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Marlena Miller and Veronica Monjaras

Mentor Marlena Miller (42) and her mentee, Veronica Monjaras (17), open up about their connection, their struggles with anxiety and the things that make them proud of themselves and each other.

"Caring is my inheritance. I know I have purpose and this fortifies my resilience."

In celebration of National Caregivers Day, we sat down to learn understand the client/caregiver connection and how it nurtures resilience. We learn that while each of each of us struggles with setbacks, together we pull eachother through to elevate life...

Just thankful

Truly listening to someone else is a gift. It’s a gift to yourself and to the person you are listening to.

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Barie Wolf-Bowen, Andrew Law, and Traci Ruble

Traci Ruble (44) interviews Berie Wolf-Bowen (34) and Andrew Law (46) about their experiences as listeners for Sidewalk Talk. Berie and Andrew talk about their memories of listening and being listened to when they were children, and what they gain...

LaRob K. Rafael & Yelley Taylor "A Tender Connection"

Yelley Taylor talks with LaRob K. Rafael on the experience of being connected with one another and how that shows up in our lives in different ways. We discuss personal triumphs of connectivity and the difficulty of seeing that reverence...

Black Folks Camp Too: Interview with Founder Earl B. Hunter, Jr. and Hannah Wherry-AIP Graduate Student with Miami University, OH.

Earl B. Hunter Jr. and Hannah Wherry met at a recent animal welfare event and sparked an amazing conversation about nature inclusion and diversifying the outdoors and accessibility for all. "Treat Everyone, Everywhere, Equally" is their powerful motto that brings...

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Camari Olson and Laura Bancroft

Camari Olson (50) and Laura Bancroft (53), two close friends talk about Camari surviving breast cancer twice, their love of adventure, and how their friendship has helped each to face challenging times and embrace life.

PBL Social Studies interview on World Wide Web period 4

Me and my father talked about the impact the world wide web has on his life and work. He spoke about how he reacted and his thoughts on the internet becoming a large part of he world.

Carrissa Hsieh and Olivia Ramos

Olivia Ramos, Providence employee and veteran Camp Erin volunteer shares with Carrissa a fellow Camp Erin volunteer about her relationship with Erin Metcalf before she died of cancer at age 17 and how that relationship with Erin and her family...

StoryCorps App Interview:Grandma

I love my Grandma and I personally had a really good time listening to my Grandma and what she had to say

The Story of Mrs. Coiner- Jasmine & Mrs. Coiner

A story where Mrs. Coiner tells her amazing story about her life. (Sorry for the low audio)

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Benjamin Egerman and Flory Gessner

Coworkers and friends Flory Gessner (33) and Benjamin "Ben" Egerman (35) reflect on specific moments in their lives that led to their decision to become librarians. They discuss gay history and queer culture and the inclusive community that can be...

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The Great Thanksgiving Listen

Sarah interviews her dad for the Great Thanksgiving Listen.

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Jamez Terry and Susan Halvor

Jamez Terry (34) describes his experience in the variety trans road show and how the show impacted various communities and how he became a chaplain.

Steve Stormont talks about his experiences with me as a child

I asked my grandpa about his experiences with me as a child. He responded with very in-depth answers. My grandpa has always been true to me so he had nothing to really hide from me. He shared some experiences of...

After Shelter with Sandra Escamilla

Sandra Escamilla talks with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Angela Hermann about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.

Asking my mother about her childhood

I asked my mom some questions about her childhood and learned some things that I never knew. She had some rough times as a child. As I live with her today I can see how much she’s grown since she...