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Julie Coulombe and Sharon Zandman-Zeman
August 11, 2021 OSS Hub

One Small Step Conversation partners Julie Coulombe (55) and Sharon Zandman-Zeman (70) talk about their political beliefs, diversity in politics, and rigid political ideals.

Home educating due to under funding

Dennis discusses their family's choice to home educate instead of 'special' provision and how underfunding affected her child in mainstream school

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Bruria Finkel and Courtney Gilbert

StoryCorps facilitator Courtney Gilbert (28) talks with Bruria Finkel (87) about her career as an artist, her family and how she opened doors for women in the arts.

Made to be true to yourself

Mary talks with members of the Colorado Episcopal Service Corps about life lessons she has learned and the role religion and community has played in her life

Josh Simmons and open source diplomacy

Josh Simmons, Amanda Casari, and Julia Ferraioli talk about open source representation, transformative moments that led to increased participation, and hopes for the future.

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Scott Savage and Jennifer Savage

Spouses, Scott Savage (58) and Jennifer Savage (56), share a conversation about the books that Scott writes, their collaborative working process, the tours they go on together, and the power of books. They also talk about neurodiversity and the role...

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Cathy Barker and Dick Weaver

Cathy Barker (66) shares a unique story with her husband Dick Weaver (68) centered around her family's long practice of hospitality and inclusion. Cathy shares a story about about Jacques, her mother's life-long friend, who was rejected by his parents...

LGBTQ+ inclusion in churches

I interview Jared Jaggers, a pastoral resident at Wilshire Baptist Church, about its recent LGBTQ+ inclusion decision and LGBTQ+ involvement in churches.

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Lisa Sanchez and Lynne Clunk

Lisa Sanchez (49) interviews her first grade teacher Lynne Clunk (63). The two share memories of their interactions, how each has influenced the other and the obstacles they've overcome.