StoryCorps 394: No Comfort

Epidemiologists Anne Purfield (L) and Michelle Dynes (R) talk about responding to the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.
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StoryCorps 393: Two Peas in a Pod

Tina Vasquez tells her mother, Sonia Vasquez, about what it was like to grow up broke in the 1990s.
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StoryCorps 392: Outcast and OK

Darnell Moore tells his friend Bryan Epps about an incident that shaped his youth.
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StoryCorps 391: A Grave Responsibility

Dr. Lori Baker, a forensic scientist, tells her husband, Dr. Erich Baker, about identifying bodies of immigrants who died while attempting to cross into the United States.
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StoryCorps 390: Making Ends Meet

Kenny Thompson, a volunteer mentor, tells students Gary Barber and Dakota Gibson about discovering that some kids he works with couldn't afford school lunch.
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StoryCorps 389: 9/11 Stories

Sekou Siby, a former kitchen worker at Windows on the World restaurant in the World Trade Center, remembers losing his coworker Moises Rivas along with many others on September 11, 2001.
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StoryCorps 388: Rocket Man

Alton Yates tells his daughter, Toni, about being part of a small group of Air Force volunteers who tested the effects of high speeds on the body, and helped prove that space travel was safe for humans.
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StoryCorps 387: Unwarranted

Alex Landau and his mother, Patsy Hathaway, remember when Alex was beaten by three Denver Police officers.
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StoryCorps 386: When I Got Out

Former Baltimore police officer Mytokia Fair remembers the day she shot and killed her abusive husband in 1987. She told the story to her current husband, Thomas Fair.
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StoryCorps 385: Moore

Barbara Moore tells her daughter, Olivia Fite, about becoming a bricklayer in the early 1970s.
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StoryCorps 384: Never Your Fault

Antero Garcia talks to his former student Roger Alvarez who dropped out during his senior year of high school.
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StoryCorps 383: License to Wed

Clela Rorex, a former County Clerk in Boulder, Colorado, tells her friend Sue Larson about issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples in 1975.
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StoryCorps 382: Not to Blame

Aja David and her younger sister, Kai Leigh Harriott, remember the night Kai was hit by a stray bullet and paralyzed from the chest down. They spoke with their mother Tonya David.
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StoryCorps 381: It's A Calling

Dekalb Walcott III talks to his dad, retired Chicago Fire Chief Dekalb Walcott Jr., about following in his line of work.
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StoryCorps 380: Don't Sneak

70-year-old Patrick Haggerty tells his daughter, Robin, about the day he first had a conversation with his father about being gay.
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StoryCorps 379: Facing Forward

Cheri Lindsay and her father, Phillip, both have vitiligo, a rare skin condition that runs in their family.
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StoryCorps 378: In the Pool

On June 18th, 1964, J.T. Johnson and Al Lingo were two of several black and white protesters who jumped into the whites only pool at the Monson Motor Lodge in St. Augustine, Florida.
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StoryCorps 377: My Father, The Giant

Thompson Williams talks about his father's legacy with his son, Kiamichi-tet Williams.
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StoryCorps 376: The Bookmobile

Storm Reyes grew up in migrant farm worker camps outside Tacoma, Washington during the early 1960s. Most of the laborers were, like Storm, Native Americans. They were paid less than one dollar per hour for their work in berry patches and apple orchards throughout the state.
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StoryCorps 375: Patriot Duty

Tech Sgt. MaCherie Dunbar (R) tells her girlfriend, Barb Maglaqui (L), about one of the hardest things she had to do while in Iraq.
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