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StoryCorps is a “one of a kind” oral history project and sometimes our participants come up with unique and fun… Read more.
StoryCorps recently visited Seattle’s Pacific Science Center as part of our partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services…. Read more.
As part of StoryCorps ongoing Military Voices Iniative and in partnership with The Service Project, participants Major Amy McGrath and… Read more.
In early February, Door-to-Door escaped winter in New York City and went to record interviews with the Museum of Contemporary… Read more.
When John and I arrived at Park View High School on the first real day of spring, we weren’t sure… Read more.
As part of our ongoing Military Voices Initiative, StoryCorps Door-to-Door traveled to the Human Rights Campaign Headquarters in Washington, DC… Read more.
StoryCorps met Leslie Salazar and Bill Sears during a recording trip to Los Angeles, California. Leslie and Bill met at… Read more.
It has been an exciting semester for Wendy Adams’ service learning oral history class at The College of Central Florida…. Read more.
From January 27-29, more than 3,400 people filed into Hilton Atlanta to attend The 25th National Gay and Lesbian Task… Read more.
Kimberly Sierra came to StoryCorps Atlanta decked out in 6-inch heels, flowing brown hair, and a proud sash that read “Miss Teen GA Latina.” All that was missing was the crown.