As NPR's All Things Considered turns 50, we're asking our audience to share with us their favorite stories from the past five decades.
NPR's All Things Considered will celebrate 50 years on air in May. The very first broadcast happened on May 3, 1971. That same day more than 20,000 people gathered in Washington, D.C., to protest against the Vietnam War. Our journalists covered the day's events, producing a 24-minute sound portrait of what was happening. And we didn't stop there. Over the years we've reported stories that you've heard through your car radio, your smartphone and smart speaker, and read online.
Now, we want to know what stories from All Things Considered have stuck with you. Fill out the form below and tell us why the story was memorable. Was the story impactful? Did it make you laugh or cry? Did you learn something new?
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