StoryCorps Animated Shorts
Frank Scott remembers his father, Wendell Scott, who in 2015 became the first African American inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.Read More
A StoryCorps Bonus: Behind the Scenes of "Driven"
Join producer Rachel Hartman and animator Julie Zammarchi as they discuss the creation of the latest StoryCorps Animated Short—“Driven.”Read More
The Saint of Dry Creek
Patrick Haggerty, a teenager in rural Dry Creek, Washington, in the late 1950s, remembers the day he first spoke with his father about being gay.Read More
Sanitation workers Angelo Bruno and Eddie Nieves worked together for nearly ten years on the same garbage route in Manhattan's West Village and became fixtures in the community. After 31 years on the job, Angelo retired. At StoryCorps, he talked with Eddie about the unexpected lessons he learned along the way and what he still misses about the job.Read More
When Alex Landau was pulled over by police in 2009, he lost his belief in a color-blind world—and also nearly his life.Read More
A More Perfect Union
Theresa Burroughs remembers the battle she fought to vote for the first time while growing up in Jim Crow era Alabama.Read More
A StoryCorps Bonus: The Making of “A More Perfect Union"
Travel to Greensboro, Alabama to meet Theresa Burroughs, the indomitable and indefatigable founder of the Safe House Museum and a civil rights champion.Read More
No More Questions!
Kay Wang, initially reluctant to talk, shares tales of life in China, disobeying her mother, and her work as a Bloomingdale’s detective.Read More
1st Squad, 3rd Platoon
Marine Lance Cpl. Travis Williams reflects on being the sole survivor of a bomb blast that killed his entire 12-man squad.Read More