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One Small Step partners Kathy Lane (59) and Leigh Busby (41) talk about education and their families. They reflect on how their perspectives on privilege have been shaped over time.
One Small Step partners Mumbi Carter (73) and Grammy Nora (65) share a conversation about their work, their political beliefs, and their families.
Renee Boisseau (69) and daughter Julia Carlson (31) reflect on Renee's mother's life and career in nursing.
[Recorded Wednesday, April 27, 2022] Lee Harper (59) and Norma Dobbins (67) recorded a conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. They talked about their political narratives, families, and reflected on the influential people in their life. They touch on categorization, ignorance, motherhood,...
One Small Step participants Sarah Bailey-Price (27) and Angela Kwok (44) discuss their backgrounds in education, how the COVID-19 pandemic affected their lives and families, and the healthcare system in Oklahoma.
One Small Step partners, Meaghan Young (42) and Céire Smyth Martínez (41) discuss the importance of human rights, their respective journey's with grief, and their hopes for the future.
Angela Kwok (44) and One Small Step partner, Helen Leddy (84), exchange overlapping interests and concerns over disability along with the American health care system.
Deborah Potter (52) shares a conversation with her daughter, Winona Bonnlander (23), about neurodivergence, Winona’s experiences in the school system, trauma, and about some of the people who were kind to Winona during that time.
Gerard Saylor (51) has a conversation with fellow Rotarian Mary Price (92) about her family's history in Lake Mills, raising a family, and working as a special education teacher.
Jeanmarie Badar (57) interviews her friend, Elizabeth Cottone (55), about her life before and after a stroke and the way surviving has shifted her perspective on life.