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As far back as he can remember, Hans has loved sharks. But for almost a decade, his marine biology dreams were put on hold as he pursued his other passion — being the lead singer in an ‘80’s heavy metal band.
As far back as he can remember Hans has loved sharks But

Martha Hiatt & Hans Walters

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06/20/2017 at 22:17. Facebook
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Marie Hemstrom
Gar Milford
Andrea R Granados
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06/20/2017 at 19:40. Facebook
Does the journey of a refugee ever really end? This World Refugee Day, three stories from people who were forced to flee their homes only to encounter new challenges upon arrival in their new homelands.
Does the journey of a refugee ever really end This World Refugee

StoryCorps 463: Journey’s End

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06/20/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
When Daniel Hurtado couldn't join the military or afford college because of his immigration status, he was devastated. Since the arrival of the Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) five years ago, he has been able to attend college, get a job, and drive a car.
Recorded in partnership with POV and No Le Digas a Nadie - Don't Tell Anyone.
When Daniel Hurtado couldnt join the military or afford college because of

These intimate photos perfectly capture an undocumented 21-year-old's dreams and struggles

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Casse Otten
Doris Schjeldeurp
Ana Cq
StoryCorps
StoryCorps
06/19/2017 at 22:12. Facebook
Long before the Stonewall Riots launched the modern gay rights movement, Glenda met the love of her life — a woman named Lauree.
She remembers a love that never had the chance to blossom.
Long before the Stonewall Riots launched the modern gay rights movement Glenda

Angela Stowe and Glenda Elliott

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Alexander Pons
Sandra Langston
Shannon Gibson Brown
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StoryCorps
06/18/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
"Why are you asking these questions?”
Two very curious brothers, Isaiah and Josiah, ask their father, Kevin, all sorts of questions — some a little outlandish.
Dora Cruz
Mary Kay Clark
Dogs : Love : Smiles .
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StoryCorps
06/17/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
This week on the #podcast: stories of fatherhood. We’ll explore what it means to become one, what impressions they leave on their kids, and how being a father figure can be about so much more than just genetics.
This week on the podcast stories of fatherhood Well explore what it

StoryCorps 431: Sounds Like a Dad to Me

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StoryCorps
06/16/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
Next stop on the StoryCorps Mobile Tour: #Detroit!
Book an appointment today to record your story in conversation with a friend or loved one while we’re in town June 29 through July 28 in partnership with WDET 101.9FM.
Next stop on the StoryCorps Mobile Tour: Detroit

Mobile Tour Reservations: Detroit, MI

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Janice Miller
Stacey Hill
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StoryCorps
06/16/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
This Father’s Day weekend, a conversation that reminds us how being a father can be about much more than biology. After volunteering to care for infants born to drug-addicted mothers in Baltimore, Juan knew he wanted to do more. So he and his husband, Darrow, became foster dads. #ICYMI on NPR Morning Edition.
For more on foster parenting, visit fostermore.org.
This Fathers Day weekend a conversation that reminds us how being a

Darrow Brown and Juan Calvo

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Lindsey Taucher
Noelle Terez
Laura Laughlin
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StoryCorps
06/15/2017 at 21:56. Facebook
Friday on NPR Morning Edition: two dads reflect on the joy and the heartbreak of foster parenting.
Friday on NPR Morning Edition two dads reflect on the joy and
Cindy Pollastri
Nicole Herdina Schossow
Stacy Title
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StoryCorps
06/15/2017 at 16:03. Facebook
In keeping with our philosophy of embracing our shared humanity and fostering greater compassion through listening, we were honored to host Jennifer Himmelreich of the Peabody Essex Museum, Janet King of the Native American Health Center, and Shirley Sneve of Vision Maker Media to StoryCorps HQ for a Native American voices panel discussion about ways to best engage in community outreach and...
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Julie Tomodachi
MJ never thought she would meet her soulmate, but everything changed when she met her partner, Marty Jacobson. She tells her granddaughter, Genna, what it was like to fall in love.
MJ never thought she would meet her soulmate but everything changed when

Genna Alperin and MJ Seide

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Lynn Endres
Wendy BeeYork
Jessica Nuttall
Share your response with us in the comments! #TalkingTuesday
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Mary Ellen Wuerker
Darce Holcomb
We're looking forward to subscribing to Ear Hustle Podcast, new this week from Radiotopia. Ear Hustle brings you stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it. It’s a partnership between Earlonne Woods and Antwan Williams, currently incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison, and Nigel Poor, a Bay Area artist.
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Hannah Mitchell
Ever since he was a kid, Dekalb Walcott Jr.'s dream was to be a firefighter like his dad — and now he is.
Ever since he was a kid Dekalb Walcott Jrs dream was to

Dekalb Walcott Jr. and Dekalb Walcott III

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When they were children, only one woman scared cousins James Ransom and Cherie Johnson more than their grandmother — their Sunday school teacher, Miss Lizzie Devine.
Karla Norvell
Hope Smith Long
Kathleen Luna Mancheski
Back in 2006, we met Joshua Littman, age 12, when he came to our booth in Grand Central Terminal with his mother, Sarah. As Joshua grew up, the two of them documented that process through a series of StoryCorps interviews.
On the latest #podcast, we trace one remarkable kid’s journey into adulthood over more than a decade — from middle school to college and into the working world.
Back in 2006 we met Joshua Littman age 12 when he came

StoryCorps 503: The Son You Wanted

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Laurel LaMont
Lauris Wren
Sheila Reynolds
“In our work with StoryCorps, we saw an opportunity to elevate our clients’ voices and stories." A look at our partnership with NYC-based charitable bail organization The Bronx Freedom Fund, which serves a community with a backlogged court system and many residents impacted by poverty.
In our work with StoryCorps we saw an opportunity to elevate our

Voices of the StoryCorps Justice Project: Bronx Freedom Fund

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It’s been a year since a lone gunman murdered 49 people at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Among those killed was Deonka Drayton, who was the mother of a young son with Emily Addison. Emily came to StoryCorps to talk about what it's been like to lose her.
#ICYMI on NPR Morning Edition.
Its been a year since a lone gunman murdered 49 people at

Emily Addison

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Liz Scafidi
Carley Rochester-Cobb
Juan Carlos Marroquin
On June 12, 2016, a lone gunman murdered 49 people at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Emily Addison came to StoryCorps to remember Deonka Drayton, who she lost that day.
Listen Friday on NPR Morning Edition.
On June 12 2016 a lone gunman murdered 49 people at the
Carol Cutter Gonzales
Martha Knight
Mark Shoup