My Mother and I

Because I am going to college soon and have started the application. I wanted to know more about my mothers childhood and what her college experience was like. I also wanted to know how she ended up moving thausands of...

Self Image and Living through a Pandemic

I interviewed my roommate Mallory Lloyd about her life growing up in Vermont, and her understanding of being adopted. We then touched upon her life now and growing up the things she was able to experience all the way up...

Great thanksgiving listen

I asked my Grandmother the questions that were given then I asked her two questions of my own.

My thanksgiving Q&A report

In my interview with my grandma, she talked about what she was most proud of, and a family tradition that she shared with her kids. She was most proud of how her and her husband (my grandpa) raised their kids,...

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Kimberly Patterson and Joyce Space

One Small Step conversation partners Kimberly Patterson [no age given] and Joyce Space (79) discuss their backgrounds and values, their experiences with faith, and political issues that are salient to them.

Rik Palieri & Guy Davis Swapping Stories and Songs

Rik Palieri: 2020-12-25 16:56:49 interview with Blues Man Guy Davis . Two 60 + year old Folk Singers & friends from Vermont & NY, talk about music, Black Lives Matter, Pete Seeger, and dealing with Covid19

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Kathleen Gaffney and Valerie Wood-Lewis

One Small Step conversation partners Kathleen Gaffney (62) and Valerie Wood-Lewis (56) met virtually to discuss their views on feminism, abortion, animal rights, freedom of speech and Donald Trump.

Then Great Thanksgiving Listen-Ben McKenna

Some of my grandmother’s history in her life was touched on and mainly where she has traveled. Also my grandmother talked about how she loves spending time with her family in Vermont.

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Dan Pipes and Nicholas Sutley

One Small Step conversation partners Dan Pipes (58) and Nick Sutley (28) talk about their personal political values, military backgrounds and their views on healthcare and education.

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H Melt and Ian Kerstetter

Ian Kerstetter (25) speaks with H. Melt (27) about being queer and their experience as part of the queer community of Chicago as artist and writer.

My Interview with Jessica Donehower

Jessica Donehower talks about her past, and present as she addresses the questions asked by myself. Jess is 47, married with three kids, and lives in Corte Madera.

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Robin Freeland Ingenthron and Diane Snelling

One Small Step conversation partners Diane Snelling (69) and Robin Ingenthron (59) talk about the environment, government regulations, recycling and renewables, and Act 250.

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Robert Roper III and Diane Montgomery-Logan

One Small Step conversation partners Robert "Rob" Roper (53) and Diane Montgomery-Logan (74) hold different political perspectives, but share a mutual love of painting with oils. The two talk about good vs. evil, school choice, race issues, wealth, poverty and...

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Aaron Clark and Devon Thomas Lee Julian

One Small Step conversation partners Aaron Clark (27) and Devon Thomas (37), both pastors, discuss faith, issues of identity and abortion.

Tyler Bobbitt and his father, Greg Bobbitt, talk about what I‎t was like growing up, memorable moments and regrets.

In this interview, conducted on January 2, 2018, in Niskayuna New York, Tyler Bobbitt and his father Greg Bobbitt start off talking about Greg’s childhood and what the effects of many siblings, growing up outdoors and growing up in a...

Interview with Grandpa

Interviewing my grandfather about his experiences living in New Hampshire compared to Vermont.

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Stephen Thomas and Amy Lanterman

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.

Steve’s Vermont housing in 1972

Steve describes himself as a hippie during his youth. This story tells about free lodging he stumbled into in the early 70s.