Kim Spitzmiller and Samuel Orlando

[Recorded: Thursday, April 4, 2024] Kim Spitzmiller (62) from Charlottesville, VA and Samuel Orlando (22) from Charlottesville, VA spent a lot of time discussing the influential people in their lives and how they've learned from others and life experiences. They...

Family Hisotry Service Learning Assigment

My father Alexander Lawrence describes his perception of the American government.

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Gentry Garner and Josiah Blodget

One Small Step conversation partners Gentry Garner (41) and Josiah Blodget (29) find commonality in their discussion of faith, political extremism vs. centrism, the importance of conversation, and relating to their loved ones.

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Joanne Goodwin and Colton Cossitt

One Small Step conversation partners Joanne Goodwin (58 ) and Colton Cossitt (23) discuss their differences and similarities in their views on capitalism, government programs, environmentalism and guns.

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Barbara Kates and Douglas Nye

One Small Step conversation partners Douglas "Doug" Nye (74) and Barbara Kates (69) talk about religion and spiritual life, the Back to the Land Movement, sobriety, activism, differences in views on government, and hopes for their future generations.

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Matt Everson and Lewis Brown
December 8, 2023 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Matt Everson (51) and Lewis "Lew" Brown (59) discuss thier son's struggles, capitalism, and politics.

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Janine Getler and Mary Holderman

One Small Step conversation partners Janine Getler (62) and Mary Holderman (43) discuss each of their efforts towards helping people who need housing, boundaries with family and politics, and their ties to unions.

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Quentin Wilson and Lee Selleck

Friends Quentin Wilson [no age given] and Lee Selleck [no age given] come together 50 years after they graduated high school together in Kirkwood, Missouri. The two talk about the value of listening, the divides in our country, and how...

9/11 Interview With Katie Glaisner

I asked Katie Glaisner, my mom and a person alive during the 9/11 attacks, her point of view on that event. She enlightened me on her personal experience that day and her opinions on it.

The Covid-19 Pandemic

My interviewee was my mother, Zara Pakroo. She is 51 years old. I interviewed her about the Covid-19 pandemic, more specifically the government’s handling of it and how she has felt with precautions and safety measures.