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47:48
Mareisa Weil and Cheryl Morin

One Small Step conversation partners Mareisa (39) and Cheryl (54), both Democrats, discuss fiscal conservatism, their fathers as impactful figures in their lives, and healthcare.

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45:26
Charles Carrington and Betsy Hastedt

Coworkers Charles Carrington (76) and Betsy Hastedt (72) discuss Charles's career and their time working together at Mind-Builders Creative Arts Center.

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40:25
Patricia Barbee and Justin Cummins

Patricia Barbee [no age given] tells her conversation partner Justin Cummins (32) about her childhood and how she met her husband, Sgt. John Wesley Barbee. They remember Sgt. Barbee, their relationship, his time at war, and his passing while fighting...

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Denise Dauplaise and Michael Dauplaise

Siblings Denise (55) and Michael Dauplaise (60) talk about an exciting trip they took to the East Coast and then Canada to see the Olympics during the country's bicentennial in 1976.

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49:32
Janet [No Name Given] and Betsy Haddad

One Small Step partners Janet [No Name Given] (37) and Betsy Haddad (55) discuss pressure to have children, the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth's behavioral health, and navigating drug use as a parent.

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01:02:42
John Trudelle and Jo Ann Goldberg

Jo Ann Goldberg (82) and John Paul "JP" Trudelle (83) both residents of Sage Living Center, a nursing home located in Jackson Wyoming, sit down together for a One Small Step Conversation. They talk about politics, world history, and their...

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57:04
Kaitlyn McMurtry and Richard Kirkpatrick

One Small Step conversation partners Kaitlyn "Katie" McMurtry (30) and Richard "Rick" Kirkpatrick (63) talk about their traumatic experiences. They share thoughts about religion and the roles of the government.

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41:53
Tess DeCosta and Leigh Anne Carr

Leigh Anne Carr (29) asks Tess DeCosta (61) about what it was like to grow up in Boston during the desegregation efforts of the 1970's. DeCosta remembers the fear she had when her mom worked as a crossing guard for...