War experience of Elsie McElligott
November 26, 2017 App Interview

Questions about how Elsie McElligott felt as a 6 year old girl during the war. In response to an article she wrote later in her life, Elsie tells of the unity and responsibility Americans went through. Even as children.

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Anita Lee and Christine DeBastiani

One Small Step conversation partners Anita Lee (75) and Christine DeBastiani (53) have a conversation about being people who live on the borders or fringe, gender identity and trans people being politicized, and children being traumatized by COVID 19.

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Kota [No Name Given] and Diana [No Name Given]

One Small Step conversation partners Kota "Dakota" [No Name Given] (40) and Diana [No Name Given] (60) talk about public school versus homeschool education, access to healthcare, and toeing the line between conservativism and liberalism.

Vietnam interview with grandma

Micah Child interviewed his grandma, Geri Child about what life was like during the Vietnam War.

Robert and Christy Duren interview on 9/11

I (Abigail Duren), interviewed my parents over 9/11. My mom was 38 weeks pregnant with me. They both shared about their day, their fear of bringing a baby into the world, and life after such a painful day in our...

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Donna Runnels and Jodi Edwards

One Small Step conversation partners Donna Runnels (71) and Jodi Edwards (63) talk about law enforcement and working in prisons, family dynamics and growing up, and the people or events that shaped their beliefs.

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William Turman and Richard Harris

One Small Step conversation partners William "Bill" Turman (76) and Richard "Rich" Harris (55) discuss serving in the military, the current state of the Republican party, and why taking down statues and banning books both shut down conversation.

Jennifer Thein Interview

Jen Thein, my mom, reflects on her experience with the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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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...

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Janine Getler and Mary Holderman

One Small Step conversation partners Janine Getler (62) and Mary Holderman (43) discuss each of their efforts towards helping people who need housing, boundaries with family and politics, and their ties to unions.

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Sue Watson and Karen Hoffmann

One Small Step conversation partners Sue Watson (65) and Karen Hoffman (70) discuss the people and events that shaped their beliefs and values.

Thomas Galvin 11/25/2018

In this interview, I spoke with my father, Thomas Galvin, about some pretty general things. We talked about his accomplishments, his military service, his cancer battle, his basic morals, and what he wants the future generations to know, and it...

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Patrick Tyrrell and Weston Engram

One Small Step conversation partners Patrick Tyrrell (19) and Weston Engram (21) discuss feeling misunderstood, assumptions people make about them, and their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.

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Tara Casey and Nicole Unice

One Small Step conversation partners Tara Casey (48) and Nicole Unice (43) discuss family, faith and raising their children with awareness.

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Elizabeth Brady and Jennifer Perrow

One Small Step partners and long time friends Elizabeth Brady (58) and Jennifer Perrow (53) discuss what they are most proud of in the past year, working in HR and accommodating the hardships people are facing in their jobs, and...

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Lauren Austin and Kevin Winfree

One Small Step conversation partners Lauren Austin (38) and Kevin Winfree (49) discuss their gratitude for their modest and caring upbringings, military spending, and how their faiths guide them.

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Sarah Sexton and Joseph Lieber

One Small Step partners Sarah Sexton (42) and Joseph Lieber (58) discuss secular versus religious Judaism, interracial families, and their different definitions of patriotism.

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Valerie Agahi and Kimberly Vinson

One Small Step conversation partners Valerie Agahi (61) and Kimberley Vinson (59) have a conversation about raising children, politics, and the COVID-19 pandemic.