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36:25
Jessica Simmons and Liam Carey

Liam Carey (45) interviews his spouse, Jessica Simmons (45), about her background in education, her experience running for city council as a first-time candidates, and her hopes for New York City.

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41:33
Betty Brown-Chappell and Gail Patterson-Gladney

Sisters Betty Brown-Chappell (76) and Gail Patterson-Gladney (74) trade memories from growing up on a farm near Bangor, Michigan with six other siblings. They reflect on what it was like for their family to navigate being one of the only...

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53:41
Jennifer Schuster Jaeger and Gary Melom

One Small Step conversation partners Jennifer Schuster Jaeger [no age given] and Gary Melom [no age given] share their thoughts on political systems, approaching change within those systems, roles of leadership, events that shaped their views, and how to co-exist...

How did I get my first job?

This is a short story about how I got my first job as a shoeshine boy downtown Fort Collins and having a vision of becoming the Mayor Fort Collins through shining shoes.

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01:19:51
Rachel Medina and Clark Craig

One Small Step partners Rachel Medina (33) and Clark Craig (56) discuss their experiences being elected officials in small municipalities, how their backgrounds and upbringings have shaped their political values, and the importance of education.

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40:45
Jill Lippard and Katie Hendrickson

Spouses Jill Lippard (34) and Katie Hendrickson (34) discuss their relationship and how they came to terms with their sexuality from a Christian upbringing. They also reflect on their lives since coming out.

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36:26
Lisa Lambert and Fredrick Richardson

Fredrick Richardson (84) interviews his friend Lisa Lambert (60) about her career as the first African-American assistant city clerk and now city clerk of the city of Mobile.

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50:11
Mandy Schuman and Merrill Price

One Small Step conversation partners Mandy Schuman (48) and Shane Price (52) share about their upbringings in Texas, how they have shaped their religious beliefs, and what they hope to see in their community moving forward.

mby022036
41:34
Lauren Stein McLean and James "Jimmy" Hallyburton

James "Jimmy" Hallyburton (39) interviews his colleague Lauren Stein McLean (47) about her journey and experiences as the first woman elected to serve as mayor of Boise, Idaho.

Michael Payne + Jim Hassmer

[Recorded: Friday, August 19, 2022] Jim and Michael record a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Jim is retired from 30 years of United Methodist pastoring and now volunteers to help reduce food insecurity in Albemarle County while Michael...

mby022858
37:38
Jackie Lujan and Yolanda Avila

Yolanda Avila (67) sits down with her friend and mentee, Jackie Lujan (34), to talk about their shared community, the Southeast district of Colorado Springs. They discuss how Jackie was able to start a daycare business in the community and...

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40:09
Lois Walker and Donna James

Lois Larsen Walker (73) talks to her daughter, Donna Walker James (48), about living in Alexandria. She recounts saving bricks from demolished buildings, fighting for school integration, and contributing to the community.

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48:50
Anna Grady and Carol Clarke

One Small Step partners Anna Catherine Grady (24) and Carol Clarke (58) discuss jazz history and environmental justice in Birmingham, AL. They also discuss Rwanda, the COVID-19 pandemic, and how their family members have shaped them.

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48:16
Chris Helten and Tom Rinkoski

One Small Step Partners Chris Helton (51) and Tom Rinkoski (71) have a conversation that analyzes electric as a power source and urban vs. city life.

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39:39
Michael Gillette and Jodi Gillette

Michael Gillette (52) and Jodi Gillette (52) talk about Michael's career as a medical ethicist and as the first Jewish mayor of Lynchburg, VA. They remember stories about raising their daughters, Rachel and Rebecca. Michael says "intellectual sparring" is a...

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36:33
Edie Daly and Michael Yates

Edie Daly (83) and longtime friend, Michael Yates (76) share about their contributions to the community of Gulfport, as activist and organizer, respectively. They reflect on the passing of a human rights ordinance and their initial involvement in politics.