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One Small Step conversation partners Julia Hoffman (21) and Carson Giocondo (21) discuss their changing beliefs, familial connections and parental expectation, their college experiences, and their hopes for their futures.
One Small Step conversation partners Carson Berrier (23) and Anna Koutsouftikis (18) talk about how they grew up, their religious beliefs, politics, their interests and what they see and hope for their futures.
One Small Step conversation partners David Cooper (69) and Andrew Allen (21) have an intergenerational talk about their faith, their careers, social support and political views.
One Small Step partners River Song (56) and Rosemarie "Rose" Staggs (58) have a conversation about their negative experiences and issues with the US medical systems, wanting a limit on campaigning, and their fears about society today.
One Small Step conversation partners Melissa Lopez Guerrero (21) and Mariya Frolove (30) have a conversation where they exchange life experiences and stories about the immigrant/child of immigrant experience in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
One Small Step conversation partners Maxxx Dennis (48) and Stephen Davies (54) discuss concerns about loss of fellowship in the world, Fredericksburg moving forward as a community, and the complexities of coming out.
One Small Step participants Elvira De La Cruz (45) and Kathy Ryan (71) have a conversation about the gravity of the moves in their lives, the challenges in getting re-licensed to work in the US after immigration, and how talking...
One Small Step conversation partners Anh Nguyen (45) and Deborah Ayers (57) exchange life experiences, covering topics such as dreams, genealogy, and education.
One Small Step conversation participants Lynda Anderson (66) and Kelly Faglioni (56) have a conversation about their journeys to Richmond, their career paths, their sibling dynamics and the importance of family.