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- Elizabeth Youth Theater Ensemble 4
- Everytown Survivor Network 3
- Everytown for Gun Safety 2
- Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense 2
- Boy Scouts 1
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During this interview, we talked about how life was when Mr. Harrison grew up and how it is now. We talked about rights then versus how rights are now.
One Small Step conversation partners Laurie Meininger (65) and Pete Montaño (68), talk about travel, family life, voting rights, gun control and gun ownership and the tension between individual freedom and personal responsibility.
Friends Kathryn Eastburn [no age given] and Tom Shepard (54) share a conversation about the ever-evolving values in Colorado Springs and reflect on how they have navigated conservative and anti-gay attitudes in the area. They also talk about the fierce...
James Armstrong (40) continues his conversation with StoryCorps Facilitator, Morgan Zipf-Meister (40), regarding his experience at the Fort Hood shooting.
Jorge Betancourt (30) talks with his former U.S Army team member, Daniel Walker (47) about his experience in the military, gun rights, and the second amendment.
One Small Step Partners Jennifer Einolf (57) and Jim Selzer (81) discuss their backgrounds and beliefs, their shared value of connecting across difference, the nuances of their ever-evolving political and party identities, and reflect on what they've learned from one...
Two teens talk about their perspectives on community and interrupting violence.
Lawrence Adams, founder of one of the most popular radio stations in the Seattle area and retired broadcasting teacher from Nathan Hale High School, shares his experiences with gun violence and his attempts to include women/minority students in the radio...
I, Nadi (18) am interviewing my mother Renee (40) about events that she remembers that shaped her view on America and life in general
American Steve Desroches (47) and Canadian Paul Boyd (50) talk about what the United States and Canada have in common, and what they don't.
Jessica Walker interviews Susan Browder about the domestic gun violence death if her daughter Sarah Browder in 2012.
Spouses, Darius Prather (35) and Leah Prather (27), discuss the work they do as community activists in their home city, Columbus, GA, the changes Columbus is undergoing, and the better future that they hope to help create for their four...
One Small Step partners Tiffany Gray (43) and Chuck McAfee (81) share a conversation about their backgrounds and political beliefs. They also talk about friends they have in common and their families homesteading in the region.
One Small Step conversation partners Chaitna Sinha (44) and Shalako Powers (44), talk about their family histories, the paradoxes and hypocrisies of political beliefs and about the pressures and concerns of raising daughters in these times.
One Small Step conversation partners Sara K (32) and Dan Martel [no age given] discuss religion, their careers, and how their life experiences have shaped their political views.
Annette Nance-Holt [no age given] talks to her friend, Pamela Bosley [no age given], about their son's lives, and the impact their deaths have had on their families. They also talk about their organization, "Purpose Over Pain" and the work...
Interview with Sharon McMahan about her son Juan that was taken in senseless gun violence.
One Small Step partners Mimi Kline (71) and Louis Rose (69) take turns sharing stories and perspective about some of America's most pressing issues including, gun violence, transgender rights, and voting fraud.
Interview with Jake Busch, a young teen trying to make an impact on the community
Joseph "Joe" Seager (55) talks to his friend and colleague, A. "Christian" Hart (56), about how his childhood and upbringing shaped his career path. He discusses his years of teaching at an alternative school, his transition into real estate, and...
Morgan Zipf-Meister (39) interviews her conversation partner James Armstrong (40) about his time in the military and his experience during the 2009 Fort Hood Shooting.
John Owens was shot and survived a shooting in 2005. Leesa Ross lost a son to gun violence. They share their experiences.