Growing up, Barbara Handelsman often felt out of step with her family. But she has... more.
Collin Smith (23), who became quadriplegic after a car accident in high school, talks with... more.
Collin Smith (23), who became quadriplegic after a car accident in high school, talks with Ernest Greene (72) who volunteered to go ...
Thomas Weller remembers how he got started helping strangers in need.
Aaron tells his teacher Celeste-Davis Carr, about revealing his homelessness during a StoryCorpsU recording.
Christine and Gordon Schei talk about learning that their son, Army Sergeant Erik Schei, had... more.
Eddie Lanier, Jr., who first came to StoryCorps in 2006 to talk about being homeless... more.
LJ Evans (R) and Suzanne Bishop (L) remember working at an animal rescue clinic following... more.
Happy Dodson (L) and Taz Roman (R), members of Bikers Against Child Abuse, talk about... more.
Thompson Williams talks about his father's legacy with his son, Kiamichi-tet Williams.
Barbara Moore (R) tells her daughter, Olivia Fite (L), about becoming a bricklayer in the... more.
Studs Terkel, the late oral historian, from a 2005 interview recorded when a StoryCorps MobileBooth... more.
81-year-old Virginia Fairbrother tells her daughter, Laurel Kaae, a story from the Depression.
Father Michael Duffy talks about how he came to give the homily at the funeral... more.
Lynn Weaver talks with his daughter, Kimberly, about his father, Ted Weaver, who worked as... more.
Nineteen-year-old Noe Rueda (R) talks to his high school economics teacher, Alex Fernandez (L), about... more.
New York City bus operator Ronald Ruiz remembers one of his passengers on the City... more.
Former NYPD lieutenant Bill Cosgrove remembers carrying Father Mychal Judge, the first official victim of... more.
Jose "Pepe" Noriega , one of over 14,000 children who came to the U.S. as... more.
Jose "Pepe" Noriega , one of over 14,000 children who came to the U.S. as part of Operation Pedro Pan, speaks ...
Herman Blake and his brother Sidney remember their childhood during the 1940s.
Robert Patterson, who has Alzheimer's disease, speaks with his wife, Karen.