One Small Step: Jared

“People are less willing and able to breach their comfort zone in order to think about how does the other person think/feel.”

One Small Step: Jaqueline

“Well, I had a really crappy childhood, so, I guess, taking my experiences from my childhood, I see the world differently.”

One Small Step: Mary Ann

“My parents were one Republican, one Democrat. They argued at the dinner table all the time.”

One Small Step: Sally Ann and Eileen

“What shaped my politics was the Black Panther Trial that went on here in New Haven in 1969,”

One Small Step: Stephanie

“I grew up here in New Haven, and theres a lot of diversity in New Haven, and for the most part, I think we all get along pretty well.”

One Small Step: Alyssa

Recorded at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival on 4/28/19 with the One Small Step question set.

One Small Step: Deborah

Recorded at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival on 4/28/19 with the One Small Step question set.

One Small Step: Phyllis

Recorded at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival on 4/28/19 with the One Small Step question set.

One Small Step: Carolyn

Recorded at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival on 4/28/19 with the One Small Step question set. Recorded at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival on 4/28/19 with the One Small Step question set.

One Small Step: Jane

“I grew up in a house where there were so many pictures of John F. Kennedy that I thought he was a relative.”

One Small Step

“I’m open minded. My mother said ‘Just love everything. Exprience everything. Be open minded.'”

One Small Step: Paul

Recorded at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival on 4/28/19 with the One Small Step question set.

One Small Step: Kyle

Recorded at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival on 4/28/19 with the One Small Step question set.

One Small Step: Dan

“Have a sense of humor about it [the world]. Not everything is serious, not everything is life or death. Have a perspective. Don’t be afraid to laugh.”

Me interviewing my Popo (Mom’s Dad)

My popo was never really that much of a talker but even this little time was amazing to here him speak from the heart

One Small Step: Rebecca

“I think having one of my daughters being involved in Hillary’s campaign was very empowering.”

One Small Step: John

“I grew up in the 90’s during a lot of economic prosperity, so I think that gave me kind of an optimistic outlook.”

One Small Step: Pryna

“Being both socially liberal, as well as economically and fiscally liberal is not typical usual for an Indian American family.”

One Small Step: Hamsa

Recorded at the Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival on 4/28/19 with the One Small Step question set.