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Zack Zappone and his Grandpa Dave King sneak away during halftime of the football game to record a conversation about what life was like growing up in Spokane in the 1950s
In this interview created on May 20th, 2019, in Lafayette, CO, Aidan Stevens learns about the story and lifestyle of his grandfather, Thomas. Tom describes his childhood and life story as a catholic, republican American living in the post-Depression era....
My Grandfather grew up in a democratic household that only supported the left because of FDR who was a great president during the Great Depression. As political ideologies changed, he realized that the democratic party did not fit any of...
Colleen McGuigan interviews her father John Marson about his youth, his interest in politics, and his recent illnesses.
One Small Step conversation partners Ryan McKee (34) and Evan Fried (31) talk about their political beliefs, issues with politically similar people, and how the country can move forward less divided.
One Small Step partners Ronald "Ron" Frantz (64) and TC Burgin (71) talk about their appreciation of Oklahoma and their hopes for its future. They also share how they are different from what people might expect from them.
Zainab Khan (36) interviews her mentee Fuad Faruque (24) about being a young, politically active, Republican, Asian, Muslim American in a post 9/11 era.
One Small Step partners Rachael Glick (60) and Randy Magen (64) discuss loss and grief, their reactions to the 2016 presidential election, their political views, and their backgrounds as social workers.
One Small Step partners Robert "Rob" Lee (32) and Vivian Hagre (79) talk about their families, what got them interested in politics, and problems with the current US political system.
One Small Step participants, Jan Waldron (67) and Lenn Murrelle (58), talk about their familial influences, their frustrations with our government, and their love of cycling, all while discovering they share very similar viewpoints.
Senator Barrow Peacock (47), talks with his legislative assistant, Mary Ann Van Osdell (59), about growing up in Shreveport, his views on education and economic prosperity, and his experience as a Senator for Louisiana District 37.
One Small Step participants Annett Gilchrist (51) and Carolyn Hurley (38) share their views on faith, politics, and social services.
Ashley Clark (34) and her One Small Step partner Jordan Lindsey (36) discuss their experiences and beliefs surrounding racism, religion, abortion, and politics.
Strangers Jeff Fendorf (57) and Dani Bara (52) discuss how politics have affected their personal relationships and the people and events that have influenced their political views.
Jason Ellsworth (Republican State Senator representing Montana's Bitterroot Valley) and Susie Orr (executive board member for the Missoula County Democrats) discuss how they came to hold their current political views and share their hopes and fears for the future.
The interesting stories of a teen growing up in the 80’s and how it’s effected him as a person. *sorry about the awkward interruption.... me yelling was just all good fun, haha!
One Small Step conversation partners Carmaine Ternes (62) and Tom Phillips (65) share their political values, such as education and tolerance, as well as their work in their communities.
One Small Step conversation partners Carol Odinzoff (66) and Pamela Bergmann (69) discuss their relationship to Alaska, their political beliefs and their concerns for the future.
One Small Step partners Jerica Newby (35) and Wendy Johnson (56) talk about the roles they hold in their families and their political values.
University of Montana College Republicans Vice-President Jack Meyer and self-described liberal Ashli Jaschke sit down to talk about how they were raised and what they believe.
One Small Step Partners Katheryn "Kathy" McCoskey (57) and Noreen Carrocci (67) discuss their religious and political beliefs and how the current divided nature of the United States is not something either anticipated experiencing at this point in their lives.