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One Small Step partners John Szalay (49) and Al Lemmo (70) have a conversation about the media and overcoming division in the country. They find a common dislike for social media and trouble with talking about politics with their family.
One Small Step partners Anita Wiggins (65) and Deborah Callahan (56) discuss major events that shaped them, their spirituality as a Catholic and a Mormon, the difficulty raising children with or without their shared beliefs, and self-love.
One Small Step partners Leslie Shimer (67) and Merle "Louise" Lee (76) discuss their observations from living in Virginia and exchange anecdotes from their past.
Harmony Justice [no age given] and friend Roslyn Smith (60) were mothers at Bedford Hills Correctional facility, the two discuss the impact of being incarcerated.
One Small Step conversation partners, Larry Hahn (81) and Wayne Haines [no age given], talk about their experiences growing up on farms in the Midwest, growing up in Republican households, and their unease the modern Republican Party.
A group of African-American "sista friends," Talethia Edwards (39), Valerie George (38) and Anita Wimberly [no age given], chat about life, intimate platonic friendships, family, marriage and the importance of their bond in the African-American community. They talk about the...
Sarah Padgett (24) interviews new friend Brandy Tolbert (34) about Brandy’s childhood, her family, and her children. Brandy also talks about her role as the director of the Literacy Alliance and how she discovered her passion for literacy work.
Partners Candace Barrington (63) and Mike Shea (69) share a conversation about their memories of childhood, their parents, their families, games and Thanksgiving traditions, and their marriage.
Lara Capuano (40) and Naima Tillett (28) share a conversation about navigating the adoption process, about being partners in an open adoption, and about the family they have formed.
Emily Good (38) shares a conversation with her father, Robert "Bob" Good (72), about Bob’s childhood, his parents and siblings, grief, and about how he would like to be remembered.