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Colleagues Ivonne Diaz (35) and Sofía Aviant-Mier (22) discuss their experiences as Mexican-Americans in the United States, the political advocacy work they do with the nonprofit Texas Rising, and how they attempt to create work-life boundaries and advocate for themselves.
One Small Step conversation partners Lawrence "Larry" Meisel (70) and Daniel "Dan" Israel (55) discuss their views on foreign and domestic policy and their experiences that shaped their views.
One Small Step partners Jim Candelaria (62) and Armida Huerta (56) share a conversation about their family histories and the roots of their political beliefs.
Jennifer Davis (46) interviews Susan "Sue" Chadwick (69) about her family's immigrant experiences and the American dream.
One Small Step conversation partners Chaitna Sinha (44) and Shalako Powers (44), talk about their family histories, the paradoxes and hypocrisies of political beliefs and about the pressures and concerns of raising daughters in these times.
Friends Aaron Greene (48) and Mike Kowalski (55) discuss their time in the military together. They reflect on funny memories from their service, some of the more difficult moments, and what they are proudest of.
Carla Saavedra (56) talks with her mother, Alice Hill (85), who was born in Tampa in 1936 at an immigrant Spanish hospital. They talk of family members working in the cigar factory, migrating from Spain and her great aunt being...
Spouses, Lizzy Kelley (36) and Wade Bishop (46), talk about their relationship, their life during the pandemic, and the message they would like to share with their future selves.
One Small Step conversation partners Diane Tucker (68) and Moya Nordlund (67) discuss politics, wealth redistribution, education, mentorship, and the arts.
Rae George (17) interviews her mother, Weruche George (44), about her high school experience in Nigeria, life advice she has for young people, and the hopes she has for her children.