Bread Breakers

Public Community Community Organizations

Interviews

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One Small Step: Robert

"Sometimes my religious beliefs get in the way of my actual thinking about politics."

03:27
One Small Step: Wendy

"Everything that I've done has shaped everything I do today,"

01:36
One Small Step: Peter

"The election of Donald Trump turned me into a political activist."

00:48
One Small Step: Gabby

"I do disagree with some coworkers on some beliefs but I do still respect them."

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One Small Step: Zach

"My brother-in-law is from Peru and his family is having a difficult time staying in the country as of recently, so that sort of changed how I looked at things."

01:51
One Small Step: Rebecca

"I think having one of my daughters being involved in Hillary's campaign was very empowering."

01:10
One Small Step: John

"I grew up in the 90's during a lot of economic prosperity, so I think that gave me kind of an optimistic outlook."

02:29
One Small Step: Jim

"Currently I'm a civics teacher for high school--I teach American Politics, so I try to be unbiased in teaching our youth, and let them make their own decisions."

07:55
One Small Step: Pryna

"Being both socially liberal, as well as economically and fiscally liberal is not typical usual for an Indian American family."

01:59
One Small Step: Anonymous

"Women didn't have a lot of rights in the '50s and 60's. They started to come around in the 70s."

06:21
One Small Step: Anonymous

"I feel that attending college in a big city really helped out."