Carolyn Carbaugh and Tom Magri

[Recorded: Tuesday, September 20th, 2022] Carloyn (21) and Tom (63) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Carolyn is a Fourth Year undergraduate student studying anthropology at the University of Virginia and Tom is currently the Director of...

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Natalie Nicholson and Patrick Harkin

One Small Step conversation partners Patrick "Pat" Harkin (66) and Natalie Nicholson (62) talk about isolation during COVID-19, Black Lives Matter, and how they're actually not so different.

Dami Ayandipo and Virginia Warren

[Recorded: Thursday, September 7, 2023] Dami Ayandipo (19) from Ashburn, VA, and Virginia Warren (19) from Midlothian, VA participated in this One Small Step conversation as part of their Public Service Pathways 1-credit UNST course at UVA. Both students have...

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Clay Adair and Daryl Juran

One Small Step conversation partners Clay Adair (38) and Daryl Juran (70) sit down for a conversation about their , their career paths, taxes, and the news media they take in.

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Stephen Rumbaugh and Kathryn Kurrelmeier-Lee

One Small Step partners Stephen Rumbaugh (54) and Kathryn "Shawn" Kurrelmeier-Lee (65) discuss their backgrounds, their roles in the education system, and their hopes for a more proactive and less divisive society.

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LaQuesha Wiley and John Espinosa

One Small Step conversation partners LaQuesha Wiley (34) and John Espinosa (25) talk about their families, what it means to be a "moderate," vaccine hesitancy, and how COVID-19 has brought communities together

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Denise Hartsough and Peter Strazdas

One Small Step partners Denise Hartsough (64) and Peter Strazadas (64) talk about their backgrounds, values, experiences with race, and their perspectives on the role of government.

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Steven Doles and Jay Ailworth

One Small Step conversation partners Steven Doles (69) and Jay Ailworth (71) explore each of their different lived experiences. They find commonalities in their military experience as Vietnam veterans, their troubles with far-right conservatives, and discuss how race has impacted...

Andy Ulrich and Bill Antholis

[Recorded: Friday, November 12, 2021] Andy Ulrich (42) and Bill Antholis (56) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Andy is an Instructional Coach for Albemarle County Public Schools and Bill is the CEO of the Miller Center...

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Virginia Schmid and Marty Rosenbluth

One Small Step conversation partners Marty Rosenbluth (63) and Virginia "Jinnie" Lee Schmid (55) discuss their diverse career paths, how their religious beliefs have shaped their political views, and how the current nature of politics is to ignore some aspects...

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Lesa Williams and Natalie May

One Small Step partners Lesa Williams (61) and Natalie May (62) talk about their families, their nonprofit work with children, and their views on funding in public education.

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Hayley Greco and Quinn Jackson

[Recorded: Thursday, September 21st, 2023] Hayley Greco (19) from New Fairfield, Connecticut, and Quinn Jackson (19) from Scotch Plains, New Jersey participated in this One Small Step conversation as part of their Public Service Pathways 1-credit UNST course at UVA....

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Dioane Gates and Josh Rhoades

One Small Step conversation partners Dioane Gates (44) and Josh Rhoades (35) discuss living abroad, spirituality, family, and their political views.

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Sandy Wheeler and Donald Cowles

One Small Step partners Sandy Wheeler (40) and Donald Cowles (75) examine their shared experience as military kids, explore the similarities and differences in their political values, reflect on the challenge of engaging across political differences, and connect over their...

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Luisa Restrepo and Pearl Lee

One Small Step conversation partners Luisa Restrepo (21) and Pearl Lee (21) have a conversation about the misconceptions out there about political moderates, gun reform, and their inspirations to help people.