StoryCorps Stories of the human heart. A candid, unscripted conversation between two people about what's really important in life: love, loss, family, friendship. When the world seems out of hand, tune in to StoryCorps and be reminded of the things that matter most.
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Stories of the human heart. A candid, unscripted conversation between two people about what's really important in life: love, loss, family, friendship. When the world seems out of hand, tune in to StoryCorps and be reminded of the things that matter most.

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On this short Labor Day episode, we'll hear from sisters Suzi and Donna Wong about growing up in the back of their parents' laundry business in Hollywood, CA. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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EXTRA: Back Of The Laundromat

On this short Labor Day episode, we'll hear from sisters Suzi and Donna Wong about growing up in the back of their parents' laundry business in Hollywood, CA.

EXTRA: Back Of The Laundromat

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Growing up in the 1950s in Montgomery, AL., Rev. Farrell Duncombe or "Little Farrell," as he was known by his family and friends, had a mischievous side. In this short episode, he remembers the day he got called out by the mother of civil rights. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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EXTRA: The People That Nurtured Me

Growing up in the 1950s in Montgomery, AL., Rev. Farrell Duncombe or "Little Farrell," as he was known by his family and friends, had a mischievous side. In this short episode, he remembers the day he got called out by the mother of civil rights.

EXTRA: The People That Nurtured Me

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Growing up in the 1960s, all of the neighborhood kids wanted to be at Mary Mills' house. In this short extra, she tells her mother why. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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EXTRA: More Than Enough Love

Growing up in the 1960s, all of the neighborhood kids wanted to be at Mary Mills' house. In this short extra, she tells her mother why.

EXTRA: More Than Enough Love

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In this short bonus episode, we'll hear from Ms. Betty Thompson on what led her to work at the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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EXTRA: When I Was 16

In this short bonus episode, we'll hear fromMs. Betty Thompson on what led her to work at the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi.

EXTRA: When I Was 16

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Everyone's heard of James Brown and Stevie Wonder, but how about the women who helped make them who they are? For our last episode of this season, we'll get to know the unsung icons behind some of the most iconic music. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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It All Starts With A Song

Everyone's heard of James Brown and Stevie Wonder, but how about the women who helped make them who they are? For our last episode of this season, we'll get to know the unsung icons behind some of the most iconic music.

It All Starts With A Song

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This year marks two big anniversaries that helped change the world of sports and society. We'll hear from some of the people who were a part of these groundbreaking moments. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Worthy In Their Own Beauty

This year marks two big anniversaries that helped change the world of sports and society. We'll hear from some of the people who were a part of these groundbreaking moments.

Worthy In Their Own Beauty

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In 2018, Tennille Moore got some bad news and was crying in a public restroom. That's when Mumtaz Champsi stepped in and asked her if she'd like to take a walk. In this episode, we'll hear about how that walk led to a StoryCorps booth and an unlikely connection between strangers. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Fellow Travelers

In 2018, Tennille Moore got some bad news and was crying in a public restroom. That's when Mumtaz Champsi stepped in and asked her if she'd like to take a walk. In this episode, we'll hear about how that walk led to a StoryCorps booth and an unlikely connection between strangers.

Fellow Travelers

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In this episode, we head to the streets of South Central Los Angeles to meet a helper on horseback. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Horses And Helicopters

In this episode, we head to the streets of South Central Los Angeles to meet a helper on horseback.

Horses And Helicopters

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With Memorial Day weekend coming up, we're thinking about sacrifice, and the bonds that form between people who literally go through war together; on the battlefield and at home. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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So They're Not Forgotten

With Memorial Day weekend coming up, we're thinking about sacrifice, and the bonds that form between people who literally go through war together; on the battlefield and at home.

So They're Not Forgotten

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Several years ago, Jennifer Hidrogo made a promise to her neighbor. In this episode, she shares how that simple act resulted in her gaining three more children and finding her calling. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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A Neighbor's Promise

Several years ago, Jennifer Hidrogo made a promise to her neighbor. In this episode, she shares how that simple act resulted in her gaining three more children and finding her calling.

A Neighbor's Promise

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