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Bonnie Rosenberg and Sanford Sherizen

Partners Bonnie Rosenberg (77) and Sanford "Sandy" Sherizen (80) reflect on the incident that took place at the Capitol on January 6, 2021 and share their hopes for the future. They discuss their passion for social justice and the advocacy...

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Gloria Mattson and Sandy Martin

One Small Step conversation partners Gloria Mattson (69) and Sandy Martin (78) discuss gender and sexual identity, gun control, access to mental health services, racism, illegal immigration, sources of media and news, Donald Trump and the January 6th Insurrection, and...

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Justin Friedman and Ericka Kay

One Small Step conversation partners Justin Friedman (49) and Ericka Kay (40) talk about how their families have impacted their political values. They also discussed how subjects including the environment, gun rights, the U.S. Constitution, religion, abortion and social media...

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Susan [No Name Given] and Mark Brewer

One Small Step Partners Susan [No Name Given] [no age given] and Mark Brewer (62) discuss their experiences with race growing up during school desegregation, their personal values, the influence of media in polar partisanship, and the current political climate.

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William Turman and Richard Harris

One Small Step conversation partners William "Bill" Turman (76) and Richard "Rich" Harris (55) discuss serving in the military, the current state of the Republican party, and why taking down statues and banning books both shut down conversation.

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Suzi [No Name Given] and Charles Bolton

One Small Step partners Suzi [No Name Given] (75) and Charles "Roger" Bolton (68) discuss their views on abortion, how history will view January 6, and whether impeachment proceedings against presidents help our country.

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Cora Kessler and Elizabeth de Wolff

One Small Step partners Cora Kessler (29) and Elizabeth "Lisa" de Wolff (57) talk about identity, fear, and the impact of social media on the country's political divide. They reflect on their political upbringings and on how they choose to...

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Michael Wehrle and David Shanks

One Small Step conversation partners Michael "Mike" Wehrle (70) and David "Dave" Shanks (64) consider how their upbringings and recent examples of police brutality have shaped their understanding of racism. They also discuss the issues they have with the current...

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Mohamed Shoreibah and Lynda Wilson

One Small Step conversation partners Mohamed Shoreibah (47) and Lynda Wilson (72) discuss immigration, political misinformation, Birmingham's history of racism and political struggle, and their hopes for its future.

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Clara O'Daniel and Hannah Livingstone

One Small Step conversation partners Clara O'Daniel (62) and Hannah Livingstone (21) talk about their experience with homeschool, passions for history, the importance of forgiveness, and the complexities in library censorship.

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M. Charisma Williams and Peter Cober

One Small Step conversation partners M. "Charisma" Williams (38) and Peter "Pete" Cober (70) talk about their upbringings, their travel experiences, and their hopes for the future of the United States.

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Judy Weisman and Jack Rosenhammer

One Small Step conversation partners Jack Rosenhammer (33) and Judy Weisman (80) discuss their concerns about polarization, whether our democracy is at risk, and if they consider themselves "optimists."

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Tim Ault-Duell and Wayne Bell

One Small Step conversation partners Tim Ault-Duell (69) and Wayne Bell (58) discuss the hard work of farming in their childhood, how they became more open-minded, and the logistics of elections. Note for listeners: This interview contains harmful/strong language about...

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Julia Moore and Asia Ramsey

One Small Step conversation partners Julia Moore (23) and Asia Ramsey (26) have a conversation about religion, politics, and abortion.

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Gunner Hodgson and Jackie Cason

One Small Step conversation partners Gunner Hodgson (33) and Jackie Cason (60) discuss their backgrounds, personal political values, and reflect on people who share similar political beliefs.

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Marsha Meekins Cheatham and Lisa Watson

One Small Step partners Marsha Meekins Cheatham (70) and Lisa Watson [no age given] share a conversation about Black Lives Matter, their work, and their political views and values. They also talk about their perspectives on abortion, on environmentalism, the...

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Brenda Armstrong and Travis Oliger

One Small Step partners Travis Oliger (53) and Brenda Armstrong (41) share a conversation about small businesses, their concerns over the political division in the country, and their life stories.

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Benita Conde and John Marklin

One Small Step conversation partners Benita Conde (47) and John Marklin (67) exchange their lived experiences. They connect on the parallels in their seemingly disparate political journeys, voting as independents outside of parties that have disappointed them, and John shares...

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Lori Brewer-Ferguson and Paul Lockwood

One Small Step conversation partners Paul Lockwood (62) and Lori Brewer (63) discuss their political identities, local political issues, potential solutions to social problems, media and discourse, and their hobbies.

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Jon Myers and Richard Moore

One Small Step Conversation Partners Richard Moore (61) and Jon Myers (68) discuss political tensions and communication, the impact of family on their worldviews, conspiracy theories, and the skeptical movement.

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Lisa Snyder and Heather Stocker

One Small Step partners Lisa Snyder (69) and Heather Stocker (48) discuss mental health, autism, and their concerns about their own political parties.

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James Morgan and Greg Lingo

One Small Step conversation participants James "Jim" Morgan (52) and Greg Lingo (69) sit down for a conversation about they ways in which history is important to them, how Richmond has changed, and looking at their parents retroactively.