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  • Camaran Henson grew up thinking his grandfather possessed superpowers. Now that his grandfather is gone, Camaran remembers how, in ways large and small, the man lived up to his legendary status.

      

  • "I said, 'This is not telephone discussion.'" Jay Fischer came out as gay to his parents back in the 1980s. Decades later, he came to StoryCorps with his then 90-year-old mother, Rita Fischer, to remember that conversation.

      

  • “He wasn’t the biggest guy, but people reacted to him like he was giant.” Thompson Williams tells his son, Kiamichi-tet, a little about his own father, Melford, a tribal leader of the Caddo Nation and a veteran of World War II.

      

  • Cheraton Love, who identifies as liberal, and her father-in-law, Jim White, who identifies as conservative, sit at odds on the political spectrum. Using the StoryCorps App, they recorded this conversation about how they manage to not let their differences pull their family apart. 
Presented through One Small Step, our new national effort to encourage people to engage in a conversation with someone they may not agree with politically. Join us: storycor.ps/OneSmallStep

      

  • While serving time for robbing a bank, Darius Clark Monroe decided to apologize to the people who were inside the bank on that day, including customer David Ned. Seventeen years later, they sat down for a conversation.
Presented through One Small Step, our new nationwide effort to encourage people to engage in difficult conversations. Join us: storycor.ps/OneSmallStep

      

  • We’re remembering Juan Romero, who passed away earlier this week. Back in June, Romero shared his memories with us of the evening of Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination as a busboy at the scene, 50 years prior — and the story of a famous photograph.

      

  • Family Politics

      

  • Common Ground

      

  • Amina Amdeen and Joseph Weidknecht

      

  • Presenting One Small Step

      

  • We’re kicking off our 15th anniversary year with a bang! 💥  Join us in NYC on October 23rd for an evening of celebration and reflection honoring, among other friends of StoryCorps, Dr. Carla Hayden, the 14th Librarian of Congress. More at storycorps.org/events.

      

  • SNAP Matters: Andrika Harmon and Kristi Gay

      

Camaran Henson grew up thinking his grandfather possessed superpowers. Now that his grandfather is gone, Camaran remembers how, in ways large and small, the man lived up to his legendary status.

 

 

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