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One Small Step Conversation partners Eddie Durant (56) and Vinay Kumaran (52) talk about their careers, how politics affects their work, and the role of social media in disinformation and polarization.
Michelle Grover (53) shares a conversation with her father, Fred Marquis (82), about his work on the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail and the legacy of the trail. Their new friend Sonia Kinkhabwala (22) also joins the conversation.
Colleagues Monica Jojola (53), Gina Euell (56), and Phoebe Suina (46) reflect on their experiences as Native women business leaders and share their biggest influences and the lessons they have learned.
One Small Step partners, Rebecca Curran (40) and Ty Patton (37), swap stories about how they were taught about the environment, discuss how they feel about war, and learn about each other's different values for our government system.
Walter Harvey (64) and One Small Step partner Mary Frantz (60) define their political values, talk about a range of issues from gun control to abortion access, and how their personal experiences have shaped their convictions.
Thomas "Tom" A. Dean (67) and his friend and colleague, Robert Burkhardt (71), talk about their career paths to founding Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center, the school and center, and former students.
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.
Meet Niki Giberson, basket weaver, jammer, felter and mayor in this Women's History Month Special!
Florence La Riviere (92) talks with Doug Cordell (57) and Anne Morkill (51) about her decades of conversation activism to protect the San Francisco Bay Area wetlands.
Philip Hanson (36) tells Stephanie Jackson (34) about his time in the Army and the National Guard, including his deployment to Iraq.
Friends and colleagues Avery Palmer (22) and Asher Grilli (34) share a conversation about their work with Florida Wildlife Corridor Coalition, the expedition they did with the organization, and what they learned from their experiences.
Cynthia Hoffman (59) interviews her colleague Michael Gaglio (48) about Michael’s work in environmental preservation, being on the board of the nonprofit The Frontera Land Alliance, and their hopes for the organization for the future.
Friends John Sweet (82) and David Weisenbeck (22) discuss John's four-acre property, how he got it, and the biological studies David has conducted there.
One Small Step conversation partners Faith Machuca (23) and Adrian Paul [no age given] discuss their major influences, careers, life in Reno, social issues, politics, and religion.
Mike Wollmer (63) talks with his wife, Barbara Wollmer (55), about how they met volunteering on the Ice Age Trail and what the trail means to them.
Rachel Fletcher (67) and Christine Ward (56) talk about their longtime work in river stewardship and environmental conservation in the Great Barrington community.