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Neither Impeachment Nor An ER Page Could Keep Them Apart

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When he was being abused, Rogelio Martinez says his teacher, Lisa Moya King, showed him that he was not alone. StoryCorps hide caption

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An Abuse Survivor Finds Family In A Special Teacher

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Renee Montagne and Jim Wildman in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, in photos they took of each other. In the background is the space where the giant Buddhas were located before the Taliban blasted them out. Courtesy of Jim Wildman/NPR hide caption

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Reflections On A Bond Forged Through Storytelling

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Remembering When A Teacher Had His Back

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Glenda Rike's husband was in the room when President Kennedy received his last rites. She recounted his experience to her son, Larry, on a visit to StoryCorps. StoryCorps hide caption

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Witnessing History In A Dallas Emergency Room

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New York City subway conductor Paquita Williams (left) and passenger Laura Lane became friends after a two-hour train breakdown. StoryCorps hide caption

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Making New Connections On A Trapped Subway Train

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Jessica and Anthony Villarreal in December 2011, more than three years after the explosion that severely burned Anthony in Afghanistan. Courtesy of Jessica Villarreal hide caption

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Severely Burned Marine Finds Strength In Nascent Marriage

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Robin Share and Rami Aizic hold a photo of their daughter, Bailey, at a visit to StoryCorps in Santa Monica, Calif. StoryCorps hide caption

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An Unconventional, But 'Perfect,' Path To Parenthood

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Danny and Annie Perasa on their wedding day on April 22, 1978. Courtesy of Annie Perasa hide caption

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'Never Say Goodbye': A Love And Life Kept Vivid

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Laura Greenberg and her daughter Rebecca, in 2011. StoryCorps hide caption

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A 'Not Normal' Family That Knows How To Laugh At Itself

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Wil Smith with his daughter, Olivia, today. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Father, A Daughter And Lessons Learned

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Priya Morganstern (left) and Bhavani Jaroff visited a StoryCorps booth with their father, Ken Morganstern, in 2006. He passed away a year later. StoryCorps hide caption

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For A Father With Alzheimer's, Life 'Came Down To Love'

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Radio documentarian Dave Isay stands next to one of two StoryCorps Airstream trailers outfitted with recording studios a few years after the project was launched. StoryCorps is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Air The StoryCorps Theme, Cue The Tears

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Starr Cookman (left) says she and Kylee Moreland Fenton have been "connected at the hip" since they were kids in Tucson, Ariz. StoryCorps hide caption

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Best Friends, Sharing 'Two Sides Of The Same Heart'

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