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[Recorded Thursday, November 11, 2021] Meg (54) and Yijing (21) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. They discuss cross-cultural perspectives on American democracy, parent-child relationships, and their shared interest in traveling to other countries.
One Small Step partners Andrew Rupprecht (55) and Jeanne Vecchione (69) discuss education, the COVID-19 vaccine, and political values.
One Small Step partners Judy Salamacha (76) and Amy Mastbaum (60) discuss their careers, media literacy, and having difficult conversations with your community.
One Small Step partners Linda Lewis (62) and Janes Vines (32) discuss their political beliefs, experiences with military PTSD, and media literacy.
One Small Step partners, Emily Rushing (70) and Fred Bennett (76) discuss the changing landscape of news, media literacy, social issues, and being Christians who value diversity and racial reconciliation.
I interview my Grandpa, a Vietnam veteran and retired U.S. Army Colonel, about his experience serving in the military and relying on older forms of media and the media coverage of U.S. military throughout his service. Our interview is finished...
Chan Williams (26) and her mother Jill Williams (57) discuss journalism. Jill Williams is a high school journalism teacher. In this conversation they discuss teaching journalism, memories of the news growing up and the changes in news media since then.
In this interview we talk about how my mom has seen media evolve over her life.