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Adam Koplan (48) talks to his friend Andrew Nemr (41) about Andrew's life and career as a tap dancer.
Melissa Mackenzie (68) prompts her dear friend Esayas Asfeha (41) to recount his migration story from multiple refugee camps to his arrival in Missoula, Montana, a 16 year process.
One Small Step partners William Cherry (35) and Aaron Pillen (29) discuss the most influential people in their lives, their views, and their attempts to find the political middle.
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Sally Patton (76) about her childhood, her career, her family, and the quilt that has been passed down to her from the early 1820s.
Nadine Lutz (48) speaks with her mother, Rola Jbeily (69), about the stations of her life.
One Small Step partners Becky [No Name Given] (66) and Jane Pacelli (72) discuss agreeing to disagree, bridging political gaps between family members, and making art.
Jennifer Reed (54) interviews her father, Edward "Ed" Wood III (80), about his childhood, the information he has found about their family history through his interest in genealogy, and the Christian mission work their family does together.
One Small Step conversation partners Elaina Behounek (41) speaks to Arlene Baker (68) about the history of politics and sex education.
Tatjana Tadic Andrews (28) talks with her mother, Svjetlana Tadic (49), about her experience leaving Bosnia in her 20s during civil war and coming to the US as a refugee. Svjetlana recalls first impressions of new foods she tried in...
One Small Step partners Janeen Richards (59) and Patricia Burkett (53) discuss family estrangement due to politics on social media, their Covid experiences, and spirituality.
One Small Step partners Anne Nowrouz (73) and Nathaniel "Nat" Cross (55) have a conversation about their connections to the Peace Corps, the need for political parties to work together, and being open to optimism for the future.
Emma Johnson (20) shares a conversation with her father, Roger Johnson (76), about his childhood in Florida, growing up on a farm, traveling, and his relationship with his family.
Brien Lee (61) interviews his mother, Jean Lee Stadler (87), about their family history and his namesake, Patrick O'Brien.
Kendra Morgan (38) shares a conversation with her father, Clark Morgan (64), about their family’s history and Civil War history. Clark also talks about his involvement in living history, in Civil War reenactments, and about his gratitude for the support...