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One Small Step participants Rachelle Wilson (56) and Sam Sims (47) discuss their upbringings and political beliefs. They talk about the political parties they are registered under, campaign financings, and abortion.
Cousins Makayla West (25) and Sondia Bell (37) talk about special needs awareness, the businesses they have started, and the need for government resources to be funneled back into the community.
Carrie Anne Frazier (48) speaks with Sarah Riggs Stapleton (39) about her advocacy work as a parent who wanted to improve school food in 4j District schools in Eugene, Oregon, the challenges that ensued with Sodexo, the corporation that managed...
In this interview made on November 29, 2021 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Karina Garrido(16) interviews her best friend and boyfriend Colin Herring(18) about his family history, school, covid-19, and more.
I had a conversation with my boyfriend, Connor, about his experience transitioning from a Public school to a Private school for his last 4 years of school. We also continued our conversation to talk about college. The more we talk...
One Small Step partners Mary Braasch (31) and Michele Spivey (59) discuss their upbringing, their relationship to their partners, and their hopes for the future of the United States.
One Small Step partners and fellow Oklahomans John Thompson (68) and Pete Sweger (46) discuss their work and in education and healthcare. They speak further about prison reform and education reform in Oklahoma.
I Bradley Spirt interviewed my grandpa, David Spirt on November 23, 2018 in Pennsylvania. We discussed how is childhood was and how school was, how he met my Grandma. When he was in school he went to an all boys...
One Small Step partners Patti Faini (63) and Tina Pittman (54) discuss their catholic upbringings, the future of younger generations, personal struggles, and local issues in Richmond.
One Small Step partners Eric Benitez (20) and Leslie Loewen (48) share a conversation about their families, their passions, the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health, and their faith and values.
[Recorded: Friday, November 5th, 2021] Christina and Jane, two women living in Charlottesville, have a One Small Step conversation. They talk about their personal political journeys, and how recent years have shifted their views. Other themes include education, racial justice,...
This interview I asked some very philosophical questions that really got my person thinking. He has some very intriguing responses that lead into deep and meaningful conversations
One Small Step conversation partners Patty (40) and Justin (32) have a conversation about their recent weddings, dogs, and families. They bond over both getting married recently and having connections to Chicago. Justin describes his large wedding in Savannah, while...
Cherilyn Evans (63) tells facilitator Daniel Littlewood (32) about how she moved from Los Angeles to Ukiah, California.
One Small Step participants Susan Miller (73) and Ruth Belhumeur (66) discuss their experiences in the medical field, their husbands' careers in medicine compared to their own, and their common enemy: insurance companies.
Jodi Wilkof (51) interviews her friend, Rosanne Wood (69), about her family, her career as an educator, and her current work as a member of the school board.
Mark McIntyre (71) and Robin Hickey (71) find commonality in their ages, marriages, and children, but also differences as they discuss their thoughts on parenting, environmental regulations, unions, social mobility, and race relations.
Spouses, Paula Castano (49) and James Castano (52), share a conversation about how they met, how their relationship developed, their work in the FBI, counterterrorism, the adoption process, their children, and their work with Hillsborough Public School Advocates in Tampa.
In this interview Lara talks about her time as a teacher in both public and private schools. She shares her experiences with teaching through her 25 years of teaching as well as advice for upcoming teachers.
Heather shares stories of growing up in the historic Philadelphia neighborhood, Tacony, and shares stories of her childhood and upbringing and then her eventual opening of her business in Mt. Airy, Philaelphia. Recorded as part of an artist residency with...
Devon Chirstianson (59) interviews her parents Edward “Mike” Thron (86) and Joan Thron (85) about how they met, their university studies, and their careers.
An abridged version of my interview, My Life Long Teacher.
Childhood friends Charlie Garrott (63) and James Phares (62) reflect on their time growing up in Jackson, Mississippi during the onset of school desegregation. Charlie and James discuss their experiences at public school in Jackson and remember their integrated youth...