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Her family left Germany in 1934 when she was 2. Eva's journey of discovery & passion for social justice began in the American South; then she found shared values at Antioch College and with the U.U.community...
One Small Step partners Tammy Shackelford (58) and Sarah Lemon (26) explore their differing generational perspectives, their personal political values, and the complexity of many social issues.
On 11/30/2018 I interviewed Kyle Parent on his thoughts of the link between video games and violence in youth.
Our teacher, Ms.Kosover assigned us to interview our partner and ask about the topic, they chose for their personal narrative and other questions.
One Small Step conversation partners Fritz Kling (61) and Robin Sparkman (51) discuss their political differences and similarities.
My dad shares how an event with his father impacted his view of discipline and love.
[Recorded January 31, 2021] Tim Towslee, 44, and Allison Swingle, 31, participate in a One Small Step conversation via Zoom. They talk about their work in outdoor education, the impact of having a parent pass away, how their political views...
One Small Step conversation partners Robin Boone (66) and Jim Pokorny (63) discuss their formative political experiences, their relationship with Christianity, the importance of finding common ground with those of different political affiliations, and the essential goodness of human nature.
If you struggle with the current political climate (especially the public discourse), take a listen to Ben's interview. Learn about his early life, his path to Richmond, religion, and his career/projects. He also talks about the way he navigates current...
During this interview, my father discussed his perception on “success” and “failure.”
My grandpa, Ike Wilson, told me about his life in the airforce throughout the Vietnam War. He also told me about his life and family.
This interview was about how technology has changed throughout the years. Also the effect of the internet in today’s society.
Mike and Alison discuss his career in music, his local business ventures, working with family (they work together so well!) and raising a family in Richmond. Music lovers: Hear Mike's Billboard 100 song "Sarah's In Love" at the end of...
Professor Rader describes her relationship with forms of communication and media over the years.
Caleb Smith tells us about why he settled in Richmond after his college career at Earlham, his vision for the growing Farmer's Market, and what he appreciates about small town living.