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Jenna Thrasher-Sneathen and Sai Nagula

One Small Step conversation partners Sai Nagula (26) and Jenna Thrasher-Sneathen (40) discuss their career paths and how they informed their political perspective. The pair go on to talk about gun rights, free speech, free choice, and their pride for...

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Silena Layne and Jeb Backe

Silena Layne (44) speaks with StoryCorps facilitator Jeb Backe (26) about her faith journey in the face of struggle and loss. Silena reflects on her relationship to the Black Church and on the impact of gun violence on her family.

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Marilyn Clancy and Terry O'Sullivan

Marilyn D. Clancy (82) is interviewed by her son-in-law Terry O'Sullivan (61) about her political trajectory, and her involvement as a community activist in Oak Park, Illinois.

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Maria Rodriguez and Juaquin Rodriguez

Siblings Maria Rodriguez (65) and Juaquin Rodriguez (61) talk about their large family, being Latinx, what it was like growing up in a rough part of Dallas, falling into bad habits, and how they've changed throughout life for the better.

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Curtis Puckett and John Carpenter

One Small Step participants John "Mark" Carpenter (64) and Curtis Puckett (55) discuss their upbringing, their political beliefs, and issues such as gun violence and wealth disparity.

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Jhanea Williams and Michael Murphy

Jhanea "Jha D" Williams (34) has a conversation with her friend and colleague Michael Murphy (39) about how the Gun Violence Memorial Project has transformed the ways they see their roles as architects.

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Delilah Ramos and Frederic Winkler

New friends Delilah Ramos (27) and Frederic Winkler (40) talk about foster care, cultural diversity, and collaborating with other artists.

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Precious Jones and Delilah [No Name Given]

Precious Jones (40) remembers the loved ones she has lost: Preston Jones, Corey Blackwell, Paul Jones, Montay McLaurin, and Eddie Robinson. She talks with conversation partner Delilah [No Name Given] (25) about her organization Breaking Generational Poverty and her work...

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Jerry Albrent and Matthew Haynes

Jerry Albrent (72) interviews his friend Matthew Haynes [no age given], the owner and founder of Club Q, where a mass shooting took place on November 19, 2022. Matthew reflects on how his life journey led him to open a...

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Timothy Hunter and Claire Ninde

One Small Step conversation partners Timothy "Tim" Hunter (63) and Claire Ninde (57) share life histories, political opinions and things they've learned from family members.

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Mimi Kline and Louis Rose

One Small Step partners Mimi Kline (71) and Louis Rose (69) take turns sharing stories and perspective about some of America's most pressing issues including, gun violence, transgender rights, and voting fraud.

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James Armstrong and Morgan Zipf-Meister

Morgan Zipf-Meister (39) interviews her conversation partner James Armstrong (40) about his time in the military and his experience during the 2009 Fort Hood Shooting.

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Tracy Hall and Mary Balkema

Colleagues and One Small Step partners Tracy Hall (50) and Mary Balkema (55) talk about their careers in local politics, their perspectives on public service, and the life lessons they have taken away from their work.

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Jacquelynn Mornay and Amy Stelly

Mentee Jacquelynn Mornay (30) speaks with her mentor Amy Stelly (66) about the urban highways of New Orleans, Louisiana, public health, the history and current condition of the Tremé neighborhood, and the EPA study they're conducting.

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Carrie Hendrickson and Stacy Ward Lattin

One Small Step partners Carrie Hendrickson (58) and Stacy Ward Lattin (36) share their biggest influences, their political views, and their thoughts on diversity and equity.

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Annette Nance-Holt and Pamela Bosley

Annette Nance-Holt [no age given] talks to her friend, Pamela Bosley [no age given], about their son's lives, and the impact their deaths have had on their families. They also talk about their organization, "Purpose Over Pain" and the work...

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Joseph Seager and A. Hart

Joseph "Joe" Seager (55) talks to his friend and colleague, A. "Christian" Hart (56), about how his childhood and upbringing shaped his career path. He discusses his years of teaching at an alternative school, his transition into real estate, and...

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Jackie Hibbard and Nicole Lamarche

Colleagues Rev. Jackie Hibbard (56) and Rev. Nicole Lamarche (44) reflect on their calls to ministry, the challenges their community has faced in the last few years, and the values of their progressive church.

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Gregory Tackett and Eunice Cho

Eunice Cho (33) interviews her mentor, Gregory Tackett (44), about the many adventures he has had and the wisdom that they have brought him. They discuss his travels, his sexual and national identities, his closest relationships, his spiritual experiences, and...

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Dave McNaughton and Gary Brewer

One Small Step partners Dave McNaughton (69) and Gary Brewer [no age given] discuss gun violence in the United States, their personal political values, and what changes they hope to see in the US government.

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Mark Mancuso, Carl Huber, and Matt Bielewicz

Friends Mark Mancuso (38), Carl Huber (40), and Matt Bielewicz (39), share a conversation about losing a close friend to gun violence in the midst of a Dungeons & Dragons campaign and how choosing to finish it helped them in...

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Charlene Saner and Jose Garth

In their One Small Step conversation, Charlene Saner [no age given] and Jose Garth (38) talk about what "old school" Republicanism looks like and where public support from the government fits in with community support for neighbors in need.

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Stephen Hudak and Mike Lafferty

Colleagues Stephen Hudak (60) and Mike Lafferty (62) talk about their work at the Orlando Sentinel. They reflect on the challenges that the journalism industry faces today, and on the importance of local journalism.

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Jason Lewis, Elie Koukoui, and Eddie Ibry

Jason Lewis (45) speaks with two of his mentors, Elie Koukoui (70) and Eddie Irby (77) about Africatown, the importance of uniting Black people from both Africa and the United States, and doing this work through mentoring and uplifting the...

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Cindy Claycomb and Tammie Wray

One Small Step partners Cindy Claycomb (65) and Tammie "Sue" Wray (62) discuss how their views don't always align with their chosen political parties, their beliefs concerning gun violence, and their concerns about the current climate of polarization.