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Lisa Love (47) interviews her friend Mark Workman (59) about his upbringing, service in the Marine Corps, and life experiences.
George Cavallo (47) is interviewed by his son Chaz Cavallo (11) about his 20 years of service in the Coast Guard.
Kathleen Esserman (36) shares anecdotes and interviews her mother Lauren Moriarty (67) about Lauren's father, David Merritt Peters, who was a Green Beret with an extensive and accomplished military and civilian life.
Husband and wife, Darren Lee (59) and Cynthia "Cindy" Lee (64), discuss how they met, got married, and raised a family all while serving in the military.
Paul Baresel (69) tells his son Mat Robedee (38) about his father's service as a sniper in World War II. Paul and Mat reflect on Paul's father's story of encountering and sheltering a young woman who had been tortured by...
John Shelton (48) talks about his family, growing up in Dallas, joining the military, and his role on the ship with Hazel Diaz (33).
Kiplyn Primus (53) interviews her former dean, Dr. Edward Irons (91). Dr. Irons describes how he went from being the first person in his family to attend college all the way to being the first African American to receive a...
Theresa Bass (62) tells her friend and employee, Ethan Cramer (48), about her experience growing up in an all-black neighborhood Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, why she has chosen to stay in Kennett Square, and the community organizing she has done.
Friends Nicole Raphiel (49) and Feleceia Benton (36) discuss how they ended up living in DeSoto, a "majority minority" suburb of Dallas, their perspectives of education, and what they want for their community.
Brian Ball (15) interviews his camp counselor and supervisor Carly Robinson (39). Carly talks to Brian about her love for the outdoors and her passion for teaching summer camp. Carly also opens up about being bullied during in her childhood.
Sylvie Lubow (30) interviews veteran Caroline L'huillier (52) about her challenging experiences as a trans person in the military and how her identity has impacted her relationships with friends and family.
George II interviews his father George I about his life, military service, happiness, beliefs, struggles.
Nash Christian (age 20) interviews his friend Don Millar (89) about Washington Island, WI and how important an education is.
Addie Ellis (46) interviews her mother, Margaret Ellis (69) about growing up in Bristow, OK, in the 1950's and 1960's.
Sean "Saddiq" Benson (48) interviews his friend David "Dawud" Clark (61) about his work in the penitentiary system advocating for inmates' right and later his work with Dream of Detroit helping run a reentry house.
Grace Souder (26) interviews her friend, Ja'Mesha Holmes (23) about growing up and living in New Orleans.
Zakiya Johnson Lord (35) and Chen Foley (36) talk about their shared identity of being black, gay native Bermudians. They talk about their pride in their heritage and their frustration in the slowness of evolution of rights in Bermuda. They...
Friends, Antonio Howard (40) and William Hampton (52) have a conversation about Huntsville's historical housing projects, Councill Courts, which was the first affordable housing structure in Huntsville for African Americans.
Timothy Parker (66) speaks with his daughter Laura Barnes (30) about his experiences in the Air Force traveling around Europe and working with nuclear weapons storage, and reflections on transitioning into civilian life.
Etesta Causey (41) tells StoryCorps Facilitator Jill Glaser (26) about her experiences in the Army and difficulties in returning home from foreign service.
David Kessler (57) talks with wife, Sharon Kessler (54), about their son's deployment to Afghanistan, how they coped, and what it is like having him back home now.
Nancy Becoat (75) is interviewed by her daughter Leah Becoat (51) about her childhood growing up in Alton, Illinois, her experience as a biracial woman, some of her fond memories of the Mississippi River, her community involvement, and her reflections...
Friends Brett Cook (52) and Desmond O’Shea (18) talk about the Black (W)hole project, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how coronavirus has impacted their creativity and community.