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One Small Step partners Kima Mora (63) and Sally [No Name Given] (54) talk about their religious beliefs and their views on politics. They reflect on communicating across difference and discuss their feelings of stalled progress.
One Small Step partners Ernestine Krehbiel (83) and Rose [No Name Given] (45) share a conversation about their children, abortion, faith, and their personal political values.
One Small Step partners Karen Robu (55) and Teresa Kerwick (70) sit down for a conversation about 9/11's impact on theirs and the world's spiritual needs, joining and lapsing in faith, and their thoughts on abortion.
One Small Step partners Sharon Powell Quincy (74) and Damon Ward (47) connect over their desire to help their community and those in need from opposite sides of the aisle.
One Small Step parters Melanie Henry (42) and Rainman Davis (50) have a conversation about what they are most proud of in the past year, their pandemic experiences, and their relationships to church.
Clarence Emery (82) and his friend and fellow volunteer, Charlie Gorges (82), talk about the aviation history of Wichita and their volunteer work at the Kansas Aviation Museum.
One Small Step conversation partners Julia Fabris McBride (60) and Jeff Gaines (50) talk about LGBT issues, race, being different, and the military.
Mary Aikins (96) talks to friend Ben Sauceda (39), Executive Director of the Kansas Aviation Museum, about her life and her career in aviation.
Aviation journalist, Molly McMillin (67) is interviewed by friend and Executive Director of the Kansas Aviation Museum, Ben Sauceda (39), about her career covering major milestones and changes in the aviation industry in Wichita.
One Small Step conversation partners Dioane Gates (44) and Josh Rhoades (35) discuss living abroad, spirituality, family, and their political views.
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.
One Small Step partners and longtime Wichita residents Kimberly Koenck (45) and Mack Moore (73) explore their generational perspectives, contrast their political values, and reflect on the importance of humanizing others across political differences.
One Small Step partners Columbus Bryant (66) and Ben Rivers (39) discuss their careers and their political views. Ben shares how their identity as a gay, nonbinary person shapes their social and political views, and Columbus shares the impact that...
Randy Smith (66) talks to his colleague at the Kansas Aviation Museum, Logan Daugherty (26), about his career in the aviation industry.
One Small Step partners Peggy Phillips (59) and Candy Shriver (55) discuss their life long relationships with Wichita, tragedies around human trafficking, and their observations about public education.
Sheila Roddy (75) and her One Small step partner [No Name Given] [No Name Given] (65) discuss their upbringing, the kindest people in their lives, and their thoughts on the United States - Mexican border.
One Small Step participants Ellen Awe (62) and Lee Gray (60) talk about their faith, trans children, abortion, and believing in the goodness of people.
One Small Step partners, Marcus Loganbill (67) and Betty Farrell (76) learn about each other's beliefs by discuss their role as teachers, relationship to their respective churches and their early memories of politics.
One Small Step partners Alessandra Nabb (23) and Ania [No Name Give] [no age given] talk about the lasting impact of adverse childhood experiences, the formation of their political identities, and their reactions to American individualism.
One Small Step partners Susan Schrag (52), who left the Episcopal Church, and Reverend Kelly Demo (53), an ordained priest in the Episcopal Church, talk about how their shared connection to the Episcopal Church offers them a unique perspective from...
One Small Step partners Rebekah Keasling (43) and Mike Bayliff (48) discuss growing up in small towns, their differing views on tax policy, and why giving back to community is important.
One Small Step partners Nicholas Green (31) and Lesley Riddell-Koch (49) discuss the kindest people in their life, their experiences teaching students about the constitution's amendments, and their experiences living in Wichita, Kansas.
One Small Step conversation partners Danelle [No Name Given] (43) and Ann Hawley (45) discuss their shared experiences as educators and the roles that faith, family, and travel play in their lives.
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.