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One Small Step partners Janet [No Name Given] (37) and Betsy Haddad (55) discuss pressure to have children, the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth's behavioral health, and navigating drug use as a parent.
Ashley Paul (18) interviews her mentor Aisha Young (43) about gerontology, black elder care, and Aisha’s organization African Americans in Gerontology.
Lacey Andersen (40) talks with her friend and colleague Kendall O'Connor-Tappan (34) about their experiences as educators and mothers.
Mattie Hamilton (19) and her writing coach Sonja Killebrew (43) discuss themes of writing and creativity, sexuality, COVID-19 and Mattie's experiences in the foster care system.
Friends Al-nisa Petty (33) and Ezra Vallecillo (33) share their thoughts on the meaning of home, community, and personal growth.
Siblings Kristan Fjeldsted (64) and Mark Fjeldsted (53) discuss their family business and the hurdles it has overcome through the years.
One Small Step partners Martin Wegbreit (71) and Sara Rhem (58) discuss the role religion plays in their lives and their experiences losing their sons to suicide.
One Small Step conversation partners Lindsey Halman (44) and Tonya Trub (47) spend an hour discussing the experience of raising a single child, the differences between equity and equality, and the ways that faith inform their political perspective.
One Small Step partners Frances Boynton (63) and Charlie Nelson (67) sit down for a conversation as neighbors in the town of Richmond, VA. They find they agree that we have a lot more in common than we have differences,...