Dave Isay: How Do We Change When We Really Listen To The People We Love? Dave Isay started StoryCorps 15 years ago with an open invitation for people to interview one another. Today, he sees an urgent need for listening to each other with care and respect.
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How Do We Change When We Really Listen To The People We Love?

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How Do We Change When We Really Listen To The People We Love?

How Do We Change When We Really Listen To The People We Love?

How Do We Change When We Really Listen To The People We Love?

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Part 5 of the TED Radio Hour episode The Act Of Listening

About Dave Isay's TED Talk

Dave Isay started StoryCorps with a recording booth in Grand Central Terminal, and an open invitation for people to interview one another. Since then, it's turned into a massive archive of intimate conversations.

About Dave Isay

Dave Isay is the founder of StoryCorps, an audio project that has collected more than 50,000 personal interviews. The archives of StoryCorps are kept at the Library of Congress' American Folklife Center, and constitute the largest single collection of recorded voices in history.

StoryCorps invites friends and loved ones to conduct 40-minute interviews at small recording booths across the country. Offering moving and surprising glimpses into the lives of often marginalized and forgotten subjects, the interviews are a familiar feature of NPR's Morning Edition and Storycorps.org.