Paul Corbit Brown and John Brown
Paul Corbit Brown (left) was driving to work in 1993 when he came across a local radio station on which he heard the host saying terrible things about homosexuals. Bothered, he pulled off the road, found a payphone, and called the station. He ended up spending hours with the host on the air. Paul tells his brother John (right) about how this was the moment he found his voice.
Originally aired November 14, 2008, on NPR’s Morning Edition.
Lori FitzGerald and Lendall Hill
Lendall Hill tells his daughter Lori FitzGerald the story of how his father ended up with an artificial leg, and about an incident that occurred when his father’s co-worker, who did not know about the artificial leg, once saw him twist it back into alignment.
Originally aired January 5, 2007, on NPR’s Morning Edition.