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Sandra Myles (74) interviews her son Bradley Myles (41) about his work in the anti-trafficking field.
Chaz Amos (18) and his friend SaVon DeWitt (18) talk about the impact that COVID-19 has had on them and their graduating high school class.
Best friends Sang Rem (27) and Rayvan Williams (24) talk about meeting in high school and the friendship that they have. Sang shares about her experience as a refugee who came to the US from Burma/Myanmar. Rayvan shares about the...
One Small Step partners Denzal Zarinelli (34) and Levi Feil (20) talk about their lives in Kansas, their faith, and their views on healthcare, gun rights, and immigration.
Dr. Jean Kanokogi (49) talks with friends Marti Malloy (34) and Angelica Delgado (30) about their experiences competing in Judo at the Olympics and shares memories of her mother, Rusty Kanokogi, who was considered the "Mother of Women's Judo."
Katie Andraski (64) speaks with her One Small Step partner Debra Clinton (62) about their experiences growing up and going to school, learning about racial inequality as they progressed in life, reflecting on political division, bonding with their own students,...
Julie Allen (52) speaks with her One Small Step partner Chigoke Adoma (70) about diversity, memories of school desegregation and bussing, the movement for voting rights, their political beliefs, and their hopes for the future.
Sisters Cinzia Bishop (28) and Chiara Moore (30) talk about Cinzia's experience being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at age 25. Cinzia talks about how she experiences her MS and how she has advocated for herself and encourages others with MS...
Michael "Mike" Callahan (60) speaks with his daughter Emily Callahan Thompson (30) about his experiences in the US Army before the fall of the Iron Curtain, and later memories with the Coast Guard on rescue missions for the 1991 Perfect...
Hilary Lithgow (47) asks her mother-in-law, Jane Lithgow (78), about her time in the military as a nurse. They discuss sexism in the military, drills and procedures Jane had to learn as a nurse, and what it was like for...
Olivia Smoliga (26) talks with friend and teammate Melanie Margalis (28) about their swimming careers and their experiences at the Olympics.
Carlyle "Buck" Simmons (74) speaks with his wife Patricia "Patty" Simmons (74) sharing memories of his experiences as a Marine helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War.
Ron Nakao [no age given] talks to his colleague Jane Fry [no age given] about their work with ICPSR, the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
Pamela Sulton (60) talks to her father, Edward Hampton (84) about his time in the Navy, his time the Air Force, and his time working on Fort Jackson for thirty years.
Jacob A. Johnson (67) interviews his uncle Edgar Lawrence (92) about his time in the Navy, his transition back to civilian life, and his life after the military.
Brenna Greer [no age given] talks to her students, Katherine Leary (20) and Annabel Springer (21), about the influence of history on current events.
Jennifer McGinn [no age given] speaks with her One Small Step conversation partner Katherine Duda (51) about being descendants of Holocaust Survivors, raising their children, generational trauma, and conversations around social justice beginning with the renaming of their town of...
Kyser Lough (37) interviews his father Tom Lough (78) about his experiences competing in the 1968 Olympics as a modern pentathlete.
Dhruv Patel (17) speaks with his school counselor Preethy Jayant (38) about identity and culture, and shares how impactful it has been to work with her, as she was his first South Asian teacher.
Sami Hussain Ismat (28) is interviewed by his partner Amira Hegazy (27) about growing up in Damascus, Syria, the community building around food in Syrian culture, exploring his identity through the arts, and how the Syrian diaspora is forging a...
Daniel "Dan" Mosca (80) shares stories from his life, including his military service with his son Daniel "Paul" Mosca (50).
Johanna Bleckman (39) speaks with her colleague and pretend sibling David Bleckley (40) about their work at the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, becoming close friends, Johanna's memory loss challenges from Multiple Sclerosis, and the preservation of data...
Jade Nguyen (21) and her friend Runnei Mawi (21) share their childhood memories of growing up in Vietnam and Burma, respectively, their first impressions of the United States, and how they've grown accustomed to their new lives.
Colleagues and friends Melanie Thompson (24) and Taina Bien-Aime (62) talk about Melanie's lived experience in sex trade. They discuss the systems -- racism and misogyny -- that influence the sex trafficking industry and talk about how partial decriminalization offers...
Tamara Qawasmeh (27) speaks with her friend and coworker Piotr Krzystek (27) about their work as data curators for the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, how they arrived in their roles, and what they love about the research.