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George Rodon and Eduardo Fernandez-Crespi

George Rodon (72) and mentee Eduardo "Eddie" Fernandez-Crespi (39) share thoughts on family, Cuban heritage, how they first met, race relations in Cuba vs U.S. and their view on government systems.

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Raymond Lakes and Yolanda Lakes

Yolanda Lakes (50) sits down with her father, Raymond "Ray" Lakes (72), to ask about his upbringing in Columbus, GA and the world events, as well as personal experiences, that have shaped his current worldview.

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Betty Macron and Marian Deutschman

One Small Step participants Betty Macron [no age given] and Marian Deutschman [no age given] discuss their upbringing, their earliest political memories, and the people who have impacted their lives through acts of kindness.

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Deborah Ranniger and Virginia Lora

Deborah Ranniger (58) talks to SC Facilitator Virginia Lora (26) about her dad Leonard Cornell who passed away 5 years ago of Alzheimers. She tells the story her dad would tell over and over again about going to the 1929...

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Hannah Gimpel and Jonathan Motl

Hannah Gimpel (33) interviews her father, Jonathan "Jon" Motl (72), about his influential work in public policy and service in Montana.

Growing up in Argentina during the transition to democracy.

Silvina Sironi (47) describes growing up in Argentina during the 70's and 80's, as well as her experience with government and democracy both in Argentina and the United States. She is interviewed by her son, Johann Grothues (15).

Service in the United States Military

I interviewed my father on his service in the United States military and his deployment to Haiti.

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Marina Krickler and Craig Pellet

Spouses Marina Krickler (35) and Craig Pellet (35) share a conversation about the values and lessons they hope to impart to their newborn child.

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Adina Desaulniers and William Schubart III

One Small Step conversation partners Adina Desaulniers (64) and Bill Schubart (76) talked about their upbringings, specifically the impact their grandmothers had on them. They also discussed education, religion and social media.

Who Said What?: Comparing American and Vietnamese Medias and Governments

American college student Annie Phan talks to her father, Dr. Chuong Phan, about the differences and similarities between Communist Vietnamese and Democratic American media. Dr. Phan shares his experiences of growing up during the Vietnam War and what his migration...

Activism and Climate Change – Frack Free Denton

Adam Briggle talks about his participation in Frack Free Denton, when state legislation and corporations overturned local law, and his professional opinions on national environmental policy.

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Anne Cochran and Polly Carr
November 11, 2021 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Anne Cochran (62) and Polly Carr (50) talk about their political values, children, and issues in Alaska.

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Carol Giovacchini and Deanna Calvin
November 30, 2021 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Carol Giovacchini (68) and Deanna Calvin (49) talk about the evolution of their political views and the importance of learning about other perspectives.

The Difference in News from Nepal to America: Anjoo Pokharel’s Take as a Former Journalist in Both Countries

Aayam Bastola interviews his mother Anjoo Pokharel, a former journalist, about the differences in news from Nepal to that in America. She delves into topics like revolts, western culture, and thirst for knowledge as she describes her point of view...

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Rukiya Lee and Junior Duplessis

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.