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- homelessness 2
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One Small Step Conversation partners Eddie Durant (56) and Vinay Kumaran (52) talk about their careers, how politics affects their work, and the role of social media in disinformation and polarization.
Colleagues Guadalupe Becerra-Perez (40) and Cyndi Ragona (51) share a conversation about working in a community clinic during the COVID-19 pandemic and about the importance of mental healthcare for healthcare professionals.
Dr. James Beckerman is a physician who volunteers for the World Telehealth Initiative run by Sharon Allen. Through this program they are able to bring healthcare to remote villages all over the globe. Dr. Beckerman currently works with a clinic...
Shortly after Marti's daughter Julia was born she was diagnosed with incontinentia pigmenti. It was affecting her central nervous system and the doctors didn't expect her to live more than a few years. Marti learned everything she could about this...
[Recorded Tuesday, February 1, 2022] Grace (78) and Susan (75) recorded a One Small Step conversation together in Charlottesville, Virginia. They discussed activism, military families, and the influence of their religious and spiritual beliefs on their politics.
One Small Step conversation partners Faith Machuca (23) and Adrian Paul [no age given] discuss their major influences, careers, life in Reno, social issues, politics, and religion.
Willie, a native Alaskan Iñupiaq, speaks with Angela about how the influx of Russians, Europeans and Americans into Alaska has had on their culture, health and livelihood. Outsiders unintentionally brought diseases decimating much of the native Alaskan populations. Unable to...
One Small Step conversation partners, Marcie Niedbalski (46) and Karen Maxwell (66), discuss their differences on topics, such as their views on universal healthcare and abortion. They also find similarities, like how neither of them are getting the presidential candidates...
Paul Hammer (63) talks with his friend Randall Beach (69) about his experiences with mental illness, including a suicide attempt. He reflects on his journey to improved health, and his work supporting others facing mental health difficulties.
Rosario Cervantes (66) talks with her son Andrew Cervantes (44) about how her childhood healthcare provider was a veterinarian since the doctors were not affordable, and how she learned effective home remedies from the family's midwife.