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One Small Step partners Arline Erven (38) and Joseph Loftus (67) discuss fiscal conservatism, loss of faith, voter responsibility, government involvement in people's lives, transgender rights, and the 2nd Amendment.
One Small Step partners Emily Tomkins (29) and Joseph "Joe" Loftus (68) discuss their different political beliefs and find common ground around income inequality and being "introverts."
One Small Step conversation partners Jodie White (43) and Debbie Hollis (50), both natives of Louisiana, talk about how their early lives and transformative events like 9/11 shaped their politics, what they are proudest of in life, and their hopes...
One Small Step partners Janeen Richards (59) and Patricia Burkett (53) discuss family estrangement due to politics on social media, their Covid experiences, and spirituality.
One Small Step partners Tammy Shackelford (58) and Sarah Lemon (26) explore their differing generational perspectives, their personal political values, and the complexity of many social issues.
[Recorded: Monday, March 21, 2022] Gerard Alexander (56) and Nathan Moore (41) have an impromptu One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Gerard, a UVA professor, and Nathan, general manager of WTJU radio station, discuss anthropology and their experiences traveling...
Chris Kelley (45) and his One Small Step conversation partner Alice Conner (41) discuss their upbringing and when they first become aware of politics. They discuss the recent Covington Catholic High School incident, each giving their own viewpoint and perspective....
One Small Step conversation partners Glen Pegher (36) and Christine R. (38) find common ground across political difference around their support for the military, and share their mutual concerns about divisiveness and extreme viewpoints.
One Small Step partners Jennifer Townsend (48) and Jennifer Harrison (50) talk about rural life, their personal political values, and the state of communication and discourse in their academic disciplines.
One Small Step conversation partners Elise Yoder [no age given] and Dale King (47) talk about their frustrations with how both liberal and conservative communities speak to each other across the aisle.
One Small Step partners Julian Pando (22) and Adam Anthony (43) discuss their paths to their career interests, explore the similarities and differences in their personal political values, and reflect on potential solutions for issues that matter to them.
One Small Step partners Gretchen Wallisch (38) and Thomas Ketchum (59) sit down for a conversation about Roe v. Wade and libertarianism.
One Small Step partners Gregory "Greg" Frazee (62) and Aaron Domini (43) share about their childhoods and upbringings, reflect on the impact of social programs both historically and in the present, and discuss their biggest accomplishments in life.
Janice Sorensen (58) speaks with her One Small Step partner Thomas "Tom" Willis (43) discuss their early political memories, their views on Libertarianism and Ranked-choice Voting, and their beliefs regarding the intersection of Faith and Politics.
One Small Step conversation partners Nancy Phillips (73) and Paul Olson (66) explore the similarities and differences between their political and religious perspectives, and their shared value of parenthood.
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.
In their One Small Step Conversation, Seema Lakdawala (40) and Cannon Roberts (47), discuss their identities as "Indian" and how they relate to that word differently as someone from India, and someone who is Native American, as well as their...
Joaeph "Joe" Garcia (82) and Jace Freyman (36) talk about their family histories, how they came to their vocations, their economic and socio-political fears and hopes for the country, and the importance of connecting with others.
One Small Step conversation partners, Dr. Fen Kennedy (32) and Sabrina Reynolds (49), discuss their relationship to the American South, how educational models influence politics, and the ways that they've become happier over the years.
One Small Step partners Jay Price (53) and Jacob Dailey (27) discuss what people misunderstand about farming and farmers, and the difficulty of navigating various political views within their own families.