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- Boise Public Library 39
- Library! at Bown Crossing 4
- Storyfort 3
- World Village Festival 3
- Association for India’s Development 2 11 more
- English 5
Kris sees a book that reminds her of how she got her name.
Nancy shares her memory of volunteering for the library and what libraries have meant to her.
Fabia speaks about her sailboat adventure to Mexico with her husband and infant son.
Emily Johnson shares stories from Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Boise about the impact of friendship, mentorship, support, and one person’s presence can have on another’s life.
Enriqueta shares words from the endangered Mazahua culture.
Dulce describes the Mazahuan embroidery she has brought to the World Village Festival.
The story of how Jane and Mark met during Jane’s gap year.
Jeremy Harper shares how the library supported his education growing up.
Doug Sims shares his perspective on libraries as centers for connecting communities.
Devi Turner shares her story of discovery and exploration at the Library as a young girl. Recorded at Storyfort 2018.
Gail tells the story of her relationship with her Jewish Heritage and the impact of meeting Elie Wiesel.
Ann Marie Newman shares how she changed her weakness into her life vocation with help from the library.
Naga travels to Idaho for a PHD program and has fun landing experience in the US.
Ethyl Furuya Minnis tells of her experience growing up in California and staying under surveillance in Japan as a Japanese-American during WWII.
Erika Warner shares her story of learning English, falling in love, finding her life’s vocation and the importance of giving back to your community.
Aparna and Naga share their stories of the changes they have witnessed and made reality through their volunteer work with the Association For India’s Development.
Ardivan Niroomand shares his story about encountering struggles in a new country.
Maria Tapias shares stories from her childhood growing up in Cuba and emigrating to the United States.
Jodi speaks about growing up in the West in the 1950’s, taking risks, and public service.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library branch library system.
Dulce describes the Mazahuan embroidery she has brought to the world village festival.
Rao travels to Idaho for a PHD program and has fun landing experience in the US.