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Friends and colleagues Mercedes Andrade (39) and Angela Jacquez (46) reflect on their friendship, traditions they love, and their travel plans for the future. They hope to travel together to New York, New York and Paris, France in the near...
May/Takako Wong, age 80, talks with granddaughter Lucy Wong, age 15, about her family's experience immigrating to America from Japan and her experiences in America thereafter with internment camp, kids, work, and family.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Hannah Clager (32) about her experiences traveling and studying abroad, in particular the intersection of art and human rights, and how it led her to her current work with Crisis Action, an organization that works...
Diego Aguilera Kelley, age 13, talks with his grandmother, Lovella Kelley, age 80. She tells him about growing up in western KS and her life experiences.
One Small Step partners Tom Compton (80) and Liv MacKenzie (50) talk about their differing beliefs on gun control, their shared interests, and their shared belief that politicians should focus more on understanding one another.
Spouses Mark Vogelzang (67) and Marthe Vogelzang (57) share their love story and appreciate their relationship.
One Small Step conversation partners Michael Lyons (71) and David Hoffman [no age given] talk about their careers, the importance of family, and the difficulty of talking about politics in the current era of political divisiveness.
Friends Hadi Eldebek (34) and Layale Chaker (32) discuss their relationship to music as a means of connecting to their Lebanese culture. They consider how translation, drawing from different musical influences, and their audience's reactions shape their musical practices.
Becca Werginz (26) chats with Fred Keller (90) about his wife, June, who passed away after 65 years of marriage on October 15, 2021, as well as his time in the military police.
Rita Hahn (65) interviews her friend, Fred Keller (90), about his childhood, life in the military police, and his love of local history.