StoryCorps San Joaquin Stories from local residents about their lives.
StoryCorps San Joaquin

StoryCorps San Joaquin

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Stories from local residents about their lives.

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StoryCorps San Joaquin: Practice What You Preach, Two Sisters Commemorate Their Loving Father

And now it's time for another StoryCorps San Joaquin . As part of our collaboration with the personal history project , we'll be airing segments over the next year based on recorded conversations from February's 2020 mobile tour in Fresno and Bakersfield. Today you'll hear from two sisters, Diane Flowers and Marilyn Harris. They share stories about their beloved father, a man dedicated to peace and practicing what you preach. Diane starts the conversation. StoryCorps San Joaquin is sponsored by

StoryCorps San Joaquin: Practice What You Preach, Two Sisters Commemorate Their Loving Father

StoryCorps San Joaquin: Mother And Daughter Trace Their Roots In El Salvador, Talk Food And Family

And now it's time for another episode of StoryCorps San Joaquin . As part of Valley Public Radio's collaboration with the personal history project , we're airing segments based on recorded conversations from February's 2020 mobile tour in Fresno and Bakersfield. Today, we're going to hear from mother and daughter, Maria and Jasmine Leiva as they trace their family roots in El Salvador. They talk about Maria's childhood, the role food plays in their family and the journey to building a new life

StoryCorps San Joaquin: Mother And Daughter Trace Their Roots In El Salvador, Talk Food And Family

StoryCorps San Joaquin: Lifelong Friends Talk About Internment Camps, Racism

And now it's time for another segment of StoryCorps San Joaquin . As part of Valley Public Radio's collaboration with the personal history project , we're airing segments based on recorded conversations from February's 2020 mobile tour in Fresno and Bakersfield. Today, as part of the Yonsei Memory Project, you'll hear from lifelong friends, 94-year-old Gary Tsudama and 87-year-old Yutaka Yamamoto. They talk about the Japanese-American internment camps during World War II and how they adjusted to

StoryCorps San Joaquin: Lifelong Friends Talk About Internment Camps, Racism

StoryCorps San Joaquin - Two Fresno Religious Leaders Talk Interfaith Work And Friendship

In February and March, the StoryCorps mobile 2020 tour was in Fresno and Bakersfield documenting the stories of San Joaquin Valley residents. As part of Valley Public Radio's collaboration with the personal history project, we'll be producing segments over the next year based on some of these recorded conversations. Today you'll hear from two religious leaders in Fresno: Rabbi Rick Winer of Temple Beth Israel and Reza Nekumanesh, executive director of the Islamic Cultural Center. Both are board

StoryCorps San Joaquin - Two Fresno Religious Leaders Talk Interfaith Work And Friendship

StoryCorps San Joaquin: Siblings Juan Luis And Berenice Guzman Talk About Home And Kind Teachers

V alley Public Radio has partnered with the personal history project StoryCorps and its 2020 mobile tour. Since February 12, StoryCorps has been in Fresno and Bakersfield documenting the stories of residents in the San Joaquin Valley. As part of our collaboration, we'll be airing segments over the next year based on some of these recorded conversations. We start our StoryCorps San Joaquin series with Juan Luis Guzman and his sister, Berenice Guzman. The two spoke at the StoryCorps airstream in

StoryCorps San Joaquin: Siblings Juan Luis And Berenice Guzman Talk About Home And Kind Teachers

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