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Charita Harmon (66) interviews her uncle Herman Boyd (82) about his service in this military, his experience as an African American man in the military, and what advice he would share with younger members in his family who are considering...
Michael Sumida (33) shares his experiences as a medic in the military to his conversation partner Hazel Diaz (35). He discusses how his service challenged and shaped his morals and values, his work with Chief Seattle Club, and how becoming...
One Small Step conversation partners Samuel Voth Schrag (39) and Joe Tito (59) discuss parenting, how their faiths impact their politics, and how their politics impact their friendships.
Friends and One Small Step partners Tony Barker (58) and Michael Bob Starr (52) discuss their upbringings, shared experiences in the air force, and how they shape their views. Tony defines "civility" and what it means to him in conversations...
One Small Step conversation partners Greta "Cherry" Peters (76) and Michael Brown (53) talk about their upbringings and the beliefs they share. Cherry discusses her experiences as the only woman in her graduate school program and what led her to...
Gina Berdeja [no age given] interviews her nephew Mariko "Riko" Early (24) about his decision to join the ROTC program in high school and his experiences with the different branches of the armed forces.
Tonya Whately (56) has a conversation with her sister, Lisa Whately McKenzie (53), about losing her 2-year-old grandson to an accidental opioid overdose. The sisters also talk about their relationship and their faith.
Spouses, Darryl Ward (65) and Pamela Ward (60), ask each other to reflect on some childhood memories and discuss their shared experience of Darryl having Parkinson's disease.
Stuart Tobisman (78) shares stories of his life, with particular emphasis on the importance of community with his daughter, Cindy Tobisman (50) and his grandson, Eli Tobisman Pearl (15).
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.
Friends George McDaniel (77) and Rick Stegall (72) take turns reflecting on their military service.
Erik Austin (76) speaks with his friend and colleague Michael Traugott (75) about the early days of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).
Stephanie Wicks (50) speaks with her One Small Step Partner Kim Varey (51) about life experiences that have shaped their political leanings, unlearning judgment to communicate with others, and varying political views by generation.
Lorenzia R. Clifton (26) speaks with her colleague Schevonda Hunt (54) about their journeys to working in the education system, and the adaptations they've had to make, in and out of school, due to COVID-19.
One Small Step partners Kim Boettner (64) and Michael "Mike" Berckenhoff (37) discuss their careers, parenthood, and gerrymandering in Alabama.
One Small Step conversation partners Caren Stelson (69) and Kenneth "Ken" Steen (53) share some of their background, discuss their experience as grandparents, talk about their earliest political memories, and reflect on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Francis "Julian" Carroll (64) and David Gordon (63) share memories of their time serving together in Afghanistan in their fifties. They talk about serving with younger service members, remember when they first met, and reflect on the meaningfulness of their...
Mike Molitoris (42) and his friend Philip "Phil" Fischer (48) share stories from their time in the Air Force together. They recall the 9/11 terror attacks as a pivotal moment and share their memories of that day, and of their...
Fred Jaross (73) shares his Vietnam War experiences with his daughter Stephanie Jaross (39), who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Kathryn Lavender (35) and her colleague Kevin Kapalla (39) talk about their work for the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).
Betsy Hodges (51) speaks with friend and colleague Maureen Sigauke (36) about their work fighting for marginalized communities and against racism.
Terra Spears (47) reflects with her two sons Arius Spears (22) and Amari Spears (20) about their childhoods and her role as a parent throughout their lives. She also talks about how her experiences with racism informed her ideas on...
Siblings, Aisha Ford (27) and Neco Ford (28), talk about their family, education, and hopes for the future.
Lisa Cook (54) asks her father, Lynn Berringer (80), about his 26 years in the Air Force. Lynn details some of the special missions he went on during his time and shares memories of what he misses about the military.