rights ordinance and their initial involvement in politics.
Georgia Dunning (19) interviews her mother, Jennifer Dunning (42), about moving from Maine to Florida. They remember Jennifer's father, whom Georgia called Grampy. Mother and daughter reflect on family dynamics and what it's like for Georgia to grow up in...
Friends, Danielle D'Haiti (27) and TaTeasha Davis-Brown (34) have a conversation about Danielle's experience with homdlessness and the events that lead up to her being a homeless single parent.
Brandon Petersen (36) speaks to his best friend and fellow educator Penny Potts (31) about their experiences and camaraderie as teachers and classroom technology advocates in Colorado's public schools.
Anita Hoffman Makuluni (49) and her husband Dean Makuluni (54) talk about Anita’s experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer in Malawi, their shared experiences as teachers at a secondary school there, and the origins of their relationship.
Armando Rodriguez (88) and his wife, Beatriz Rodriguez (79) remember how they met, how they pushed each other during their marriage in order to move forward socio-economically, and the opportunities they’ve enjoyed and fulfilled as a couple.
Friends and colleagues, Vivian Heye (73) and Steven Jenison (65) talk about the history of harm reduction programs in Rio Arriba Country in New Mexico and their perspectives on syringe exchange programs and medical cannabis.
Friends Beth Jackson (64) and James Edward "Pudgie" Elliott III [no age given] talk about their love of music. Pudgie talks about growing up in New York City as the oldest child in his family. They sing a few different...
Colleagues, Jerry Gadek (52) and Cammy Hart-Anderson (51) have a conversation about their work helping veterans dealing with homelessness.
Althea Lebert (53) talks with Michael Gordon (37) about 'Jobs for Life' and the way that the Pierce County Library supports this career readiness program.
Zorimar Betancourt (49) and Joanne Iuliucci (58) talk about how Zorimar's son, Stefano, died in a car jacking, and how Joanne was the recipient of Stefano's lung.
Keturah DeWeese (18) speaks with her mom Patience DeWeese (47) about her growing up in a family of Jehovah's Witnesses, her difficult decision to leave the church and how she sought a sense of place and community in Charleston, WV....
Corbin Witt (21) speaks to his OSS conversation partner Luke Matthew Perez (39) about their political positions, as well as their views on the death penalty, the attacks on September 11th 2001, and their identities as political conservatives of latino...
Friends Megan Closser (36) and April San Juan (39) share what's it's like to be nurse practitioners and mothers pre- and during COVID.
Friends, Joey Terrill (60) and Marco Benjamin (36), reflect on their experiences being HIV positive, talk about their relationship, and discuss their involvement with activism, and JT talks about his art.
Natalia Flechsig (37) interviews her grandfather Joseph Nulph (85) about his experience joining the United States Army and fighting in the Korean War.