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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Stephen Schultz and Harlan Mueller

Stephen "Steve" Schultz (74) and Harlan Mueller (78) have a conversation about their wives' diagnoses of memory loss, their shared need for social connection and support, and the creation of the Purple Canoe Club.

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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...

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

Hallie Van Duren: Family Lawyer
November 21, 2023 App Interview

Hallie Van Duren and Pam talk about Hallie’s family law practice in St. Louis. The importance of connection with clients, others in the legal system and her legal partners.

"Appalachia is where I'm from and part of who I am."

Elise Acuff, a student at Pellissippi State interviews her "Mamaw," Cynthia Moore about her life in Appalachia and beyond. In their interview, they discuss stigma, the "feel" of Appalachia, its significance throughout Cynthia's life, and why it brings her home.

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Leeanne Seaver and Jodi Michaels

Friends and colleagues Jodi Hope Michaels [no age given] and Leeanne Seaver [no age given] discuss their work with Global Ties Kalamazoo, reflecting on the importance of international exchange and how we can connect more deeply with one another.

Chance Encounters, Powerful Effects

Betsy (Elizabeth) Stone talks to Brenda Genium about the power of human connection, immersing in a new culture, and the origins of her clothing store by telling the story of her trip to a small village in Guatemala.

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Anja Marais and Alexander Aris

Friends and housemates in an intentional community Anja Marais (48) and Alexander Aris (49) share a conversation about their outlooks on life, their friendship, and the synchronicities that connect them as people.

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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...

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Lizzy Kelley and Wade Bishop

Spouses, Lizzy Kelley (36) and Wade Bishop (46), talk about their relationship, their life during the pandemic, and the message they would like to share with their future selves.

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Kima Mora and Sally [No Name Given]

One Small Step partners Kima Mora (63) and Sally [No Name Given] (54) talk about their religious beliefs and their views on politics. They reflect on communicating across difference and discuss their feelings of stalled progress.

Ke’yonna Moore and Helen Motley

A grandmother and her granddaughter chat about life, dreams, and memories. It’s their chance to connect on a deeper level.

My Grandmother through my Mother’s eyes…

The main purpose behind the interview was to get my mother to open up about my grandmother that I never really knew.

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...

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Cale Green and Matthew Mulhelm

One Small Step conversation partners Cale Green (31) and Mathew Mulhelm (39) discuss influential moments in their lives, their political values, and pressing issues in Alaska.

"I’m more of a painter in music than a musician" – Alan Semerdjian

Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews Alan Semerdjian (Long Island) who makes meaning of his life through art. They discuss family influence, Armenian heritage, dialectic thinking, writing, music, and the art of educating.