Andrew Burnham and Brendan Daly

One Small Step partners, Andrew Burnham (50) and Brendan Daly (59), share their political beliefs, their shared experience of the non-profit world and come to reminisce about how politics didn't used to be such a touchy subject.

Shelby Butler and Jana De Benedetti

One Small Step conversation partners, Shelby Butler (29) and Dr. Jana De Benedetti (60), discuss their views on different topics, including abortion, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the US political party system.

Nelson Julian’s inspiring story and thoughtfulness
November 30, 2022 App Interview

Nelson Julian, 62 year old and my second uncle. His life and experience with living on a small island, as well as moving to California. In addition to regrets and special moments he will pass down to younger generations.

Living in My Mom’s Big and Adventurous World.

This is the story of a mother and how far she went to get to where she is now. This interview introduces my mom’s struggles, but also her successes. It is also an interview about her child hood and our...

Christopher Kendel and Mary Ellen Jordan

One Small Step conversation partners Christopher Kendel (51) and Mary Ellen Jordan (49) talk about their personal political beliefs, division on social media and the pandemic.

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.

Holley Hughes and Larry Shaw

One Small Step partners Larry Shaw (74) and Holley Hughes (32) discuss their religious upbringings, what led to both of them leaving the Democratic party and what the role of the government is.

Interview with mom

17 year old daughter interviews her mother about her life experience.

Thom Olmstead and Robert Pavlik
September 17, 2020 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Thom Olmstead (66) and Robert Pavlik (60) talk about their families, military background, and faith.

Deep thoughts with Xavier

My uncle Xavi is a great man, a man who has served our country and one “who’s lived five lifetimes at least.” He shares with us a moment when others kindness was on full display, sharing about the people who...

Son interviews mother about life.

In this interview, conducted in September of 2020 in Burlingame, California, Ryan Dokoza(14) interviews his mother about what her life was like when she was growing up and what it is like now. She speaks about her middle class upbringing...

Young independence

In he book Black Boy by Richard, being independent is an important topic. Us teenager are being forced to be independent at a young age which come in cons and pros.

My cousin’s life lesson, decisions and childhood memories

A cousin (Kathy Lin) interviews her cousin (Sarah Zhang) on her life lessons, decisions and childhood memories. Throughout Sarah's life she has made many life decisions but hasn't regret anything. The decisions she made is greatly influenced by her mother....

Jordan Kirk and Dean Paron

One Small Step conversation partners Jordan "Jordy" Kirk [no age given] and Dean Paron (52) talk about their mutual love for the outdoors and where it came from and division in our country and community.

Young independence

In the book Black Boy by Richard, being independent is a big topic. Many kids are being forced to be independent at a young age.

Paula Goble and Sonja Bryant

Sonja Bryant (50) shares a conversation with her friend, Paula Goble (62), about Paula’s childhood, her family, and her siblings. Sonja and Paula also talk about growing up in the Columbus, Georgia area and about a trip they took together...

Juliette Smith interviews Sophia Cvrk

Sophia talks about her experience during the pandemic living in New Hampshire with her sister.

Learning about Abigail

Talked about life, memories, friendship, faith, family, and future

US History Project

I’m glad I got to know my mom a little more in a different way. I love her and she’s been through a lot so I respect her in every way possible

Morals behind the Memories

“The Germans shot my father, shot my sister, she was twelve years old.” On November 28, 2019 in Studio City, California, Andrew Yotnegparian sat down with his grandfather, Maurice Yotnegparian, to learn about the struggles he faced in his life...