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Join Natalia as she interviews her college friend Katerina to reminisce giving back to their campus community through gardening. They address the importance and power that food plays within our daily lives.
Penelope LePome (77 ) and Mary Avery (63) discuss California geopolitics, the pressures of being a public official, and the impacts of Covid 19 on their respective communities.
One Small Step partners Julie Zachary (66) and Larry Bergeron (74) discuss their personal lives and their differing political beliefs.
Waltraud Kuerschner (80) speaks with her daughter Ariana Kramer (51) about the places she has lived and her life experiences.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: John Hess shares his story growing up in West Virginia, where his family valued traveling and spending time with relatives. After going to graduate school at Cornell, he moved to Andover with his family. He...
[Recorded: December 14, 2022] Kat Roth (72) and Wandae Johnson (40) sit down to record a One Small Step Conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Wandae comes from a background in social justice work within the Charlottesville community, and Kat is retired...
Colleagues Catherine "Cathy" Vogel [no age given], Catherine Carter (79), and Sarah Zingarelli (68) discuss their work with Friends Of Decatur Cemetery.
Fred Weiss (61) speaks with his mother Anna Weiss (94) about her life in Germany and the US.
Stephanie Brand (69) tells her local librarian, Jennie Fidler (34), about her life before and after unexpectedly losing her vision to glaucoma in 2016.