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One Small Step participants Tyler Beam (44) and Sarah Davis (40) discuss their experiences living abroad, what it's like pursuing a second career and master's degree in their forties, their political beliefs, and their spiritual identities.
Keithley Wilkins (64) shares a conversation with his wife, Joan Allen (62), about the boy, Herbert, who his mother and father adopted and the relationship they have all had throughout the years.
Seanwong J. Brown (47) is interviewed by his friend Ahmed "Flex" Omar (39) about his experiences growing up in a biracial family, his early interest in the Air Force, life in Europe, working in finance and the hospitality industry.
Although aligned with different parties, One Small Step conversation partners Jeff Chamberlain (61) and Jay Brown (49) connect on some of their more moderate stances, their thoughts on healthcare, and their hopes for the country's future.
Melanie Hellesen (48) shares her experiences as a military spouse and nurse with conversation partner Hazel Diaz (35).
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.
Michael Denise Richardson (72) interviews his brother Kenneth Joseph Fields (71) about his service in the Air Force and what it was like living abroad in Europe.
Julisa Voinche (61) speaks to her fiance Rob Gilroy (55) about her long journey with chronic pain due to adhesions, how it's impacted their relationship and inspired Julisa to give back.
Linda Gorham (58) tells her friend Gwendolyn Hilary (68) about being a professional storyteller. She also talks about what she learned from her grandfather who was a Pullman Porter, her passion for golf and how she learned about race in...
Renate Dollinger (91) talks with daughter Amy Boles (51) about her personal history escaping Nazi Germany. Renate lived in London and eventually went back to Germany after the war to work as a translator for the U.S. Army before moving...
Waltraud Ilse Kuerschner-Burton, "Wally" (70) tells her daughter Ariana Kramer (41) about her childhood in Darmstadt, Germany during World War II and immigrating to the United States as a child.
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.
David Moore (95) shares his stories from serving in World War II with his son Robert "Bob" Moore (62) and his daughter-in-law Sylvia Moore (60).
Charita Harmon (66) interviews her uncle Herman Boyd (82) about his service in this military, his experience as an African American man in the military, and what advice he would share with younger members in his family who are considering...
One Small Step conversation partners Gabor Szovati (63) and Melanie Alvarado (38) talk about climate change, their experiences working in correctional facilities, and their parents' influences on their political views.
Lynn Fremed [no age given] and her One Small Step partner, Cristina Ramirez (46), discuss their experiences in Richmond and issues of class struggle, diversity, and education accessibility.
Susan Kraft (59) and her brother, Michael Kraft (62), share a conversation about their family history, their parents' relationship, and the love with which they were raised.
Karen Schnur (55) interviews her aunt Renate Benjamins (90) about Renate's early life as a child during World War II in Breslau, Germany (now Wroclaw, Poland), and Renate's eventual immigration to the United States in the 1950s.
Brothers Ron Seybold (64) and Robert "Bob" Seybold (62) talk about their peace-time military service.
Carma Clark (51) speaks with her wife, Heather Weiner (52), about enlisting in the Army to further her dreams of becoming a police officer. She tells a story about falling in love with a Sergeant, being outed, and being forced...
Otto "Ted" Theodore Benfey (90) speaks about WWII.
Bryce Fisher (30) discusses his experiences with vascular cancer and finding out his diagnosis on his mother's birthday.
George Bickford (72) talks to his new friend Karen Morris (45) about being a gay man in the US Air Force in the 1970s. He remembers attitudes on homosexuality in the Military in the 1970s as "tolerant." He describes the...
U.S. Army veteran Joe Hester (80) tells his granddaughter Bethany Weisberg (22) about his service.