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Ahmed Flex Omar (38) interviews his friend and colleague Chaplain Muhammed Aslan (30) about growing up in Turkey, immigrating to the US, studying divinity, and becoming a chaplain for UChicago Medicine hospital during COVID-19.
David Robert Englert (53) talks to his son, Logan Englert (18), about his service in the military and his five deployments. Logan shares reflections on being raised in a military family and traveling.
Brittany Hancock (31) interviews her grandfather, Tad Hancock (82), about his childhood, his experience serving in the U.S. Navy, his career as an electrical foreman, their family's farm, and the advice that he'd like to pass on to future generations...
Brendan O'Connor (38) and his brother Patrick O'Connor (38) recall their childhood in Ontario, Canada. They describe their parents impact on their creativity, what inspired a move to Orlando, and the relationship their family has had to storytelling.
Friends and colleagues Baylee Sorenson (32) and Brit Liggett (37) share a conversation about their friendship, the small businesses they run, the role models who have influenced them, and their children. They also discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted...
Lois Larsen Walker (73) talks to her daughter, Donna Walker James (48), about living in Alexandria. She recounts saving bricks from demolished buildings, fighting for school integration, and contributing to the community.
Catiya Gainor (68) interviews her friend Bethany Ryals (66) about her career as a military colonel.
One Small Step conversation partners Donna Gulec (63) and Emily Thorn (42) discuss their differing views on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected them, and their shared experience of marrying a non-white person of another culture.
Spouses, David Nadri (57) and Behnaz Sadr (55), share the story of how they left their homes in Iran, moved to Turkey, and later settled in the United States due to religious persecution. They also talk about their daughter, Shadi,...
One Small Step Conversation partners Marcia Oates (68) and Ann Marie Mershon (73) talk about their careers as school teachers and what they learned, the progress or lack there of on women's rights in their lifetime, abortion, and women's athletics.