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Sharing And Preserving The Stories Of Our Lives

Dwight Thompson (above right) spoke about The Kissing Case with his brother, James Hanover Thompson — and with his sister, Brenda Lee Graham (below). They spoke at StoryCorps in Wilmington, N.C. StoryCorps hide caption

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Steven Wells and his daughter, Jennifer, spoke about her childhood at StoryCorps in Macon, Ga., where they have been living since 1996. StoryCorps hide caption

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Alex Fernandez (left) visited StoryCorps with his former student, Noe Rueda, in Madison, Wis. StoryCorps hide caption

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Sister Vincent Cecire (right) spoke to her friend Sister Catherine Garry (left) at StoryCorps in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. StoryCorps hide caption

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Jon Brock and his daughter Glenny Brock visited StoryCorps in Birmingham, Ala. StoryCorps hide caption

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Pepper and Ron Miller figured out that they needed a little space so they could appreciate each other more. StoryCorps hide caption

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Diane Kenney (left) and Linda Kenney Miller, ages 66 and 65 respectively, visited StoryCorps in Montgomery, Ala. StoryCorps hide caption

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At StoryCorps in Biloxi, Miss., Dee Dickson, 59, told the story of how she got her first job at the shipyards. StoryCorps hide caption

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Ronald McNair (third in line) and his fellow Challenger astronauts head to the launch pad at Kennedy Space Center to board the space shuttle on Jan. 27, 1986. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Laura Greenberg (left) and her daughter Rebecca chatted at StoryCorps in Atlanta. StoryCorps hide caption

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