Eleanor Ague and Ben Lashley

[Recorded: Friday, July 21, 2023] This One Small Step conversation was recorded in Charlottesville, Virginia as part of the Sorensen Institute’s summer High School Leaders Program in 2023. Eleanor Ague (17) is from McLean and Ben Lashley (17) is from...

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November 7, 2019 App Interview

Interviewing Dr. Jonathan Phillips, a Professor of Agricultural Resource Economics at NC State University.

Maddy Shearer interviews Beatrice Peterson about International Traveling and Living during the Cold War

Beatrice Peterson recalls her experiences traveling with the American military during the midst of the Cold War to locations like Vietnam, Cambodia, Germany, and Romania while being interviewed by her granddaughter, Maddy Shearer on May 14th, 2022. She details how...

Steve Desroches and Jay Critchley

Steve Desroches (47) and Jay Critchley (74) talk about ReRooters Day a holiday unique to Provincetown, Massachusetts that Critchley created in 1983. Celebrated every year on January 7 on the flats of the East End of town its a beloved...

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Tom Kuhn and Bradley Brink
November 27, 2023 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Bradley "Brad" Brink (63) and Tom Kuhn (64) discuss their backgrounds, political views and thoughts on the future of the United States.

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Tassia Tkatschenko and Nancy Dunne Byington

Tassia Tkatschenko (39) and her mother, Nancy Dunne Byington (66), share a conversation about their family, the communities they have lived in, and their careers in naturopathic medicine and psychiatric nursing. They also discuss how capitalism is impacting the environment...

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Joanne Goodwin and Colton Cossitt

One Small Step conversation partners Joanne Goodwin (58 ) and Colton Cossitt (23) discuss their differences and similarities in their views on capitalism, government programs, environmentalism and guns.

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Julian Xeer and Nandani Bharrat

Romantic partners Julian Xeer (33) and Nandani Bharrat (36) discuss their childhoods and families, as well as their struggles and hopes for their artistic creations and expressions.

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Peter Rumble and Nancy Dobbs

One Small Step conversation partners Peter Rumble (46) and Nancy Dobbs (75) talk about their influences, exposure to racism, and the role of local Chamber of Commerce.

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Chris Skildum and Joshua Dix

One Small Step partners Chris Skildum (38) and Joshua Dix (42) talk about their families, capitalism, government regulation in the construction industry, their backgrounds, and how they came to live in Grand Marais, Minnesota.

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Steve Dixon and Andrea Scarpelli

One Small Step conversation partners Steve Dixon (53) and Andrea Scarpelli (61) share their views on faith, political discourse, and the role of government in society.

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Donna McClure and Robert Vaughn

One Small Step conversation partners Donna McClure (58) and Robert Vaughn (70) discuss political systems like capitalism, crypto-currency, and economics and public policy. They consider starting a "common sense" party together.

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Beq Parker and Kenneth Wetcher

One Small Step participants, Kenneth "Ken" Wetcher (80) and Beq Parker (72), talk about their political views, identities, and differing ideas about the military.

LTNS 435 Fall 2022 T Rideaux

Tiffany Rideaux, age 50, interviews her friend Paige Brodsky who talks about her experience working at an independent record store for over 30 years. We talk about how a mentor, capitalism, and gender have impacted her work.

English Interview

This was an interview with my dad about his opinions on the world and issues. His opinions do not necessarily reflect mine.

Nicolas Newcomb and Matthew Farina

[Recorded: Tuesday, September 12, 2023] Nicolas Newcomb (18) from Long Island, NY, and Matthew Farina (20) from Charlottesville, VA participated in this One Small Step conversation as part of their Public Service Pathways 1-credit UNST course at UVA. Nicolas shares...

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Mike Alewitz and Guido Garaycochea

Friends Mike Alewitz (70) and Guido Garaycochea (59) discuss Mike’s position as a censored artist, what it has been like to paint murals around the world and see them destroyed, all while conveying the message of workers' struggles.