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Dateland

After a memorable month in San Diego, we set off for Flagstaff, AZ. About four hours into our journey, just… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 8, 2006.

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Happy Birthday!

Sisters Evelyn Sacks (left) and Annette Marcus (right) of Atlanta surprised their mother Charlene by bringing her to the StoryCorps… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 7, 2006.

King Tombs

Posted by StoryCorps on March 6, 2006.

Sundays in “Sweet Auburn”

The picture above was taken from the King Center. The Center, currently under the family’s stewardship, was originally founded in… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 6, 2006.

Sundays in “Sweet Auburn” (cont.)

Coretta Scott King, who passed away earlier this year, now lies in a tomb close to her husband’s. Many come… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 5, 2006.

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Born and Raised in Georgia

CECILE: I’m John Cecile Daniels. I go by Cecile. I’m 75 years of age and today’s date is March the… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 5, 2006.

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From Soul Saving to Soul Mates

The couple met on the telephone while he was serving time for rape, robbery and kidnapping. “How did I seem… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 3, 2006.

Skid Row

We recently went to L.A.’s infamous Skid Row at the suggestion of a StoryCorps participant who worked there for many… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on February 17, 2006.

Longest working American

Arthur Winston loves his work at the MTA. So much so, that he has missed only one day since starting… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on January 29, 2006.

The Big Game

It quickly became clear that a stay in Tuscaloosa, AL wouldn’t be complete without a University of Alabama football game…. Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on November 12, 2005.

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