Benjamin Marshall & Laura Smith

Laura recently met Benjamin, who went to school with her brother, Berkeley, who has Down syndrome. Benjamin sat next to Berkeley in sixth grade and he talked about the impact that year had on his life. Because of his exposure...

Gaudencio Macaraig, Jackson Crews, and Marilyn Crews

Jackson Crews (12) speaks with his grandfather Gaudencio "Mac" Macaraig (96) and his mother Marilyn Crews (51) about Mac's childhood in the Philippines, his experience in the Coast Guard, and his favorite family memories.

Courtney McNeil and Leslie McGowan

Courtney McNeil (45) speaks with her mother Leslie McGowan (73) about childhood memories, her family background, and her experiences as a working mother.

Storey Squires and Steve Heck

This 63 year old professional at a non-profit, long term care facility talks about the institutional and personal impact of Covid on staff and residents.

Frank [No Name Given] and Melissa K

One Small Step conversation partners Frank [No Name Given] (69) and Melissa K (43) discuss their interest in understanding different values and politics and wonder what it is to "be an American" in a changing country with such a diverse...

Melody Fawcett, Nathan Blunt, Hilary Rajchel

Melody met her cousins, Nathan and Hilary about ten years ago as a result of genealogy research. They come together today to share what brought them to their searches and the impact it had on them and the family.

A Path To Admire

Wendy (15) asks her older sister, Leslie (23) about her life after graduating university, now that she no longer lives at home with the family in Dallas, Tx and lives in Boston, Ma.

Christopher Caillier and Nasreen Johnson

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.