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Judy Weisman and Jack Rosenhammer

One Small Step conversation partners Jack Rosenhammer (33) and Judy Weisman (80) discuss their concerns about polarization, whether our democracy is at risk, and if they consider themselves "optimists."

Interviewing My Mother

I (a 17-year-old, female) am on my way to graduating High School, so I decided to interview my mother on how she grew up and gain some perspective on her journey that I will soon begin. I choose to ask...

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Melissa Coleman and Christa Galipeau

One Small Step conversation partners Melissa Coleman (54) and Christa Galipeau (49) talk about growing up on farms, connection to place, disillusionment with political parties, communicating with others, and parenting twins.

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01:00:04
Alan Crichton and Buddy Spaulding

One Small Step conversation partners Buddy Spaulding (64) and Alan Crichton (77) talk about engineering and art and applications in life, as well as religion and religious values, especially related to personal beliefs and complex social issues.

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Anne Matava and Randi [No Name Given]

One Small Step conversation partners Randi [No Name Given] (23) and Anne Matava (60) talk about their parents, disability, recovery, trans and nonbinary identities, generational differences, history, and their hopes for the future.

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Sally Kirkpatrick and Alivia Moore

One Small Step conversation partners Alivia Moore (36) and Sally Kirkpatrick (63) talk about religion, parenting, sexuality, faith, white supremacy, settler colonialism, indigeneity, food sovereignty, and rematriation.

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01:07:12
John Floyd and Karla Doremus-Tranfield

One Small Step conversation partners John Floyd (51) and Karla Doremus-Tranfield (61) discuss the military, the Constitution, Conservatism and Liberalism, rugged individualism, living rurally, political campaigning, family histories, their children, and dogs.

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01:09:24
Cathryn Harjung and Michael Hurley

One Small Step conversation partners Mike Hurley (72) and Cathryn Harjung (63) talk about Woodstock, volunteering, local politics, fathers, and family.