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Lee Byrd (77) and her children Susannah “Susie” Byrd (51) and John Byrd (49) share memories and discuss the legacy of their family business, Cinco Puntos Press.
Mother and son Barbara J. Bird (82) and Mark C Bird (62) share a conversation about Barbara's memories from growing up, her family, and her schooling.
One Small Step partners Danny Mack (57) and Bill Hansen (69) talk about the complexities of law enforcement and policing, their mutual support of labor unions, the challenges faced by immigrants and refugees, and how money has affected politics.
Kiplyn Primus (60) talks with friend and fellow Atlanta Business League member Michael Russell (57) about growing up in the Collier Heights neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia, and going into the family business.
Mother and Son Nicholas "Nick" Vorpagel (35) and Kathy Vorpagel (59) talk about Kathy's recollections of growing up in a family-owned butcher shop.
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend, Pete Romano (72), about Quincy Farm Chemicals, his family's fertilizer business, as well as about his crop sign project.
One Small Step partners, Sundra Flansburg (63) and Robin Bumbera (60), share about their experience as mothers, what they find important, and how visiting Central American and Caribbean countries have shaped their views about politics and poverty.
My father, Tony Spolar, talked about his experience owning a business during the 2008 recession.
Cousins Bobby Mitchell (45) and Corey Mitchell (43) share a conversation about their childhood in rural Missouri, Bobby’s struggles with homelessness and addiction, Bobby’s passion for ministry, and how their bond has sustained them through it all.
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.