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David Kuhl and Abby Wheeler talk about their family get-togethers and how everyone seems to truly enjoy themselves.
Edward Guczek, 87, is interviewed by his granddaughter, Jennifer Sawyer, 21, about his life.
Mary Isaacson (46) and Julie Summers (46) discuss their time spent with the CampFire organization. They have been involved in some capacity since high school and are both current Board Members
Akiba Shabazz talks with her daughters Naja and Zuri about her life growing up with her parents in Memphis, her marriages and travels.
Michael and Joseph talk about their father/son relationship and their sexuality.
Retired FDNY speaks about experiences in the fire department
Joyce Hayes, 64, talks with her friend Tanene, 28, about growing up in Chicago and her involvement with social work, education and politics.
Bernard Scott Rush, 68, by his daughter, Nicole Rush (Maat Free), 35, about growing up in Mississippi then moving to New York City.
Judith Andrews, 61, was interviewed by her daughter, Sarah Aucoin, 39, about Judith’s grandparents, parents and her relationship and connection to them.
Pat Quinn (63) talks to her friend, Camille Warzecha (67), about her family history and genealogy, the source of her historical curiosities, and the evolution of historiography in the digital age.
Woman interviews her friend about his job redesigning Dutch governmental forms, being born during German occupation to a Menonite family that hid Jews, education, isolation and rebellion against authority.
Stacey (45) and Fred Rosenberger (41) remember the difficulties of explaining Stacey’s cancer diagnosis to their daughter, Olivia. Stacey and Fred remembers all the techniques they used to explain Stacey’s illness to Olivia.
William Silva, 63, and his daughter, Laylah Silva, 38 talk about William’s life growing up coming back an d forth from Cuba to the United States, and their unconventional family.
Ruth remembers her college days, her first jobs, and her husband.
A 41-year old man interviews his 63 year-old friend and vetrinarian about her work on the Hopi and Navajo Reservations and also tells the story of how they met.
Anna Rodriguez (37) interviews her grandmother Anna Bruton about being raised by her grandmother, having TB and raising a big family with 7 children, 19 grandchildren 13 great-grandchildren and counting
Wife interviews husband about the building of thier home on the top of Moscow Mountain, activism, environmentalism, and his making of a giant mobile steel fire-breathing dragon
daughter interviews her father about his life
Ezekiel interviews Lynda about the non-profit citizens police organization she works for in Kansas City.
One Small Step conversation partners Meesha [no name given] (45) and Brandy [no name given] (39) talk about pregnancy, abortion, parenting, divorce, Black Lives Matter and white privilege.
Millicent interviews her brother, Roland, about his experience on September 11, 2007
Daughter interviews mom about marriage and small hometown in Nebraska, where she grew up in the 1930s and 40s.
One Small Step partners, Ellen Cooley [no age given] and Kristin Riall (37), exchange personal stories and opinions on today's political climate.