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Lena Newlin and Douglas Newlin

Lena Newlin (46) interviews her father, Douglas Newlin (79), about his time in the military experience in Vietnam, how he honors veterans now, and his service in the Peace Corps.

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Barbara (Bunny) Sims and Bruce Sims

Barbara (Bunny) Sims (73) and her husband, Bruce Sims (74), remember Bunny's father and the role he played in World War II while serving in the U.S. Navy. They also discuss their family, their careers, and the places they've lived.

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Jason Williams and Glen Wong

One Small Step conversation partners Jason Williams (45) and Glen Wong (71) discuss the impact of their upbringing and parents, race, fatherhood, international travel, chronic illness, careers, and interests.

Exploring and Embracing Cultural Differences

Jonathan Daube (Northampton, MA) speaks with Selena DeCosta (Easton/Amherst, MA) about his time spent teaching in Malawi and how it shaped his view of the world for the rest of his life.

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35:28
Seyi Falade and Christopher Falade

Seyi Falade (40) shares a conversation with her father, Christopher Falade (70), about their relationship, the beginning of their business, how their relationship has changed as a result of working together, and how their business has grown.

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16:13
Neil Rambana and Elizabeth Ricci

Spouses, Neil Rambana (52) and Elizabeth Ricci (46), reflect on the role “the American Dream” has played in their lives, discuss the work they do as immigration attorneys, and look forward to their daughters’ future.

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Anna Grady and Carol Clarke

One Small Step partners Anna Catherine Grady (24) and Carol Clarke (58) discuss jazz history and environmental justice in Birmingham, AL. They also discuss Rwanda, the COVID-19 pandemic, and how their family members have shaped them.

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Faith Machuca and Adrian Paul

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.

Interview with my grandmother

Kay Wetherwax (77) talks to her grandchild Isabella Kavanaugh (15) about growing up in Piqua Ohio and having divorced parents, going to college as a women and how COVID-19 has affected her.