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One Small Step conversation partners Christopher "Chris" Caillier (51) and Nasreen Johnson (42) talk about the importance of local politics, sex ed in schools, the importance of finding common ground and maintaining civility when approaching people with different view points.
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.
Coworkers Charles Carrington (76) and Betsy Hastedt (72) discuss Charles's career and their time working together at Mind-Builders Creative Arts Center.
One Small Step conversation partners Donna Becker (74) and Nicholas Reno (35) talk about their experiences with gun ownership in their families, and address their concerns with what the right level of legislation is for them. They bond over their...
One Small Step conversation partners Allison Briscoe-Smith (46) and Sue Lani Madsen (67) talk about how political labels and identity labels don't always get to the nuance of a person, and share stories about how they're teaching the younger generations...
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...
One Small Step conversation partners Thia Embers (59) and Alexander "Alex" Koch (39) talk about the shared experiences of alcoholism, switching political parties and feeling "marooned," and the importance of local community.
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.
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.