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Kelly Phillips (54) and her One Small Step partner Alec Sabatini (29) discuss varying topics like global warming, gun control, media consumption, and politics.
One Small Step partners Joann Polenz (88) and Jack Wilkinson (75) discuss the events in their lives that shaped their political views.
One Small Step partners Elisa Oh (50) and Walt Roberts (76) meet for a conversation and discuss their passions, political beliefs, and their work to inspire the next generation.
One Small Step partners Darlene Dabbs (69) and Vicki Smith (61) sit down for a conversation about their childhoods, religious beliefs, and political standings.
One Small Step Partners Jennifer Einolf (57) and Jim Selzer (81) discuss their backgrounds and beliefs, their shared value of connecting across difference, the nuances of their ever-evolving political and party identities, and reflect on what they've learned from one...
One Small Step conversation partners Ian Campbell (27) and Kris Robertson (59) take an hour to discuss their multi-regional experience with America and how it has shaped their faith and political perspective.
Judith "Judy" Bentley (63) and One Small Step partner Laura Mayo (68) relate over their frustrations with US institutions and the polarization of US politics.
One Small Step conversation partners Elizabeth Horwitz (54) and Victoria Lopes (59) have an open and vulnerable conversation about loss, relationships, and growing older on one's own.
Tom Hennes (65) and One Small Step partner, Bill Watts (67), discuss their careers, travel opportunities, and politics.
One Small Step partners Lynda Grose (62) and Cecil Johnson (58) discuss their relationships to family and consider how their backgrounds have influenced their political views.
One Small Step conversation partners P "Scott" Dyvad (55) and David Ginsborg (54) discuss belief in government and media, being involved in their communities, and current political issues, such as the January 6th Capitol riot and the Defund the Police...
One Small Step partners Marianne Stack (63) and JaLynn Prince [no age given] discuss the changes in the news industry that have led to increased political polarization in the US.
One Small Step partners Anna Kerkhoff (67) and Jeff Vose (57) sit down for a conversation where they find they are both new grandparents, have close-knit groups of friends who are very important to them, and believe in doing balanced...
One Small Step conversation partners Solomon "Sol" Krishef (27) and Morton Glickman (86) discuss their first interests in politics, the news media they consume, and the ages of politicians.
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 Wilbur "Ben" Cousins (66) and Laura King (63) sit down for a conversation about their desire for civil conversations, the pivotal differences between them like their views on abortion, and patriotism.
One Small Step partners Lindsay Komline (31) and Teresa Dominick (58) have a conversation about the COVID-19 pandemic and immigration reform.
Edward Chang (55) tells SC Facilitator, Virginia Lora (26), about his experience living through the 1992 L.A. Riots and how the Korean community changed and redefined itself after the riots.
One Small Step partners LJ Davis (45) and Bev Emmenecker (64) have a conversation about protests for small businesses, issues with the pharmaceutical industry, and Christian values. They find common ground in the philosophy that many people have shared beliefs...
One Small Step partners Alison Caughman (74) and Judy Walton (68) have a conversation about being "military brats" and volunteers as well as their biggest challenges and greatest achievements.
One Small Step conversation partners Leslie Hoyt (66) and Emily Hatch (34) discuss their differing political beliefs, feelings around motherhood, and find common ground around experiences of loss and grief.
One Small Step partners Rebekah Keasling (43) and Mike Bayliff (48) discuss growing up in small towns, their differing views on tax policy, and why giving back to community is important.
Varisha Khan (21) and Ferdose Idris (21) talk about their friendship, their Muslim-American identity, and their encounters with Islamophobia.
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.