StoryCorps: Recording The Lives And Stories Of Everyday AmericansStoryCorps is an independent nonprofit project whose mission is to honor and celebrate the lives of everyday Americans by listening to their stories.
A barracks building at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Park County, Wyo., one of the camps built to confine people of Japanese descent during World War II.
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During a visit to StoryCorps in New York this month, brothers Raymond (left) and Derrick Storms talk about how they opened up to each other later in life and unexpectedly built a close relationship.
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Six-year-old Jerry Morrison and his uncle Joey Jefferson, a NASA engineer, talk about their mutual love for learning about space, in November 2019 at their StoryCorps interview in Los Angeles.
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Georgia Rep. John Lewis near the statue of Martin Luther King Jr. in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C., earlier this year. At StoryCorps in 2018, Lewis talked about meeting King in Montgomery, Ala., at 18.
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Edward Kibblewhite and his daughter, Jessica, at StoryCorps in Chicago in October 2018. Jessica says that the StoryCorps conversation played a big role in her decision to try to start a family.
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At their StoryCorps interview in New York City earlier this month, Mark Carles (left) and David Carles talk about how Mark's cancer diagnosis couldn't shake their strong bond.