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Claire Kyoung and Minna Apostolova

Friends Claire Kyoung (21) and Minna Apostolova (21) reflect on navigating college during the COVID-19 pandemic and how their friendship has helped them both grow through challenging times.

Sherica Jones-Lewis and Allison Poindexter

[Recorded: Friday, October 29th, 2021] Sherica Jones-Lewis and Allison Poindexter have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. The two women bond over their shared background as educators and talk about teaching and parenting in tenuous times. They also...

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Mohamed Shoreibah and Lynda Wilson

One Small Step conversation partners Mohamed Shoreibah (47) and Lynda Wilson (72) discuss immigration, political misinformation, Birmingham's history of racism and political struggle, and their hopes for its future.

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Anna George and Britton Haigh

One Small Step conversation partners Anna George (25) and Britton Haigh (19) discuss political parties in the U. S. and other Democratic countries' political systems, their political and social values, the internet ecosystem, media and social media, misinformation and disinformation,...

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Sally Harrison and Judith Dubin

One Small Step partners Sally Harrison (66) and Judith "Judy" Dubin (76) talk about their experiences as coaches/consultants, travel, and their concerns about the current political divide.

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Regina Cooper and Katie Towns

Colleagues Regina Cooper (68) and Katie Towns (43) discuss their pandemic experiences and shared appreciation for the partnership between The Library Center and the Health Department during COVID.

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Rima Runtzel and Allison Patterson

Allison "Alli" Patterson (17) interviews her mother, Rima Runtzel (39), about Rima's father who passed away from AIDS. Rima talks about memories of her father before his diagnosis, how his personality changed as the disease progressed, and memories from her...

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Suzanne Asha Stone and Cynthia Hand

Cynthia Hand [no age given] and her birth mother, Suzanne Asha Stone [no age given], share a conversation about finding one another, Cynthia's adoption, and their experiences getting to know each other after they were separated for over 40 years.