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Shayne Thomas and her dad John Thomas share their joint birthday in the booth. They talk about their family.
Stephanie tells stories of her big and dramatic family.
Libby interviews her mother, Mary, about her life.
Keith Hinton (21) is interviewed by his teacher Diane Raab (44). Keith shares the memories of his school days and the challenges and joys of growing up blind. He also discusses the trails and tribulations of his first love.
Woman talks about mixed feelings of getting in touch with biological family
Saul talks about growing up in Detroit, his childhood memories, and working in the junkyard business.
Jennifer Colleen Nuchia (33) and her husband Stephen Nuchia (47) sit to talk about the loss of Jennifer’s daughter India to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and its effect on her family and their marriage.
Brothers Michael Warfield (56) and Thomas Warfield (59) talk about growing up together, their family dynamic, and lessons they learned from their parents. Thomas reflects on finding out about his adoption in his 30s, and Michael talks about his experience...
David Esrati, 42, interviews his father, Stephen Esrati, 83, about leaving Germany before WWII, travelling to Israel and eventually the United States.
Sisters Debra Brown (67) and Dorlis "Regine" Notto (64) share a conversation about the coronavirus pandemic, their childhoods, their parents, and their family.
Kayla Colon (31) shares a conversation with her mother, Becky Colon (52). Becky remembers her childhood, talks about challenges she has faced, and shares memories of her family.
Genie Hargrove (55) talks with her friends Doug Keith (43) and Joe Windish (56) about her journey to becoming a Baptist minister and reconciling that with her identity as a lesbian and a woman.
Barry Benepe talks to his son Adrian Benepe about growing up with a love of nature, his process of learning about art, and the Greenmarket in New York that he founded
Erica Hymen (29) and her husband Adam Arenstein (28) talk about their relationship, how they met and what the future holds.
One Small Step conversation partners Nicholas "Nick" Zoller (40) and Karen McBee (66) talk about their upbringing in Maryland and Texas and what inspired them to become teachers in higher education. They also discuss their differences in faith and what...
Heather Sher (40) interviews her grandmother, Rheba Sher (89) about growing up above the family bar in Baltimore, adopting two sons, and retiring at 85. Heather and Rheba now live together.
Friends Chelesa Presley (45) and Willie Gilmore [no age given] share a conversation about growing up in Mississippi, how they first met, and about the importance of friendship.
Julia Bagladi Molnar tells her kids about her life in Hungary during the Hungarian Revolution, her family’s escape to the US after the Soviet crackdown, and living in Boston and California, while keeping Hungarian traditions alive.
One Small Step conversation partners Scott Mathis (78) and Laura DeWitt (45) talk about the meaning of conservative and liberal, and explore life histories.
Husband and wife Dr. Carl Wright (73) and Dr. Margaret Wright (69) talk about growing up in the 1960s and their experiences with desegregation.
Winifred Kovacik is interviewed by her friend Raymond about being in business with her late husband Victor, and her career in community theater.
Congressman Vernon J. Ehlers, 75, by his daughter, Marla Ehlers, 42, about his parents that came over through great hardship from the Netherlands and then how he became involved in politics.
Ila Hensler (91) talks to her friend Constance "Connie" Poten (72) about her family, memories from her childhood, and the advice she would like to leave her grandchildren.
Sisters Hinde Muya and Amina Osman are interviewed by McKenzie Wren. The pair discuss the path that brought them to the United States from a refugee camp in Somalia. Hinde shares her views about the differences between Somali Bantu culture...