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Martin Olson (45) interviews his mother Ulla Olson (75) about her childhood and life in Sweden and later her move to the United States.
Luther Propst (64) and Kasey Mateosky (67) sit down for an in-person One Small Step Conversation in Jackson, Wyoming.
Emily Swinth (18) talked with her sister Kira Swinth (17) about memories of their mother who died almost five years ago, and how their grief has changed over the years.
Karyn Mucklow (63) and her One Small Step partner Lauren Lambert (21) exchange travel stories, anecdotes from former times, and life lessons.
One Small Step Conversation partners Dina Wood (66) and Bailey Shepard (34) discuss experiences in college, major influences in their life, personal values, and political points view.
Colleagues David ter Kulie (51) and Sean Carroll (43) discuss the ways auxiliary services at Vanderbilt University stepped up as leaders to help the university navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and welcome students back for the fall 2020 semester.
Colleagues Andrea George (52) and Pamela "Pam" Jones (62) discuss how they balanced their personal and professional lives at Vanderbilt University during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Claire McCoy (58) sits down with her father, George Black (86), to ask him about his experiences as an actor and his career as a professor in the theater departments of various universities.
Friends Linda Barkenbush (43) and Sydney Lewis (43) share a conversation about how they first met, TV crushes, the value of camp, their work, game shows, snack foods, and their friendship.
One Small Step partners Esther Harbert (61) and Morton Glickman (86) discuss their experiences in medicine, the changes in their fields since medical school, and what it's like to go to political protests.
Lydia Weiss (33) and Kyle Holsinger-Johnson (36) discuss childhood memories and experiences, identity, love, and navigating life. They talk about their relationship with one another and how it started, as well as their personal growth and proudest moments.
Medeline McGitney (78) tells her granddaughter Kristina Riley (31) stories from her early childhood and her life as a mother, student and teacher.
Atem Da’Hajhock (28) and John Kuai (27) talk with Joan Hecht (57) about their experiences as one of the many young refugees from Sudan called the Lost Boys.
Walter Klein (73) was interviewed by Marisa karplus (31) to talk about her father Esteban, who pass away and used to have a very close relationship with Walter
Cecilia Chung, 45, interviewed by friend and colleague Annalise Ophelian, 38. Cecilia talks about moving to San Francisco in the 1980;s, being a transexual woman, and the unconditional and supportive love from her family.
Betty Olson-Zajichek (85) and Susan Zajicheck (60) interviewed by their granddaughter and daughter Maria Kemp (28). Betty and Susan talk about Betty’s childhood and young adult life, Betty’s late husband Hal, and favorite family memories.
Anna Nowak-Banrey (AB) and Jason Banrey (JB) discuss how they met, their relationship and their experiences together in New York.
Eve Roberts (81) by Patty Siskind (60) about Eve’s life pursuing theater, and general life appreciation.
Felipe Tapia (36) habla con su esposa, Cody Mains-Tapia (28) sobre México, su vida en Los Estados Unidos y su esposa. Felipe Tapia (36) talks with his wife, Cody Mains-Tapia (28) about Mexico, His life in the United States and...
80 year old woman is interviewed by her 44 year old daughter about her family, career in nursing, and her Catholic faith.
Patricia and Christine interview their parents, Reggie and Robert about their lives.
One Small Step conversation partners Elise Chavez (29) and Jennifer Szambecki (40) talk about their upbringings, changing their beliefs, Catholicism, and learning to find things in common.