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One Small Step conversation partners Jeanne Fashina (68) and Colvin "Pete" Ingram (74) discuss how they both voted in every election since they could vote. They also talk about the influential people in their lives, Jeanne's time in Nigeria, Pete's...
One Small Step conversation partners Tavie Armfield (68) and Meggie Marie Sage (30) talk about their families, their political values, and immigration.
Caroline Wilkerson (21) and her boyfriend, Robby Espano (21), discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic affected their relationship, their family lives, and their lives as students.
Spouses Ena Wanliss (58) and Dean Wanliss (57) talk about their life together, from their initial meeting to having two children, to the challenges they have faced since Dean's stroke in 2014.
One Small Step conversation partners Patti Victor (67) and Greg George (30) discuss how they were actually raised with very similar values instilled into them and how each of them channeled this into the life they've created for themselves.
Spouses, Darryl Ward (65) and Pamela Ward (60), ask each other to reflect on some childhood memories and discuss their shared experience of Darryl having Parkinson's disease.
Colleagues Catherine "Cathy" Vogel [no age given], Catherine Carter (79), and Sarah Zingarelli (68) discuss their work with Friends Of Decatur Cemetery.
Jin Lee (47) interviews his son Hanum Lee (9) about his interests and goals.
Franchesca Peña [no age given] interviews new acquaintance and conversation partner Kate McAlpin (40) about her work as the executive director at the Woodlands Garden in Decatur, Georgia.
Colleagues Ricardo "Rick" Herrera (60) and Dan Davis (39) speak about the battle at Ninety-Six and its legacy, gaining a deeper understanding of history through topography and staff rides.
Aimee Zangandou (39) talks with her mother, Beatrice Uwimpuhwe (67), to remember and share their family's resettlement story which began in Rwanda in 1994.
One Small Step conversation partners Mary Lee Beal (79) and Nanette O'Neill (49) discuss their frustrations with politics and how hard it is to talk to people with different political beliefs to the extent that both tend to avoid political...
One Small Step conversation partners Larry Johnson (72) and Deborah "Deb" Sung (36) talk about their shared experience leaving the church, their complex relationships with their parents, and the need for people to talk to each other in the current...
One Small Step partners Thomas "Tom" Tjomstol (75) and Madeleine "Maddy" Frey (42) have a conversation about their lives, their backgrounds, and some of the things they have in common.
Kiplyn Primus (60) interviews her friend and mentor Sonia Booker (51) about Sonia's life, focusing on her career in business and real estate as well as her experiences in the Atlanta Business League.
Alison Hopkins (27) speaks with her friend and co-worker Brenda Ford (52) about her life during the COVID-19 pandemic, her return to school, and finding her life partner.
One Small Step partners Linda Lewis (62) and Janes Vines (32) discuss their political beliefs, experiences with military PTSD, and media literacy.
Fellow Atlanta Business League members, Kiplyn Primus (61) and T. "Dallas" Smith (60), have a conversation about Dallas' youth in Atlanta, Georgia, and how he came to have a lucrative career in commercial real estate.
Sharifah Parks Al-Amin (48) talks with her mother, Carolyne J Parks (78), about their relationship.
Sisters Nina Moshefi (41) and Anna Moshefi (37) talk with State Rep. Mandisha Thomas (47) about environmental sustainability and environmental justice.
Mom and son, Metta Johnson (74) and Michael Johnson (41), discuss Metta's life growing up in Georgia, her relationship with her husband Clyde Johnson, and her career as a nurse.
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...
One Small Step Partners, Peggy Coquet (72) and Keith Kluksdahl (65), discuss their differing views and connect over how they view the changes in America over time.
Teresa Love Edwards (52) interviews her friend, mentor, and fellow Methodist minister Derek McAleer (62) about his life and experiences as a minister in Georgia over the past several decades.
Petra Gertjegerdes (47) shares a conversation with her parents, Carol Gertjegerdes (78) and Helmut Gertjegerdes (86), about their childhoods, how Carol and Helmut ended up moving to Columbus, Georgia, and about running the newspaper The Columbus Times.