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54:32
Martha Harper and Robert Lewis

One Small Step conversation partners Martha Harper (59) and Robert "Bobby" Lewis (49) sit down for a conversation about fiscal policies that could move people out of poverty and chasing debt, being proud of their moms who were "firsts" at...

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55:38
Rebekah Keasling and Mike Bayliff

One Small Step partners Rebekah Keasling (43) and Mike Bayliff (48) discuss growing up in small towns, their differing views on tax policy, and why giving back to community is important.

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48:12
Aadil Shah and Karl Kramer

One Small Step partners Aadil Shah (38) and Karl Kramer (64) discuss influential events and people, the role of the federal government, and their hopes and fears for our country.

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49:16
Alycia Wright and Kyle Crossett

One Small Step partners Alycia Wright (47) and Kyle Crossett (45) discuss homeschooling and education, living off the land, and why they think the United States is losing its "middle ground."

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36:15
Channon Mondoux and Jodi Michaels

Channon Mondoux [no age given] and Jodi Michaels [no age given] come together to talk about Canadiana Fest, a festival that Channon is putting on in October 2023 to celebrate Canadian culture (canadianafest.fun). Channon also reflects on the experiences that...

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38:04
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52:13
Thomas Barlow and John Amoroso

One Small Step partners Thomas "Tom" Barlow (39) and John Amoroso (45) share their challenges being divorced fathers of daughters, and their learning process around the changing language and mores regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.

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52:57
Jill White and Holly [No Name Given]

One Small Step conversation partners Jill White (52) and Holly [No Name Give] (55) exchange their lived experiences and find many parallels. They relate as mothers over having children struggling on social media, considering online learning, and being independent thinkers.

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49:39
Faith Martin and Lisa Tanner

One Small Step partners Faith Martin (48) and Lisa Tanner (55) discuss their concerns about political polarization, how we can make political dialogue more productive, and the power of Gen Z.