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Don Gaede [no age given] and One Small Step partner Nicholas Gonzalez (28) talk about their political concerns, mentors, and occupation.
One Small Step partners Khari [No Name Given] [no age given] and Daniel Lapham (42) discuss how their lived experiences inform their worldviews, including their own parents, homeschooling, and being parents themselves.
One Small Step Partners, Geena Lazzerini (21) and Wendy Joyce-Fenton (59), discuss the need for community, spirituality, and connection as well as their differing views on social issues such a gun control.
Kristin Szakos (62), a former Charlottesville City Council member, has a chat with One Small Step partner Joseph "Joe" Thomas (58), a conservator talk show radio host, on their overlapping and varying experience that have shaped their beliefs politically.
One Small Step partners Mark Smith (66) and Lyons Burke (78) discuss American politics, their careers, hypothetical scenarios, and family values.
One Small Step partners Rene Howard (19) and Brandon Newell (22) discuss their political beliefs, their life goals, and the people who have impacted their lives the most.
One Small Step partners Scott Gordon (71) and Randy Schwartz (52) find common ground through their inverse political journeys.
[Recorded: Friday, July 21, 2023] This One Small Step mini-conversation was recorded in Charlottesville, Virginia as part of the Sorensen Institute’s summer High School Leaders Program in 2023. Garrett Fulks (17) is from Kingwood and Om Sharma (16) is from...
One Small Step partners, Jan Biddick (70) and Curt MacRae (70), learn about each other's backgrounds, political and otherwise, and discuss how to carry these conversations into their everyday life.
Sara Smith and her One Small Step Partner Adam Banter talk about topics such as climate change, younger generations and how to approach differing political views.
Margaret Smith (59) and Emily Loop (33) discuss their relationship as mother and daughter while both being on opposite sides of the fence politically.
One Small Step conversation partners Dean Sieck (78) and Amy Sabath (49) talk about their political backgrounds and religion.
One Small Step Conversation partners Robert "Bob" Pavlik (60) and Vince Gonzalez (43) talk about their families, political beliefs and division in our country.
One Small Step Conversation partners Don Winkle (60) and Diane Chira (63) discuss bullying, abortion, student loans and "pulling yourself up by your boot straps"
One Small Step conversation partners Marshall Ariza [no age given] and Dana Norris (41) talk about religion, their families and politics.
[Recorded: Tuesday, September 19th, 2023] Lydia Smith (19) from South Hill, Virginia, and Jordan Perez (19) from Harrisonburg, Virginia participated in this One Small Step conversation as part of their Public Service Pathways 1-credit UNST course at UVA. Lydia shares...
One Small Step partners, Kelly Richardson-McBee (45) and Shelly Hansel (55) discuss religion, the COVID-19 pandemic, public health, and welfare.
One Small Step Partners Darren Duerksen (54) and Guy Gardner [no age given] reflect on their passions, missionary experiences, personal superpowers, LGBT identity, and the importance of communicating across difference.
One Small Step partners Johanna Winkler (41) and Sharon Craig (51) talk about motherhood and the similarities and differences of their experiences as mothers.
[Recorded Tuesday, May 23, 2023] Emily (19) and Jaeho (19) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Emily is a student at UVA’s School of Nursing and is passionate about climate change, gun violence, education, and nursing as...
One Small Step conversation partners Stephen Fox (72) and Leonard Hayes (61) discuss the power of divisive media, the importance of transparent government, and the challenges that Native Americans continue to face.
One Small Step conversation partners Christopher Kendel (51) and Mary Ellen Jordan (49) talk about their personal political beliefs, division on social media and the pandemic.
One Small Step partners Rachel Medina (33) and Clark Craig (56) discuss their experiences being elected officials in small municipalities, how their backgrounds and upbringings have shaped their political values, and the importance of education.