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Steve Desroches (49) talks to his nephew Conor Donnelly (27) about his life in theater.
One Small Step partners Marilyn Sanders (58) and Brent Shelton (63) discuss discomfort with their own political "side," patriotism, and the polarization around wearing masks.
One Small Step partners John Jones (55) and Rebecca Snell (55) discuss patriotism, the affects of the Covid-19 pandemic, and advice they'd give their younger selves.
One Small Step partners Donald Rogus (76) and Denise Davis (69) have a conversation about their passion for art and poetry.
One Small Step partners Paul "Scott" Crenshaw (59) and Lisa Thompson (48) have a conversation about how they came to be apart of their religious communities and the role of politics within religion.
One Small Step partners Ronald "Ron" Gunzburger (60) and Tricia Rutledge (75) have a conversation about their political views transforming over time, politicians being a bundle of insecurities, and what they are most proud of in the past year. Note...
One Small Step partners Andrew Langer (52) and Zak Young (48) discuss growing up in highly-integrated communities, preparing to be empty-nesters, and their hopes and fears for our country's future.
One Small Step partners Mary "Elizabeth" Ortuno (44) and Gregory "Greg" Thompson (68) discuss the long-term affects of pandemic lockdowns, how law enforcement handles people with mental health issues, and why they think flags have been politicized.
One Small Step parters Melanie Henry (42) and Rainman Davis (50) have a conversation about what they are most proud of in the past year, their pandemic experiences, and their relationships to church.