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One Small Step partners Lena Jackson (46) and Brian Kurzik (34) talk about the struggles they have faced and overcome in life.
Spouses Wanja Ngugi (35) and Steve Rutledge (49) sit down together to tell their love story and express their deep appreciation for one another.
Kathryn talks about her life growing up on Long Island, and her summers in Breezy Point. She shares her favorite childhood memories and remembers her favorite teachers. She also shares her experience with the events that occurred on 9/11.
One Small Step partners Laura Honeywood (41) and Peter Crisci (59) talk about their political views, abortion rights, and education.
Shannon Healy (21) interviews her mother, Sheila Healy (53), about Sheila's mother. They discuss what she was like, how she passed, and what Sheila would say to her today.
One Small Step partners Maria Kane (42) and Geoffrey Walker (76) have a conversation about racial discrimination, community outreach, and military service.
One Small Step partners Laura Middlebrooks (53) and Ted Wiaziowski (47) have a conversation about how they have grown as people and the influences on their lives.
One Small Step partners Wendy Lambert (56) and Tia Carlton (48) talk about religion, motherhood, and the changes in their careers.
Andrew Warner (27) shares a conversation with his father, Alan Warner (70), and step-mom, Joanne Levitan (64), about his birth mother. They remember her life before Andrew's birth, discuss Andrew's memories of her, and remember her passing.
Fiances Paula Froehle (58) and Jason Todd Ferguson (46) come together to share a conversation about their relationship, love after divorce, and how they support one another, particularly how Todd supported Paula through the end of her mother's battle with...
Celeste Miller (56) shares a conversation with her friend Tonya Ratican (57) about her father, his service in the Marine Corps, and the military's significance in both of their lives.
Siblings Lindsey Culli (38) and Tyler Miller (34) share a conversation about the passing of their father. They recall their favorite memories of him, and reflect on who he was as a person.
One Small Step partners Nicholas Palisch (43) and Stephen Burdett (62) talk about their political views, major life moments, and their careers.
Partners, M'Leah Woodward (48) and Aaron Rashaw (48), reflect on midlife and the experience of aging.
One Small Step partners Brian Baker (65) and Lola Adeyemo (38) talk about education, religion, and their political beliefs.
David Stuart talks to Trevor Miller about the difficulties of losing his mother during a very difficult time in his life.
Rick Osborne (54) shares a conversation with his sister Mary Kearney (70) about their family, their experiences growing up, and their happiest and saddest moments.
Vicki Brackens (68) and her One Small Step partner Anne Wimberly (52) discuss political differences amongst US demographics, their personal relationships, and racial discrimination.
One Small Step conversation partners Angela Mayer (51) and Venita Blackburn (38) talk about their shared curiosity about other people, impactful moments from their youth, the importance of education, and their frustrations with their political parties.
Friends Meari Avery (67) and Roberta Solimene (66) discuss the lives of their mothers, and describe the effect their mothers had on each of their lives.
Few things are harder in life than losing a parent as a child. Debra Kantor knows that feeling. So does her son, Greg. Their same-sex parents died when they were six and sixteen years old, respectively. Unfortunately, they’re two of...
Eva Steers-Smith (37) and her One Small Step partner, Mary Kate Cary (58), connect over their shared experiences having loss their mother and provide stories or insight to their belief on politics and life overall.
One Small Step partners Sally Daniel (68) and Cindy Adams (62) talk about politics, religion, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Peter Savage (82) shares a conversation with his daughters Serena Savage (51) and Lina Moscarella (49) about their mother, who they lost to Alzheimer's. They discuss how Peter and their mother met, what their life was like together, and remember...