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To Survive A Post-Election Thanksgiving, Try StoryCorps' Oral History Project

Ditch the political conversation this weekend and try StoryCorps' Great Thanksgiving Listen project, where kids interview their elders about their lives.

Osama and Ghada sit on the deck of their home in Princeton, N.J. They and their children are refugees from Syria and have been resettled with help from the Nassau Presbyterian Church. Jake Naughton for NPR hide caption

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After Trump's Election, Uncertainty For Syrian Refugees In The U.S.

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Tenzin Dorjee, one of the owners of the Himalaya Restaurant in Plattsburgh, N.Y., was repeatedly harassed in the days after the presidential election. Zach Hirsch/North County Public Radio hide caption

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Support Pours In For N.Y. Immigrant After Post-Election Harassment

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Dennis Pungowiyi sells his ivory carvings at a craft fair during the annual Alaska Federation of Natives conference. Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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Ivory Ban Hurts Alaska Natives Who Legally Carve Walrus Tusks

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Robbie Robertson's new memoir, Testimony, is out now. David Jordan Williams/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Robbie Robertson On 'The Last Waltz,' 40 Years Later

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T.J. Plenty Chief stands in front of one of the three semitrucks owned by his company, Red Road Trucking. The trucks operate in the Fort Berthold reservation oil fields, carrying everything from gravel to pipe to water needed for drilling. His business is based on the reservation, in New Town, N.D., where he lives. Amy Sisk/Prairie Public Radio hide caption

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Upstream From Standing Rock, Tribes Balance Benefits, Risks Of Oil Industry

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An oral history project called The Great Thanksgiving Listen encourages people to record interviews with loved ones over Thanksgiving weekend. Courtesy of StoryCorps hide caption

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To Survive A Post-Election Thanksgiving, Try StoryCorps' Oral History Project

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