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Ann Louise Olson and Amy Pepper

One Small Step partners Ann Louise Olson (67) and Amy Pepper (60) consider how their Jewish faith and careers have shaped their values and political views.

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Catherine Fox and Jesse Vaughn

One Small Step conversation partners Catherine Fox (74) and Jesse Vaughn (50) have a conversation about being newspaper fans, the state of the art world, and how Evangelicals/Baptists can get behind Trump.

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Bette Myerson and Bruce Grossman

Bette Myerson (76) interviews her longtime friend Bruce Grossman (75) about his relationship with Judaism and creating Jewish community spaces in Taos, New Mexico.

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Jolee Kennedy and Arlene Levit

One Small Step partners Jolee Kennedy (65) and Arlene Levit (70) discuss their upbringing, their work as nurses, and their concerns over younger generations and climate change.

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Sheila Mark and Howard Mark

Spouses Sheila Mark [no age given] and Howard Mark [no age given] take turns reflecting on falling in love, the importance of family, and their favorite moments from the past 77 years they've spent together.

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Harrison Watkins and Roselyne Swig

Harrison Watkins (33) reminisces with his grandmother Roselyne Swig [no age given] on her vast knowledge and experiences as a businesswoman, mother, and grandmother.

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Kelly Dozier and Laurie Dozier III

Laurie Dozier III (71) interviews his wife, Kelly Dozier (61), about LeMoyne Arts, where Kelly serves as the Board Lead Director. They discuss Kelly's passion for the work she does, the art center's award winning Chain of Parks Art Festival,...

Elijah Wiseman and Estelle I.

Elijah Wiseman (17) talks to Estelle I. (99) about growing up Jewish.

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Jessica Elfenbein and Robert Feinstein

Jessica Elfenbein (61) and her husband Robert Feinstein (62) have a conversation about their 4 decades together, reflecting on their many moves, the family they've built, and their Jewish identity.

Cooking with Judy Goodstein

Scott Goodstein interviews Judy Goodstein about our family’s cooking traditions from Eastern Europe to Cleveland’s East Side.