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One Small Step partners Faith Martin (48) and Lisa Tanner (55) discuss their concerns about political polarization, how we can make political dialogue more productive, and the power of Gen Z.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library Branches.
I entered the interview expecting to talk about the pandemic from the perspective of a home health nurse. Instead it was a discussion on mental health and being comfortable in your own skin.
Best friends Joco Soto (24) and Cristian Núñez Ramírez (25) share a conversation about their journeys becoming who they are today, particularly influenced by immigration, queerness, and family both biological and chosen.
One Small Step partners Janet Hayes (64) and Karen Jordan (69) talk about the formation of their political opinions.
Jan Flapan (age not given) and Mary Schaafsma (age not given) speak about their experience at the League of Women Voters.
Friends Kenisha Mahajan (15) and Mia Payne (17) talk about immigration, climate change, the importance of youth voices, and their hopes for the future of New York City.
Sean Schrader (20) shares a conversation with his mentor, Judithanne McLauchlan (53), about their experiences in politics and encouraging civic engagement.
Friends Glenda Bustillos (22) and Destiny Guerra (24) discuss their work in voter and student engagement at the University of Texas at El Paso and the lessons they have learned from their work.
Barbara Kahn visited with Mia Bonta, sharing her love for the city of Alameda, what it means to be a mother and a woman dedicated to engaging our world, why she loves her grandchildren so, and what she hopes for...
Gregory Whitworth-Neufeld, 14, from Indianapolis, IN, interviews his mom, the Rev Julia Whitworth, about Civic Engagement.
Ezekiel interviews Lynda about the non-profit citizens police organization she works for in Kansas City.
Spouses Harry Nussdorf [no age given] and Babette Albin [no age given] discuss their shared history of political activism and voting advocacy work.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library branch library system.
Steven has a great outlook on the elections, politics, civic engagement, and religion.
Erin Vilardi is the founder and director of VoteRunLead, a national organization leveraging technology and training to accelerate the number of women in civic and political leadership. She first launched VRL as vice president of program and communications at The...
Frank Altman (68) speaks with his two daughters Lauren Altman (33) and Miriam Altman-Reyes (35) about their family's history of civic engagement and philanthropy. The trio also reflects on the impact that different members of their family have had on...
One Small Step partners Carla Bond (57) and Holly Hunter (66) talk about environmentalism, education, and the importance of examining complex political issues with a critical lens.
Liam Carey (45) interviews his spouse, Jessica Simmons (45), about her background in education, her experience running for city council as a first-time candidates, and her hopes for New York City.
Melissa and Renee talk about stories they care about in Orange County during commutes
Friends and colleagues Rukiya Lee (45) and Junior Duplessis (23) talk to each other about the people and places that have informed their politics, their hopes for New York City, and what they think about democracy in the United States.
Colleagues Ann Cramer (77) and Jennifer Hartz (53) have a conversation about their respective experiences as members of the Corporate Volunteer Council in Atlanta as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
[Recorded: December 1, 2022] Virginia's 57th District Delegate Sally Hudson (D) and former Congressman Denver Riggleman (R) sit down for a One Small Step conversation at an event hosted by the UVA Karsh Institute of Democracy in Charlottesville, Virginia. Listen...