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Damon Young and Martin Garcia

One Small Step conversation partners Damon Young (45) and Martin Garcia (40) talk about their beliefs about the economy, religion, and local politics.

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Lucienne Nicholson and Sydney Haynesleavy

Lucienne Nicholson (63) and her son, Sydney Haynesleavy (32), talk about Haitian culture and Lucienne's decision to raise her children as universal human beings. Sydney reflects on his upbringing, the connection he has to Haiti, and lessons he has learned...

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Helen Taylor and Katherine Chon

Katherine Chon [no age given] interviews her friend and colleague, Helen Wong Taylor [no age given], about how she arrived to the anti-trafficking field, what she has learned from her work, and how parenthood has impacted her work.

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43:56
Leslie Vaughn and Jerrold Simmons

One Small Step conversation partners Jerrold Simmons (43) and Leslie Vaughn (56), spend an hour discussing their political perspectives, their outlook on parenting and their shared love of being America.

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35:13
Jacob Bonnafoux and Bethany Kolb

Jacob Bonnafoux (25) and Dr. Bethany Kolb (57) come together to talk about their non-traditional paths in medical school and finding support in higher education, especially as Bethany endowed a scholarship at the University of New Mexico, which Jacob received....

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Stella Beat, Larry Beat, and Tanya Beat

Tanya Beat (42) interviews her mother, Stella Beat (74), and her father, Larry Beat (71) about their childhoods, values and hopes for the future. Larry talks about growing up on a farm in Kansas, how 4-H changed his life and...

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Darlene Castillo and Jade Vargas

Darlene Castillo (29) interviews her mentee Jade Vargas (18) about her involvement in modeling and pageantry as a Latina, her experience as an Hermanita with the organization MANA de Albuquerque, and her goals for her future. Jade also reflects on...

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Jennifer Ramos-Chavez and Chelsie Evaldi

Friends Jennifer Ramos-Chavez (39) and Chelsie Evaldi (39) discuss growing up and raising families in El Paso, being first-generation Mexican-Americans, and the ways they have overcome obstacles to achieve their goals and give back to their community.