One Small Step
Voices of people crossing divides in their lives. Learn how you can participate.
Friendships forged against the odds
"My American soldier became my Iraqi brother."
Paul Braun, an Army sergeant with the Minnesota National Guard, talks with Philip, who served as his interpreter in Iraq, about the friendship they've built.
"I just hugged the man who murdered my son."
In 1993, Oshea Israel shot and killed Mary Johnson’s only son. A dozen years later, Mary visited Oshea in prison, and an unlikely friendship began.
"I heard the door rattle, and I see you coming in."
Green Beret Joe Serna, who found adjusting to civilian life difficult after retirement, talks with the judge who helped him change his life during a night in jail.