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48:35
Kim Gaddy and Amy Goldsmith

Coworkers Kim Gaddy (57) and Amy Goldsmith (63) discuss the environmental justice work they have done at Clean Water Action, in the New Jersey community, and at a national level. They discuss how community has played a central role in...

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35:29
Angelica Berrie and Scott Berrie

Angelica Berrie (66) discusses her late husband, philanthropist Russell Berrie, with his son Scott Berrie (55). Scott and Angelica talk about Russell's vision for the Russell Berrie Foundation and the legacy the foundation will leave long after it sunsets.

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50:38
Jessica Rhodus and Jose Saez

One Small Step participants Jessica Rhodus (46) and Jose Saez Jr. (26) talk about the importance of parenthood, faith, and their differing perspectives on public education.

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51:45
Michael Carbiener and Lisa Smith

One Small Step participants Michael Carbiener (52) and Lisa Smith (51) talk about their military service, growing up poor, racism, and their different political values.

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43:57
Dana Lerner and Judith Kottick

Dana Lerner (68) and close friend Judith Kottick (67) share how important their friendship has been to one another after suffering the loss of their children.

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53:07
Kris Robertson and Idris Lord

One Small Step participants Kris Robertson (57) and Idris Lord (40) talk about not fitting into either political party, how faith guides their political values, and their differing views on the roll of federal government.

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42:42
Vanessa Lemus and Nico Orisini

Vanessa Lemus (23) and her One Small Step partner and roommate Nico Orisini (24) discuss the misconceptions and motivations of their political beliefs.

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46:39
Josh Hartt and Madeline Doane

Madeline Doane (24) discusses with their One Small Step partner, Josh Hartt [no age given], their varying views on gun control, ICE, political parties and more.

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50:10
Chad Martin and Howard Turner

One Small Step participants Chad Martin (42) and Howard Turner (48) talk about local politics, community activism, and poverty.