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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."
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.
Colleagues and wives, Dr. Hilda Ontiveros (41) and Dr. Jesse Soledad Arrieta (44), share a conversation about their roots, Chicana and Women’s Studies, and the importance of documenting oral history within their community. They also talk about their connection to...
Rishi Ray (19) and One Small Step partner Chris Criscione (59) share their experiences with political division and their belief that people have more in common than they often think.
Kelly Smith (42) and One Small Step partner Ian Brannan (27) share their experiences growing up "different" in a small town, the need for nuance when considering issues like gun control and abortion, and why they are frustrated with both...
Harold Lewis (61) and One Small Step partners Matthew "Scott" Knox (48) share stories about their different lived experiences as a Black man growing up in the segregated South and a gay man growing up in the Northeast.
One Small Step conversation partners Erika N. (66) and Hugh Murray (81) talk about LGBTQ+ issues, diversity in their lives and value sets, and their shared troubled feelings about lies being pervasive in the US.
Tracy Yellen (52) interviews her friend Ruben Vogt (38) about his early life, political career, public service, and LGBTQIA+ rights. The two also discuss the El Paso mass shooting that occurred in 2019 and Ruben chairing the One Fund committee,...
Cate Romelfanger (66) and One Small Step partner Colleen Poleon (50) find common ground around their careers in Information Technology, being raised in military families, and their belief that United States politics have been "infected" by polarization.
One Small Step partners Christopher Smith (55) and Michael Stohrer (38) talk about the separation of church and state, the role religion plays in polarization, and holding the government accountable.