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Bryan Feldhiser and Timothy Huck

Friends and One Small Step conversation partners Bryan Feldhiser (43) and Timothy "Tim" Huck (46) discuss their backgrounds and how they influenced their current beliefs.

A Southern Woman

My grandmother, Penelope Ann Lowe Burke, was born on August 31, 1942 in Houston, Texas. At the age of 9, she moved to a small Quaker town called Friendswood, Texas where she lived for nearly six decades. The town was...

Jered Cooper and Reese Barrett

[Recorded: September 29, 2022] Jered (20) and Reese (18) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Jered is an undergraduate student at the University of Virginia. He loves to delve into fiscal policy and foreign affairs topics, an...

Political Socialization

In this interview, we talked about life growing up and how it affected us gowing into the future. We wanted to know how relationships in high school could, in turn, affect the outcome of who we are and what we...

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Cynthia Richmond and Mark Ammann

One Small Step conversation partners Cynthia Richmond (62) and Mark Ammann (62) find they have a lot of unique aspects of their stories in common as they talk about the believing in finding common ground, the foster children in their...

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Wilbur Cousins and Laura King

One Small Step partners Wilbur "Ben" Cousins (66) and Laura King (63) sit down for a conversation about their desire for civil conversations, the pivotal differences between them like their views on abortion, and patriotism.

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Kelly McDade and Howard Davis

One Small Step conversation partners Kelly McDade (54) and the Rev. Howard Davis (46) discuss their political and spiritual influences, the dangers of social media, and how people can find common ground.

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01:02:51
Donna Pate and Brent Ottaway

One Small Step participants Donna Pate [no age given] and Brent Ottaway [no age given] discuss their travels, how their politics have changed over time, and how illness has affected them, their families, and their political views.

Dylan Caine (16) Asks His Mother, Shelly Pesick-Caine (56), About Her Detroit Youth, Jewish Ancestry, and Worldview

In this interview, conducted on Thanksgiving, 2015 in a suburb of Cleveland, Dylan Caine (16) asks his mother, Shelly Pesick-Caine (56), about her quintessentially American upbringing in the suburbs of Detroit. Born into a caring and hardworking family of six,...

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Katharine Herndon and Susan Snead

One Small Step participants Katharine Herndon (55) and Susan Snead (70) have a conversation about coming back to Richmond for its history, teaching kids and engineers to read, and greed and politics getting in the way of necessary medical care.

Service Learning

Living as a liberal in a conservative family

Maxwell Penders and Maria Terry

[Recorded: December 7, 2022] Maxwell Penders (20) and Maria Terry (42) sit down for a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Max is an undergraduate student at UVA studying computer engineering, with a deep interest in politics and government...

From New Jersey Conservative to Colorado Liberal

In this interview, conducted in Boulder, Colorado on May 20th, 2019, Taylor Gallo, 17, interviews her father, Jeffrey Gallo, 52, on his uprbringing and political experiences during the late 20th century. Jeffrey talks about his conservative family and experiences in...

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Adam Rosenblatt and Uri Cohen

One Small Step conversation partners Adam Rosenblatt (36) and Uri Cohen (30) discuss growing up in different economic situations, along with Cohen's libertarian political identity as well as his social identity.

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Dimple Dhabalia and Tiffany Gray

One Small Step conversation partners Dimple Dhabalia (47) and Tiffany Gray (43) exchange their lived experiences. They connect on their work in supporting vulnerable populations, and find they have a shared belief in listening to and learning from other people...