An Interview with my Best Friend: My Little Brother

My name is Liberty (17) and today I interviewed my little brother Jackson (15) today. We discussed things such as our childhood together, current events, the future, and our emotions. Since I will be going away to college soon, this...

Alyson McCuin and Raeann Hazzard

Alyson McCuin (16) discusses life and navigating challenges and opportunities with her mom, Raeann Hazzard (42).

Titan to Titan John and Ruby

This is a interview between a daughter and father who both experienced Trinity Episcopal High School.

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Laura Wright and Susan Lupone Stonis

One Small Step conversation partners and new friends Laura Wright (65) and Susan Lupone Stonis (59) discover how much they have in common, talk over their religious differences, and the need for kindness in the world.

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Joyce Hann and Emmy [No Name Given]

One Small Step conversation partners Joyce Hann (65) and Emmy [No Name Given] (39) talk about growing up in small towns, business regulation, and the merits and challenges within intentionally connecting with people with whom you disagree.

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Robyn Thirkill and Sarah Spector

One Small Step conversation partners Robyn Thirkill (47) and Sarah Spector (62) discuss how their upbringings impacted them, living intentionally and peacefully, and how they support their political values and intentions in ways that feel authentic to them.

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Fabio Pages and Susana Felix

Friends Fabio Pages (30) and Susana Felix (38) exchanges various memories describing the community, landscape, and culture of Innisfree Village in Crozet, Virginia,

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Phyllis Sato and Carolyn Ohle

Longtime friends and coworkers Phyllis Sato (88) and Carolyn Ohle (72) reminisce and reflect on their shared experiences as members and directors of Innisfree Village.

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Wes Andrews and Claire Byrne

Former spouses and longtime friends Claire Byrne (65) and Wes Andrews (66) reminisce on their personal history, their migration to the United States and its impact on their family, and the role that Innisfree Village has played in their lives.