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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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In this episode, we're encouraging people all across the country to record a conversation with a loved one or someone they admire over Thanksgiving weekend. By featuring several intergenerational conversations, we hope to show just how easy it can be to do this, whether you're across the table or across the country. Juliana O'Byrne hide caption

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Pass the Plate, Pass the Mic

In this episode, we're encouraging people all across the country to record a conversation with a loved one or someone they admire over Thanksgiving weekend. By featuring several intergenerational conversations, we hope to show just how easy it can be to do this, whether you're across the table or across the country.

Pass the Plate, Pass the Mic

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Scientists Zoe Courville and Lora Koenig work to study the impact of climate change — which pulls them away from their children for weeks at a time. In our last episode of the season, they share some hard-earned wisdom with parents who may be struggling during the pandemic. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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Just Doing Our Best

Scientists Zoe Courville and Lora Koenig work to study the impact of climate change — which pulls them away from their children for weeks at a time. In our last episode of the season, they share some hard-earned wisdom with parents who may be struggling during the pandemic.

Just Doing Our Best

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In this week's episode, how worlds that quite literally collided, led to unexpected friendships and new career paths. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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The Collision Course

In this week's episode, how worlds that quite literally collided, led to unexpected friendships and new career paths.

The Collision Course

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In this episode, how kids and their parents — who have navigated many changes together — are facing the next big change apart. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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Everything Together

In this episode, how kids and their parents — who have navigated many changes together — are facing the next big change apart.

Everything Together

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When Ileana Watson died, her daughter Sada was just about to become a mom herself. Three years later, Sada sat down with Ileana's best friend, Angela Morehead-Mugita, to learn more about her late-mother. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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Every Seed Your Mother Sowed

When Ileana Watson died, her daughter Sada was just about to become a mom herself. Three years later, Sada sat down with Ileana's best friend, Angela Morehead-Mugita, to learn more about her late-mother.

Every Seed Your Mother Sowed

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As we mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11 — memories of Richard Palazzolo, who didn't make it out of the Twin Towers that day — told by his identical twin brother who did. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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To Me, Every Day Is Yesterday: Remembering 9/11

As we mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11 — memories of Richard Palazzolo, who didn't make it out of the Twin Towers that day — told by his identical twin brother who did.

To Me, Every Day Is Yesterday: Remembering 9/11

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In this episode of the podcast, StoryCorps teamed up with NPR's daily afternoon podcast, Consider This, to bring you stories from some of the people whose lives were forever changed by September 11th and its aftermath. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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From StoryCorps and Consider This: The Lasting Toll Of 9/11

In this episode of the podcast, StoryCorps teamed up with NPR's daily afternoon podcast, Consider This, to bring you stories from some of the people whose lives were forever changed by September 11th and its aftermath.

From StoryCorps and Consider This: The Lasting Toll Of 9/11

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In this episode, we remember Army Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Ross Chapman, the first American soldier to be killed in combat during the War in Afghanistan. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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What I Would Say

In this episode, we remember Army Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Ross Chapman, the first American soldier to be killed in combat during the War in Afghanistan.

In this episode, we'll hear conversations between family members who have mended and grown their relationships over time. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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Growing Pains

In this episode, we'll hear conversations between family members who have mended and grown their relationships over time.

In this week's episode, how a father-daughter relationship rebounded after years of periodic estrangement. Rosalyn Yoon hide caption

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Stronger Than Ever

In this week's episode, how a father-daughter relationship rebounded after years of periodic estrangement.

Stronger Than Ever

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