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One Small Step partners Aurora Lee (29) and Nathan Davis (33) discuss their favorite childhood memories, whether they consider themselves "patriotic," and what makes them uncomfortable about their own political "side."
One Small Step conversation partners Nancy Rowsey (64) and Kent Anderson (78) discuss their significantly different political views, their fears for our country, and find common ground around their lived experiences.
One Small Step partners Thomas "Alan" Fisher (66) and Christie Keegan (73) discuss their views on gun ownership and their shared concerns over the tenor of our current political climate.
One Small Step partners Derek Donellon (60) and Carol Lundberg (55) discuss their political views, their families, and personal versus collective responsibility.
One Small Step partners Thomas "Tommy" Orlando (33) and John Sadzewicz (65) share their different viewpoints on abortion, health care, and socialism.
One Small Step partners Patrick Butler (71) and Nancy Duling (60) discuss Patrick's military service during the Vietnam War and their reluctance to express their political views in the current divisive climate.
One Small Step partners Lisa Snyder (69) and Heather Stocker (48) discuss mental health, autism, and their concerns about their own political parties.
One Small Step partners Felicia Fett (55) and Dana Salkowsky (52), discuss Buddhism, their mutual appreciation for NPR, and their concerns about current political divisions.
One Small Step partners Dave Ryan (50) and Lance Baugh (79) discuss their career backgrounds, personal political values, the role of religion in modern society, and find common ground around the role of government and the need for civil discourse.
One Small Step partners Cathy Howard (65) and Joseph "Joe" Parrino (46) discuss their faith journeys, their shared experience as educators, their work interfacing with the broader community, and the importance of addressing polarization in today's social and political climate.