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I interviewed my dad about Nixon and his time as President. He was old enough to remember, but didn’t have a big interest in politics at the time.
I sit down and ask my step mother questions about childhood. Then i move on to some work related and politically minded questions.
We Will go over politics & immigration
After living through a pandemic since March 2020, five people share their unique experiences and how the COVID-19 outbreak has affected their lifestyle, mental health, physical health, views, etc. Recorded August 16, 2020
Kendall and I talk about a few different topics. Start with her family traditions and holidays. We then go into religion and finally end with the current state of politics in the United States.
Nicole Overton (16) interviews Jackie Overton (72) who currently lives in Rocklin, California. She asks her about her life growing up in Louisiana during the late1950s and early 1960s, her fondest memories from her teenage, child, and adult years, and...
We talked about his accomplishments and regrets, his path to becoming successful, how he wants to be remembered, his views on religion and politics, and what he likes about life.
Conor discusses his experience in college and reflects on his high school self. He also discusses what his plans are for after college
We will be discussing the expectations of parenting and the way it affects teens and our thinking. Society has so many expectations of how each parent is supposed to act.
We talked about everything from childhood to military service to current political events.
Sally Y. Conrad (79) talks with her daughter, Susan Conrad (48) about finding her voice as a woman and advocate for social change, and the courageous choices she made in her life, including running for public office and serving in...
One Small Step conversation partners Caroline Valentine (76) and Peter Werts (35) discuss their backgrounds, political values, and travel.
We delve into the topic of how stay-at-home mothers vs working mothers have an impact on their children growing up and the gender norms that come along with them.
We talked about the feminist movement and America’s relationship with its women. We also delved into personal stories about the feminist movement.
Les Thorpe (77) and Jesse Z have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Les discusses how his political ideology transformed after the 2016 election of President Trump, while Jesse reveals how he balances certain libertarian views with an...