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One Small Step conversation partners George "Kate" Saba [no age given] and Sarah Wilkinson (26) share their thoughts on recent elections, the political landscape of the United States, and what causes inequalities amongst US citizens. Kate reflects on her upbringing...
University of Montana College Republicans Vice-President Jack Meyer and self-described liberal Ashli Jaschke sit down to talk about how they were raised and what they believe.
One Small Step partners Ken Hoeppner (79) and Karina Ckless (53) talk about their political values, who influenced their viewpoints, and their transition to living in rural Vermont.
Interview was based on the life of a Mexican immigrant growing up in the United States. Sandra Rincon shares with us the major differences of living in Mexico and life in the US.
One Small Step conversation partners Kathy Neufeld Dunn (56) and Liz Beugelsdyk (54) discuss their biggest influences, compare the Mennonite church and Catholic church, and consider their hopes and fears for future generations.
One Small Step partners Kerry Webb (44) and Kendra Satterwhite (21) share a conversation about social issues, growing up in religious environments, and disagreeing with family members about politics.
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 Jerica Newby (35) and Wendy Johnson (56) talk about the roles they hold in their families and their political values.
Friends and colleagues Richard Hatch (67) and Amy Anderson (62) talk about Richard’s family history in Utah and his career as a magician.
One Small Step participants Debi Smulyan (69) and Nick Meyers (56) discuss their upbringings in Oakland, CA and Erie, PA, respectively. They discuss how their upbringings affect their current political views and talk about the education system and the two-party...
Strangers Jeff Fendorf (57) and Dani Bara (52) discuss how politics have affected their personal relationships and the people and events that have influenced their political views.
Two women who ran as Democratic candidates for State House and for Congress in Texas discuss life on the campaign trail in the 2018 midterm election.
Jason Ellsworth (Republican State Senator representing Montana's Bitterroot Valley) and Susie Orr (executive board member for the Missoula County Democrats) discuss how they came to hold their current political views and share their hopes and fears for the future.
One Small Step partners Ronald "Ron" Frantz (64) and TC Burgin (71) talk about their appreciation of Oklahoma and their hopes for its future. They also share how they are different from what people might expect from them.
One Small Step conversation partners Kristine Anderson (73) and Jane Moore (55) discuss their jobs as teacher and NICU nurse respectively, how they have loved ones who differ with them greatly on politics, and what it means to live in...
One Small Step partners Pearl Casias (79) and Terri Oliger (51) share a conversation about their lives growing up, the importance of self-reliance, and playing the role of matriarch in their extended families.
One Small Step conversation partners Jill White (52) and Holly [No Name Give] (55) exchange their lived experiences and find many parallels. They relate as mothers over having children struggling on social media, considering online learning, and being independent thinkers.
One Small Step conversation partners Suzanne "Sue" Aubrey (66) and Kymberly "Kym" Dakin (66) talk about their families, writing books, health and healthcare, and how their own Democrat side of the aisle frustrates them.
Ashley Clark (34) and her One Small Step partner Jordan Lindsey (36) discuss their experiences and beliefs surrounding racism, religion, abortion, and politics.
One Small Step conversation partners Dolores Sheff (63) and Nancy Jones (70) discuss voting for different parties, but sharing many common interests and opinions around being compassionate towards others, education, money in politics, abortion, gun control, anti-depressants and joy.
One Small Step participants Annett Gilchrist (51) and Carolyn Hurley (38) share their views on faith, politics, and social services.
One Small Step conversation partners Thom Olmstead (66) and Robert Pavlik (60) talk about their families, military background, and faith.
One Small Step partners Ronald "Ron" Gunzburger (60) and Tricia Rutledge (75) have a conversation about their political views transforming over time, politicians being a bundle of insecurities, and what they are most proud of in the past year. Note...