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One Small Step conversation partners Lynne Bird (70) and Peter Mader (69) discuss their earliest memories of social issues, race in the United States, rural life, reproductive rights, and issues important to them in their Wichita, Kansas community.
One Small Step partners Tonya Keim (43) and Aaime Smith (49) talk about their political beliefs and the 2016 Presidential Election.
Since the spark of the COVID-19 Pandemic, last year many small business owners like Reymond had to go through the uncertainty of what the future was holding for him and his family. Fast forward to 2021, Reymond tells us about...
One Small Step partners Jim Waszak (69) and Erika J (38) discuss their upbringings, the kindest people in their lives, and their economic beliefs.
One Small Step partners Karen McNally [no age given] and Sonya Hughes (78) talk about their childhoods, careers, and political values.
Michael Aito, the owner of Stratton Pharmacy in Scarsdale, New York, has been the strength and stay of the surrounding community for nearly 30 years. As a pharmacist and first-responder, the unprecedented Covid times forced Aito to adapt his business...
Michael "Mike" Randall (55) interviews his mother, Carole Randall (81), on their family's history in philanthropy and community service.