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One Small Step partners Daniel Villar (41) and Debra Stuart (70) talk about their faith, culture, and Daniel's experiences as a gay, practicing Catholic.
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.
One Small Step conversation partners Michael Ciccarello (69) and Brian Florko (45) share memories of growing up along with their general ideologies.
One Small Step conversation partners Adam Rosenblatt (36) and Uri Cohen (30) discuss growing up in different economic situations, along with Cohen's libertarian political identity as well as his social identity.
One Small Step conversation partners Marilyn Dubasek (69) and Joe Gramc (37) talk about their political beliefs, families and division in the country.
One Small Step partners Margaret Pittenger (75) and Vincent "Vince" Frodl (61) talk about their respective backgrounds, careers, and thoughts on politics and government regulation.
One Small Step partners Thomas "Alan" Fisher (66) and Christie Keegan (73) discuss their views on gun ownership and their shared concerns over the tenor of our current political climate.
One Small Step partners Margaret Arnette Woody (64) and Philip Perkins (44) talk about their upbringings, the influence their parents had on them, and how their political views are shaped by their experiences as people of color.
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.
One Small Step participants Amanda Robinson (28) and Thomas "Tom" Lorenz (no age given) sit down for a conversation about the United States losing its "united" aspect, problems with the news media, privilege, and fairness.
One Small Step Partners, Peggy Coquet (72) and Keith Kluksdahl (65), discuss their differing views and connect over how they view the changes in America over time.
One Small Step partners Paul Vaughn (30) and Heather Montgomery (43) have a conversation about libertarianism and a lot of the social topics currently at the forefront, including racism, privilege, and socio-economic issues.
One Small Step Conversation partners David Lima (78) and Sandro Galindo (48) talk about their upbringings, the pandemic and the difference between the political parties.
Missoula liberal Jessica Mayrer and Libertarian Ethan Holmes discuss the environment, the 2020 elections and the concept of "anarcho-altruism."
One Small Step partners Amy Lyon (57) and Tariff Risinger (53) discuss their military service, why the U.S. Constitution is still relevant, and how they think our country has "devolved" into two opposing sides.
One Small Step conversation partners Sarah Graves (43) and Kate Hall (48) talk about value of hard work, entrepreneurship, parenthood, and the current political climate around trans rights.
One Small Step conversation partners Dr. Ihsan Haque (67) and Joe Hicks (63) talk about the division in this country, their religious faiths, and their political beliefs.
One Small Step conversation partners Joe Marra (57) and Landon Reid (50) talk about how important their parents were to their development, the joys of both having a 5 year old and how to make some politics a win-win situation.
One Small Step partners Brian Ingram (42) and Noelle Sorenson (53) share a candid conversation about how their personal experiences with racism, the military, and deaf community impacted their points of view in the world.
One Small Step conversation partners David Gallagher [No Age Given] and RJ Young (34) met for the first time virtually. In their conversation, they talk about their different experiences with guns and what the "truth" in media means. They also...
One Small Step participants, Marta Amézquita (69) and Stephen Padilla (51) talk about their backgrounds and beliefs.