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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In this two-part special, we remember a community of forgotten people cast out to a remote Hawaiian island. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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A Dangerous Word

In this two-part special, we remember a community of forgotten people cast out to a remote Hawaiian island.

A Dangerous Word

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Family names bind one generation to the next. But what if that name is lost? In this episode, a grieving family learns their legacy is being kept alive by a stranger from far away. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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One Who Is Understanding

Family names bind one generation to the next. But what if that name is lost? In this episode, a grieving family learns their legacy is being kept alive by a stranger from far away.

One Who Is Understanding

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We usually lean on our elders for wisdom and support... but sometimes it's the other way around. In this episode, we hear from queer men who found acceptance in one another. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Seeing the Future In You

We usually lean on our elders for wisdom and support... but sometimes it's the other way around. In this episode, we hear from queer men who found acceptance in one another.

Seeing the Future In You

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Capt. Helen Perry talks with her husband, Sgt. Matthew Perry, about the impacts of Matthew's memory loss – and their enduring love. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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You're My Memory

Capt. Helen Perry talks with her husband, Sgt. Matthew Perry, about the impacts of Matthew's memory loss – and their enduring love.

You're My Memory

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In this episode, we share one couple's story of love and loss under the weight of substance abuse – told through different recordings, twelve years apart. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Everything In Between

In this episode, we share one couple's story of love and loss under the weight of substance abuse – told through different recordings, twelve years apart.

Everything In Between

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In 2012, StoryCorps broadcast a conversation with a young woman involved in the murder of Mulugeta Seraw, a Black man in Portland, Oregon. A decade later, we revisit it to look at the ripples of racist violence, and a few people who fought to stop it. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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Ripples of Hate

In 2012, StoryCorps broadcast a conversation with a young woman involved in the murder of Mulugeta Seraw, a Black man in Portland, Oregon. A decade later, we revisit it to look at the ripples of racist violence, and a few people who fought to stop it.

Ripples of Hate

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On this season of the StoryCorps Podcast, stories of the stigmas we carry, and how it feels when we set them down. Lyne Lucien hide caption

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The Things We Carry

On this season of the StoryCorps Podcast, stories of the stigmas we carry, and how it feels when we set them down.

The Things We Carry

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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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