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Mentor and mentee Fr. Donal Godfrey (64) and Leandro Gonzalez (38) talk about their experiences as openly gay men in the Catholic Church. They reflect on their faith journeys, their lives in San Francisco, and their friendship.
Mother, Lisa D'Ambrosio (55), and Daughter, Dominique Troy (31), speak about faith and family.
Claire Cote (41) interviews her friend Flavio Cisneros (81) about his life, his involvement in the community in Questa, New Mexico, and his relationship with cooking.
Jay Price (53) and One Small Step partner Jacob Dailey (27) discuss what people misunderstand about farming and farmers, and the difficulty of navigating various political views within their own families.
Thomas "Tom" Barlow (39) and One Small Step partner John Amoroso (45) share their challenges being divorced fathers of daughters, and their learning process around the changing language and mores regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.
One Small Step partners Marsha Staley (70) and Patti Wood (63) have a conversation where they explore each other's life contexts. They find they both prefer to see movies in theaters, believe in trusting their community members, and have unique...
Emily Tomkins (29) and One Small Step partner Joseph "Joe" Loftus (68) discuss their different political beliefs and find common ground around income inequality and being self-described "introverts."
One Small Step participants Sandra Heins (59) and Salye Stein (86) discuss their religious and political beliefs, respectively, and their efforts to find a community of like-minded people.
Cousins Elena Hernandez Melendez [no age given] and Rafael Hernandez (35) have a conversation with their aunt Grace Hernandez [no age given] about their relationship with Basketball in the Barrio and the role that the camp and community have played...
Taliatha Hudson-Palmer (43) and One Small Step partner Nancy Kalina (58) discuss their experiences in same-sex marriages, and how their Jewish and Mormon upbringings shaped their identities.