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Do you believe in the power of stories to create meaningful change? Come work with us. StoryCorps has several open employment opportunities. Learn more here: [ Link ] #PubJobs

yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
After an inspiring encounter with James Brown, Earl Reynolds decided he wanted to go to college — even though his father had other plans for him. #BlackHistoryMonth

Earl Reynolds and his daughter Ashley
02/17/2017 at 19:40. Facebook
Today we remember Lucille Horn, who passed away this week. Lucille was one of Dr. Martin Couney’s incubator babies in the 1920s. As part of a sideshow on Coney Island, Lucille helped pave the way for modern neonatal intensive care.

In Memoriam: Lucille Horn
02/17/2017 at 14:05. Facebook
Roy Ebihara and his wife Aiko were only children when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9906, which authorized the internment of Japanese Americans. Both Roy and Aiko’s families were held in a camp in Topaz, Utah. At StoryCorps, they remember the days leading up to their incarceration.

#ICYMI on NPR Morning Edition, listen here: [ Link ]

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“I felt we were guilty of something, but what I didn’t know.”

Sunday marks 75 years since President Roosevelt’s executive order that sent Japanese Americans to internment camps. Roy Ebihara and his wife Aiko came to StoryCorps to remember the days leading up to their incarceration.

Don’t miss this broadcast Friday on NPR Morning Edition.
02/16/2017 at 16:59. Facebook
This spring, we are asking for your help in raising $50K to help us ensure that listening to one another—truly listening—continues to be woven into the fabric of American society. Join us to ignite a culture of listening by taking the StoryCorps Listening Challenge today: [ Link ]
02/15/2017 at 22:30. Facebook
It’s never too late to learn something new. Listen to Ellaraino tell us about her great-grandmother Sylvia’s decision to learn how to read and write at the age of 85. #BlackHistoryMonth

Ellaraino and Baki AnNur
02/15/2017 at 16:17. Facebook
You wouldn’t think digging through trash all day could save a relationship, but for Shaun Kaufman and Colleen Collins, it did exactly that. #WednesdayWisdom #CelebratingLove ❤

Shaun Kaufman and Colleen Collins
02/14/2017 at 23:15. Facebook
Share your #TalkingTuesday response with us in the comments section below or sit down with your partner and record your love story using the StoryCorps app. Don’t forget to use the keyword “CelebratingLove.”
02/14/2017 at 21:30. Facebook
Bobbi and Sandi Côté-Whitacre have been together for over 40 years. At StoryCorps, they remember the day they were joined in a Vermont Civil Union ceremony, finally announcing their commitment to each other. #CelebratingLove [ Link ]

Bobbi and Sandi Côté-Whitacre
02/14/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
For this #ValentinesDay episode of the StoryCorps #podcast “Certain Kinds of Love,” we collected some of our favorite “how we met” stories. Listen now: [ Link ] #CelebratingLove

StoryCorps 494: Certain Kinds of Love
02/14/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
Brooklynites Danny and Annie remember their life together — from their first date to Danny’s final days with terminal cancer. #CelebratingLove
02/14/2017 at 12:15. Facebook
In the summer of 1946, identical twins Hunny and Bunny Feller met their future husbands, Elliot and Danny Reiken — who are also identical twins. Listen as Hunny and Elliot reminisce about their double wedding day. #CelebratingLove ❤

Hunny Reiken and her husband Elliot
02/14/2017 at 00:30. Facebook
Philip Morris is a former Iraqi interpreter for the U.S. Army. In this #podcast, his unlikely friendship with Paul Braun, an Army Sergeant, eventually brought Philip and his family to the U.S. Subscribe on iTunes:

StoryCorps 493: Being Human, There or Here
02/13/2017 at 21:57. Facebook
In 1964, John met his future wife, Carol, through a computer dating service. Only a handful of these services existed and they used computers the size of an entire room to calculate compatibility. Listen to the story of their unique encounter here: #CelebratingLove

John Matlock and Carol Matlock
02/13/2017 at 18:20. Facebook
In the 1940s, Herman and Sidney Blake, along with their other siblings, grew up poor in the outskirts of New York City. For your #MondayMotivation, learn how they all got to remain in school with the help of one Lillian Tinsley. #BlackHistoryMonth

Herman Blake and Sidney Blake
02/12/2017 at 16:15. Facebook
A mother and son express their unconditional love for each other in our #animation “Me & You.” #CelebratingLove ❤
Glenda Elliott grew up in Georgia during the 1940s. Long before the modern gay rights movement, she met the love of her life – Lauree.

At StoryCorps, Glenda shares the story of her lifelong love that never had the chance to blossom. #CelebratingLove

Angela Stowe and Glenda Elliott
Love can come from unexpected places. For Ruben and Rachel Salazar, love was just an ocean away. Watch our animated short, “To R.P. Salazar, with Love”. #CelebratingLove
Today we remember Yusor Abu-Salha, her husband, Deah Barakat, and her sister, Razan. All three victims in the #ChapelHillShooting were once students of Mussarut Jabeen. Listen to Yusor and Mussarut’s interview here: [ Link ]

Mussarut Jabeen and Yusor Abu-Salha