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One Small Step conversation partners Olivia Johnson (38) and Leah Hazell (68) come together to share their lived experiences and talk through the complicated aspects of being loving parents. The two share in common that they came to One Small...
Mentor and mentee Ethan Conlon (33) and Barrett Howard (22) talk about their work as craftsmen and reflect on the process of building an art installation for the White House.
Married couple, Fran Young (68) and Paul Young (72), recall stories and events that lead them to becoming international teachers, traveling to many countries, culture shocks, and navigating life in Springfield, Missouri after traveling abroad.
Maureen Elias (44) talks to her husband, Dustin Elias (44), about their Army careers, their marriage, and the experience of parenting while serving in the military.
Spouses Laura Balser (50) and Matthew Smith (50) talk about their marriage, memories of 9/11, and Matthew's military service in the National Guard.
David Heffelfinger (67) and One Small Step conversation partner Steven Baum (74) discuss impactful moments in their lives and historical moments in US politics.
Partners, Paula Baracaldo (35) and Joe Walters (32), share a conversation about how they first met and their first impressions of one another. Paula also talks about coming to the United States from Colombia when she was twelve years old,...
Amy Weinstein (64) interviews new friend Joe Montalvo (60) about his experience responding to the September 11th attacks as a construction worker and how his life changed since then, including his employment, health, and financial standing.
Amy Weinstein (64) interviews her colleague Jeffrey Ward (56) about his experience as a NYC police officer responding to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center and the September 11th attack of the Twin Towers.
One Small Step conversation partners Mohamed Shoreibah (47) and Lynda Wilson (72) discuss immigration, political misinformation, Birmingham's history of racism and political struggle, and their hopes for its future.