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One Small Step conversation partners Dr. Ihsan Haque (67) and Joe Hicks (63) talk about the division in this country, their religious faiths, and their political beliefs.
Ed and Lori discussed how humankind's career has come to define who they are, what it might look like if that changed and how we can move into a different paradigm through being ourselves and witnessing others do the same.
One Small Step conversation partners Tim Wheeler (68) and Joseph "Joey" Ernst (40) explore common experiences growing up in small Midwestern towns and talk about their differing views on environmentalism and climate change.
One Small Step partners and friends through community involvement Mark Viertel (60) and Tim Surles (60) talk about some of the experiences that have shaped their beliefs. Both share opinions on LGBTQ+ rights, abortion, and capitalism, and urge people to...
Monica Whatley (32) interviews her friend, Bandele [no name given] (73), about his incarceration in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Bandele reflects on what he learned during the 33 years during which he was detained, his relationship...
One Small Step partners, Martha Steger (79) and Melody Roane (53), connect over their agricultural upbringing and exchange experiences that shape their political practices.
One Small Step partners Scott Benolken (54) and Martha Marnocha (68) share a conversation about their mutual love of the North Shore, the disappearance of the middle class, over-tourism, and finding spirituality in nature.
One Small Step participants Donna Pate [no age given] and Brent Ottaway [no age given] discuss their travels, how their politics have changed over time, and how illness has affected them, their families, and their political views.
One Small Step partners John Liposky (81) and Eric Reed (80) discuss Black Lives Matter, the Constitution, and the importance of teachers and teaching.
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.
Friends, colleagues, and co-conspirators Ebony Isis Booth (41) and Dr. Sheryl Felecia Means (31) discuss burnout, the medical racism Black women face in seeking reproductive care, ancestral healing, and rest as resistance.
Debbie King (42) shares a conversation with her friend, El Campbell (31), about gender fluidity, coming out, community, capitalism, and living with a chronic illness.
Karen Cathers tells her kids, Nikki Pison, Justin Peone, Christina Pappalardo about her childhood growing up with Communist parents during the Cold War, marrying an older man when she was 17, and feeling determined to be a “perfect” mother for...
One Small Step partners Esther Carver (37) and Saul Salinas (50) sit down for a conversation about housing, community growth, and education.
One Small Step conversation partners Jamal [No Name Given] (33) and Jamie Hadwin (35) discuss education, capitalism, and funding for public services. They also learn some similarities between their fathers.
One Small Step partners Sarah Vogt (63) and Katharine Kenny (67) have a conversation about their shared feelings of responsibility to humanity, political values, and views on abortion. They find agreement in seeing two Republican parties today and being troubled...
Two hotel union organizers talk about what they’re learned from organizing
One Small Step partners Chris Skildum (38) and Joshua Dix (42) talk about their families, capitalism, government regulation in the construction industry, their backgrounds, and how they came to live in Grand Marais, Minnesota.
One Small Step participants, Kenneth "Ken" Wetcher (80) and Beq Parker (72), talk about their political views, identities, and differing ideas about the military.
One Small Step conversation partners Steve Dixon (53) and Andrea Scarpelli (61) share their views on faith, political discourse, and the role of government in society.
Tassia Tkatschenko (39) and her mother, Nancy Dunne Byington (66), share a conversation about their family, the communities they have lived in, and their careers in naturopathic medicine and psychiatric nursing. They also discuss how capitalism is impacting the environment...
One Small Step conversation partners Peter Rumble (46) and Nancy Dobbs (75) talk about their influences, exposure to racism, and the role of local Chamber of Commerce.