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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.
Friends Shawna Brown (34) and Johana Gourdin (26) share a conversation about Black joy and pleasure, queer space, transphobia, restorative justice, community resilience, and accountability. They also talk about the importance of music and movement, how their lives are different...
One Small Step partners Jay Price (53) and Jacob Dailey (27) discuss what people misunderstand about farming and farmers, and the difficulty of navigating various political views within their own families.
One Small Step partners Thomas "Tom" Barlow (39) and 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 Emily Tomkins (29) and Joseph "Joe" Loftus (68) discuss their different political beliefs and find common ground around income inequality and being "introverts."
One Small Step partners Taliatha Hudson-Palmer (43) and 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...
One Small Step partners Carla Farris (51) and Maynard Belson (73) discuss their very different experiences of being in lockdown during the pandemic, why they chose to be vaccinated or not, and their hope and fears for our country.
One Small Step partners Rishi Ray (19) and Chris Criscione (59) share their experiences with political division and their belief that people have more in common than they often think.