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- StoryCorps Connect 24
- Abortion 22
- Family 14
- memories of growing up 8
- personal experiences 8
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- Locust Grove Village 2
- School 2
- Aira Tech Corp 1
- Belle Plaine High School 1
- Blue Valley Schools 1
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One Small Step conversation partners Kristina Bridges (41) and Amy Saltzman Michel (41) compare their experiences in their respective communities, as mothers, their personal views, and navigating political conflict with loved ones.
One Small Step participants Katherine "Kate" Schroeder [no age given] and Kerry Seiwert [no age given] discuss their lives in Kansas, their relationship to faith and religious communities, and how they feel disconnected from the groups they are a part...
One Small Step conversation partners and siblings Nancy Harness (66) and Eric Keller (57) talk about growing up in the same household at different time periods and how that shaped their differing world views. They also discussed the Covid vaccine,...
One Small Step participants Timothy Ratzlaff (64) and Cyndi White (66) have a conversation about the hardships in farming and keeping family land, the climate crisis, and advice to their younger selves.
Austin Kim (13) interviews his mom, Jae Kim (43), about life lessons and stories she encountered in her life. She talks about how much she loves Kansas, and her old experiences in Pennsylvania and South Korea. Events about frightening crimes,...
One Small Step conversation partners Tom Phillips (65) and Jan Johnson (51) discuss the political division in our country, the state of the Republican party, climate change and LBGTQIA+ issues and their hopes for the future.
One Small Step partners Karen Letkowski (61) and Megan Messina (28) share how their upbringings shaped them, their artistic practices, and their political values.
One Small Step partners, Stephen “Steve” Thomas (70) and Amy Lanterman (69), discuss their different upbringings, retirement, and the issues that are important to each of them, such as border security and climate change.
One Small Step conversation partners Kathy Neufeld Dunn (56) and Liz Beugelsdyk (54) discuss their biggest influences, compare the Mennonite church and Catholic church, and consider their hopes and fears for future generations.
One Small Step partners Megan Feeney (40) and Patricia "Patty" Owens (68) discuss the role religion plays in their lives, the influential people they have known, and issues that concern them.
Lyn Rucker (71) recalls to her daughter Eleanore "Colgan" Powell (25) her involvement with the Civil Rights movement and disability activism.
One Small Step conversation partners Michael Morton (66) and Joseph Terick (38) discuss their careers, leadership efforts, political beliefs, and community engagement.
Teriyana Morton (28) interviews her new friend and conversation partner Noah Hallstrom (29), about his childhood, his family, and his experiences with mental health and neurodivergence.
Aden Kitchen(18) talks to his father, Chester Kitchen(51) about his past childhood memories and his hopes and dreams for his whole family.
One Small Step partners Matt Carr (47) and Austin Morgan (44) take time to discuss fatherhood, the complexity of supporting Donald Trump, and their individual religious evolutions.
One Small Step partners Vanessa Schoon Smith (45) and Heather Brownlie (50) discuss the assumptions people make about them, political extremism drowning out moderatism, social media encouraging divisiveness, and their hopes for the future.
Susan Loo Pattee (61) talks with her mother, Katherine "Kathy" Loo (83), about their similarities, Katherine’s work with Union Printers Home, leadership, and education.
One Small Step participants Terri Davis (67) and Bob Gratton (61) discuss their upbringing, the loses they have faced, and their thoughts on politics and media today.
One Small Step partners Beverly "Bev" DuGay (90) and Brandon Gaide (40) talk about their upbringings, the challenges that they have observed in their church communities, and their experiences of finding friendship in different places.
One Small Step conversation partners Raleigh Hinman [no age given] and Ty Patton [no age given] talk about polarization, politics, corporate regulations, and what is means to be Kansan.
Sally Mauk (73) speaks with colleague Shaylee Ragar (25) about her life and career in Montana Public Radio.
One Small Step conversation partners Marian Shapiro (78) and Robert Price (73) discuss their belief systems, their families, their political involvement, their concepts of racism, their environmental advocacies, about the functioning of the government, about words that discriminate, and about...