StoryCorps 368: Aidan's Law

Elisa Seeger and her husband, Bobby Seeger, Jr. remember their son, Aidan, who died in 2012 from a genetic disorder called adrenoleukodystrophy, or ALD. He is the inspiration behind "Aidan's Law", which requires mandatory newborn screening for ALD in the state of New York.
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Jud Etsy-Kendall, John White

StoryCorps 367: Life After Afghanistan

Army Captain Drew Pham, 26, tells his wife, Molly Pearl, about Afghanistan and some of his most difficult combat memories.
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Jasmyn Belcher

StoryCorps 366: Remembering Exxon Valdez

LJ Evans and Suzanne Bishop remember working at an animal rescue clinic following the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989.
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Jud Esty-Kendall

StoryCorps 365 Garzone: We Are Family

Megan Smith and Lisa Garzone talk about how their friendship developed after the death of Lisa's ex-husband and Megan's partner, John Joyce.
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Jud Esty-Kendall

StoryCorps 364: StoryCorpsU

Aaron, whose last name we've withheld to protect his privacy, talks to his high school teacher Celeste Davis-Carr about being homeless and other hardships.
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Nadia Reiman

StoryCorps 363: True Grit

Dean Smith left his native Texas for Hollywood as a young man in 1957.
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Jasmyn Belcher

StoryCorps 362: My Three Sons

14-year-old triplets Leo, Nick and Steven Argel tell Ollie Cantos about growing up.
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Jasmyn Belcher

StoryCorps 361: Burning Love

New York City Firefighters Sophy Medina and Thomas Olsen remember their first Valentine's Day together.
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Jasmyn Belcher

StoryCorps 360: Shame No More

Barbara Amaya tells her daughter, Bianca Belteton, about falling into the hands of sex traffickers as a 12-year-old runaway.
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Jasmyn Belcher

StoryCorps 359: Bullied

Jeff Lasater tells his friend Drew Cartwright about his son Jeremiah who, after being bullied at school, committed suicide at 14 years old.
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Yasmina Guerda

StoryCorps 358: Because of You

Adrienne D'Luna Directo interviews her parents, Debra and Lionel D'Luna, about her sister Alexis who died from complications of CHARGE syndrome in 2012.
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Yasmina Guerda

StoryCorps 357: Tricks of the Trade

Clayton Sherrod looks back to 1964, when at 19 years old he became executive chef at an all-white country club in Birmingham, Alabama.
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Yasmina Guerda

StoryCorps 356: Remembering Spalding

Kathleen Russo and Marissa Maier, widow and stepdaughter of the writer and monologist Spalding Gray, remember the day he disappeared.
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Yasmina Guerda with Katie Simon

StoryCorps 355: Don't Have To Lie Anymore

Mary Moran Murphy and Susan Mello Souza were both teenage mothers. They met in 1968 at Saint Mary's Home for Unwed Mothers in Dorchester, Massachusetts, where they had been sent to hide their pregnancies.
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Nadia Reiman, Katie Simon and Eve Claxton

StoryCorps 354: Feliz Navidad

Yelitza Castro talks with her friend Willie Davis about serving meals to the homeless community in Charlotte, North Carolina for the past three years.
Produced by
Anita Rao

StoryCorps 353: A Small Miracle

Maria Vasquez-Rojas talks with her brother, Francisco Vasquez, about being diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly after finding out she was pregnant.
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Nadia Reiman

StoryCorps 352: Thirty-Eight Hours

Dennis Hale tells his wife, Barbara, about being the sole survivor of the Daniel J. Morrell shipwreck on Lake Huron in 1966.
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Jasmyn Belcher

StoryCorps 351: Thanks For Listening

Rogelio Martinez talks to his former dance teacher, Lisa Moya King, about how she helped him through abuse at home.
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Jasmyn Belcher

StoryCorps 350: Sad Day in Texas

Glenda Rike tells her son, Larry, how his father, Aubrey Rike, came to be one of the few present when President John F. Kennedy received his last rites on November 22, 1963.
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Jasmyn Belcher

StoryCorps 349: Strangers on a Train

New York City Subway Conductor Paquita Williams talks to one of her passengers, Laura Lane, about her job.
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Jasmyn Belcher