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Tim Wheeler and Joseph Ernst

One Small Step conversation partners Tim Wheeler (68) and Joseph "Joey" Ernst (40) explore common experiences growing up in small Midwestern towns and talk about their differing views on environmentalism and climate change.

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Angela Suerig and Mary Martin

Rae Suerig (53) and Mary Martin (70) sit down at the Teton County Library for a One Small Step Conversation. Mary is the chair of the local GOP and Rae is now a progressive. They find common ground in discussing...

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Lauren Lanphear and Lisa Murphy

One Small Step conversation partners Lauren Lanphear (64) and Lisa Murphy (35) talk about their families, politics, home schooling and faith.

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Angela [No name given] and Cynthia [No name given]

One Small Step partners Angela [No name given] (37) and Cynthia [No name given] (56) share about their experiences of motherhood and their children's love of theater. They talk about their views on immigration, sexuality, and abortion.

Chickens, Covid and creative community

Krista discusses her life as a homeschool mama of three young children and the hope that keeps her going during this unpredictable time.

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Russell Person and Ria Williams

One Small Step conversation partners Russell "Russ" Person (62) and Ria Williams (38) talk about the importance of education, the role of government in the social safety net, and diversity in sectors like academia and STEM

The Home-school Experience

Cameo Brown spent her high school years at home. Although her mother was trying to protect her, Cameo feels that being home-schooled kept her from fully experiencing life.

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Leila Christenbury and Robert Craven

One Small Step partners Leila Christenbury (73) and Robert "Tony" Craven (67) have a conversation about the importance of learning how to learn, their journeys with the church, and teachers unions.

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Susanne Haynes and Steven Woods

One Small Step partners Steven "Steve" Woods (81) and Susanne "Susi" Haynes (49) discuss their involvement in community theatre, how they maintain their health, and their differing viewpoints on abortion.

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Betsy Hodges and Maureen Sigauke

Betsy Hodges (51) speaks with friend and colleague Maureen Sigauke (36) about their work fighting for marginalized communities and against racism.

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Andra Davis and Suzanne Behrmann

One Small Step conversation partners Suzanne Behrmann (60) and Andra Davis (57) discuss the separation of church and state, supporting LGBTQ children in schools, and assumptions people make about Christians.

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Jessica Rhodus and Jose Saez

One Small Step participants Jessica Rhodus (46) and Jose Saez Jr. (26) talk about the importance of parenthood, faith, and their differing perspectives on public education.

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Jennifer Krogh and Kristi Murdock

One Small Step partners Kristi Murdock (66) and Jennifer Krogh (40) take some time to discuss the impact of the 2016 United States presidential election, their experiences with maternal rights, and the difficulties of discussing politics with family.

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Barney Northrop and William Wood

William Wood (41) interviews his friend Barney Northrop (42) about his childhood, his relationship with religion, and his career as a chef.

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Annabelle Jenkins and Barbara Hendricks

Annabelle Jenkins (13) and her childhood librarian Barbara Hendricks (52) discuss earliest memories at the library for Annabelle. They discuss Annabelle's role of the Tween Advisory council, thoughts on homeschooling, her family, and her engagement with Visual Art.

“I was so excited to go to real school, or what I called real school.”

In this interview between Megan Dixon (15) and her Grandma, Judy Dixon (80), Judy tells Megan about her life. Judy discusses her childhood, her transition between homeschool and public school, and her dream of becoming a teacher. Judy also tells...

Resiliency is KEY

We discussed illnesses that my mother faced through her life and how she overcame those.

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Kathleen Gaffney and Valerie Wood-Lewis

One Small Step conversation partners Kathleen Gaffney (62) and Valerie Wood-Lewis (56) met virtually to discuss their views on feminism, abortion, animal rights, freedom of speech and Donald Trump.