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- “It was the first case of plague in New York City in over a hundred years.”
Lucinda Marker and her husband, John Tull, talk about being diagnosed with bubonic plague in 2002. Read more...
Recorded in Santa Fe, NM
- “I wanted to own a restaurant ever since I was a kid.”
Tim Harris, who has Down Syndrome, and his father, Keith, talk about starting their restaurant, Tim's Place. Read more...
Recorded in Albuquerque, NM
- “How did it make you feel to leave us for your deployment?”
Talana Banks and her brother, Willie, talk with their mother, Chief Warrant Officer Felicia Banks, about her deployment to Iraq in 2005 and their life as an Army family. Read more...
Recorded in Fayetteville, NC