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One Small Step partners Elizabeth Cochran (49) and Melody Shaw (65) witness the ways in which politicians and the media strive to keep us divided and fighting each other, which is not what they see locally. They agree that it...
Friends Liliane Lemani (38) and Emiliana Salama (51) talk about their interests in starting businesses in the United States, and reflect on their experiences selling goods and materials while they were at a refugee camp in Namibia.
One Small Step participants Stuart Munson (64) and Daniel Fairley (29) share a conversation about their political and economic beliefs, how their beliefs have changed over time, and the people in their lives that they admire.
One Small Step conversation partners Dennis Pierce (81) and Moni Grushkin (59) explore their political views on a range of issues, and find common ground on values, in spite of political differences
One Small Step partners Thomas "Tommy" Orlando (33) and John Sadzewicz (65) share their different viewpoints on abortion, health care, and socialism.
One Small Step conversation partners Timothy "Tim" Hunter (63) and Claire Ninde (57) share life histories, political opinions and things they've learned from family members.
One Small Step conversation partners Joseph "Dennis" Delaney (84) and Jean O'Sullivan (76) connected and reminisced about days past in the Vermont Legislature. They talked about childcare, taxes, education and the Build Back Better plan.
One Small Step Conversation partners Joseph "Joe" [No name given] (52) and Jennifer "Jen" [No name given](48) talk about their faith, working in law enforcement and the importance of conversations to find understanding.
My mom talks about her jobs, putting my dad through school, cars, motherhood and the IRS.
One Small Step partners Rebekah Keasling (43) and Mike Bayliff (48) discuss growing up in small towns, their differing views on tax policy, and why giving back to community is important.
Theresa Lothspeich, 76, talks with brother Sylvan Loegering, 71, about their memories of growing up on a farm with 12 other siblings.
One Small Step partners Lauren Weston (39) and Ward Danielson (55) discuss their religious backgrounds, concerns about the United States' Southern border, and how their political views have evolved.
One Small Step partners Anita Stoudmire (55) and Kathleen Van Riesen (74) discuss the "loneliness epidemic," free speech, and their opinions about transgender youth.
One Small Step Conversation partners Rich Fhaner (42) and Nancy Nolan (62) talk about living as an immigrant, law enforcement and how both major US political parties have their issues.
Carolyn Moore Ford (67) shares a conversation with her nephew, Alexander "Alex" Moore (30), about the history of their family farm, discuss a conservation advancement program, and farming legislation.
One Small Step conversation partners Debra Dowdy (69) and Caitlin McCarthy (70) build a conversation on the incredible amount they discover they have in common with each other. Connecting as nurses, they talk about their similar political upbringings, politicians not...
One Small Step partners Rhonda Toussaint (60) and Tara Giger (42) have a conversation about the foster care system and children's education.
One Small Step partners Paula McElwee (70) and Mary Jane Gilmer (72) have a conversation about their fathers as great influences in their lives, believing in keeping people at home and out of nursing homes, and discussing how the government...
A dry year scares you to death; a wet year starves you to death. The short answer is, there is no typical year in farming. It’s a year of hard work and hope. Joe explains the economics of making ends...
One Small Step partners Kevin [No Name Given] (59) and Adilene “Addy” [No Name Given] (31) talk about the experiences and identities that shaped their relationships, world-views, and career paths.
Immigrants come into this country to live a better life but must overcome discrimination and other difficulties to live their version of the American Dream.