Detroit, MI

StoryCorps is partnering with WDET 101.9FM Detroit to record, preserve, and share the stories of communities in Detroit, MI from
July 9, 2012 – August 11, 2012.

Location

The MobileBooth will be located at the Virgil H. Carr Cultural Arts Center:

Virgil H. Carr Cultural Arts Center
(Formerly Arts League of Michigan, Harmonie House)
311 East Grand River Avenue
Detroit, MI, 48226


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RESERVATIONS

Reservations open on June 25 at 10 AM ET, and again on
July 11 at 10 AM ET.
We expect a high volume of calls and reservations online. To assure you have an opportunity to make a reservation, we encourage you to call 800-850-4406 or make a reservation online as soon as they become available.

Si desea hacer una reservación en español o necesita más información, por favor llame al 800-850-4406, las 24 horas al día, los 7 días de la semana.

Call our 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Spanish/English reservations line at 800-850-4406.

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Go to our reservation system by clicking on the “Reserve now” button above.

  1. Log in to our reservation system. First-time visitors can create a free account.
  2. Find a day and time that works for you and your interview partner. Please remember, all participants must be 10 years or older. If there are no times available, please keep checking back in case of cancellations. You will only have to register the first time, so to check back you simply sign in and look for open reservations.
  3. Pledge a donation. StoryCorps is a free public service, but we do ask for donations to help cover our costs and keep StoryCorps accessible to all. We suggest $25, but you can contribute as much or as little as you wish. Donations are processed at the StoryBooth after your interview.
  4. Come to the StoryBooth and have the conversation of a lifetime!

Groups and organizations can partner with the StoryCorps Mobile Tour. Find out how to join our outreach efforts in the communities you serve.

Each week, the StoryCorps podcast shares these unscripted conversations, revealing the wisdom, courage, and poetry in the words of people you might not notice walking down the street.