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Fred (almost 97, still serves as a greeter at church every Sunday) shares memories of Atlanta/Chamblee area, WW II in the Navy, farming, family, church, and owning an independent business.
One Small Step conversation partners Cynthia Richmond (62) and Mark Ammann (62) find they have a lot of unique aspects of their stories in common as they talk about the believing in finding common ground, the foster children in their...
Alison Hopkins (27) speaks with her friend and co-worker Brenda Ford (52) about her life during the COVID-19 pandemic, her return to school, and finding her life partner.
Colleagues Maureen Haley (57) and Chris Goode (56) talk about their work with Decatur Makers, which is a maker space they helped create in Decatur, GA.
Husband and wife, David Morris (59) and Elisa Morris (58), speak with their daughter Anna Morris (26) about living in Decatur, Georgia and deciding to open a small, family-run business in the city called Guild and Journeyman.
Tim Moore (37) and his friend John Hudson (40) share stories about their lives and friendship while living in Decatur, GA.
Cassie Gibson (28) speaks with new acquaintance and conversation partner Kevin Alarcon (25) about their music career and their move from their hometown in Binghamton, New York to Decatur, Georgia.
Angie Macon [no age given] speaks with new acquaintance and conversation partner Kevin Alarcon (25) about her experience living in Decatur, Georgia and working as the executive director of Decatur Arts Alliance.
Kiplyn Primus (61) has a conversation with fellow Atlanta Business League member, William A. Clement (79), about his family history, including William’s own role as an entrepreneur and business owner.
One Small Step conversation partners William Mullings (61) and Ian Eddy (36) discuss how their fathers were the most influential people in their lives, what being a Christian Conservative means, and how they are both troubled by some views held...