John Trudelle and Jo Ann Goldberg

Jo Ann Goldberg (80) and John Paul Trudelle (80) both residents of Sage Living, an assisted living center located in Jackson Wyoming, sit down together for an in-person One Small Step conversation. They talk about politics, world history, and their...

Charmayne Planter's inspirational path to becoming an activist, writer, and change-maker for environmental justice (Part 1)

In part 1, Charmayne walks us through the interconnections between her childhood love of nature, family loss, and Gullah Geechee heritage, to discover her calling to work with passion and creativity for the betterment of the environment and vulnerable communities...

Roxanne [No Name Given] and Rodolfo de Guzman

Roxanne [No Name Given] (62) interviews her father Rodolpho de Guzman (94) about his life on the eve of his 95th birthday.

Nina Moshefi, Anna Moshefi, and Khadijhah Abdur-Rahman

Sisters Nina Nirvana Moshefi (41) and Anna Padideh Moshefi (38) interview Commissioner Khadijah Abdur-Rahman (59) about her life, her election in 2020 to the Fulton County Commission as the first Muslim woman elected in Georgia, and how the three of...

Stacy Sheets and Ronnie DeNoia

One Small Step partners Stacy Sheets (42) and Ronnie DeNoia (71) have a conversation about the influential people in their lives, what drives their voting decisions, and the "Don't Say Gay" laws.

Della Jones Fried and Marie Tingle

Fellow educators Della Deaton Jones Fried (56) and Marie Tingle (37) share a conversation about their personal experiences in an effort to better understand the needs of today's students and teachers.