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Fredric (Rick) Wright and Anne Wright

Anne Wright (61) interviews her husband, Fredric Wright (61), about their first date, his childhood, and their marriage.

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James Oshinsky and Alia Haddad

James (62) talks to Alia (25) about growing up and his ongoing passion for music improvisation.

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James Goehring, Jr. and Mark Loranger

Jimmy Coehring (47) talks to his service provider Mark J. Loranger (52) about growing up, getting in trouble with the law, and how he turned his life around.

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Keith Lamar and Amy Gordiejew

Keith (45) speaks to his friend Amy (39) over the phone about their collaboration on his self-published book "Condemned" about a prison riot he is accused of masterminding. Keith says he is innocent. He is currently on death row in...

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Teresa Meade and Sarah Dohrmann

Teresa Meade (73) discusses with her niece Sarah Dohrmann (49) the leaked SCOTUS report on Roe v. Wade, her experience having an abortion after being kidnapped and raped, and her work as a professor.

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Patrick Groulx and Helen Rubinstein

Patrick Groulx (69) talks to StoryCorps Facilitator Helen Rubinstein (28) about his theory of “The Human Thermostat,” about overcoming his dyslexia, being an athlete at the Humana National Senior Games, 2011.

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Harold Warren and Lee Warren

Lee Warren (61) talks to his father, veteran Harold Warren (91), about Harold's WWII service as a Buffalo soldier in the 92nd infantry. Harold describes his time spent in Italy and in combat. Upon his return to the U.S., Harold...

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Terrence Adams and Morgan Routson

Megan Routson (29) interviews her fiancé, Terrence Adams (30), about his brain tumor. He speaks about how it has affected his life, how their relationship has changed, and his hopes for the future.

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Daniel Pinilla and Marija Krstevska

Friends Daniel "Alejandro" Pinilla (30) and Marija Krstevska (27) share about how they chose their careers in advocacy, share some of their childhood memories, and talk about their time in New York with the Columbia Human Rights Advocacy Program.

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Karen Seay and Emilia Allen

Karen Seay (68) speaks to her daughter, Emilia Allen (30) about her on going struggle with religion and spirituality. They talk about questioning everything, yet having faith and granting truth to the non-logical and the human instincts.

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Kimberly Dyar and Erica Jesonis

Kimberly Dyar (45) and Erica Jesonis (36) talk about the collaboration between the Cecil County Public Library and the Cecil County Public Schools.

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Dominique St. Vil and Zazil Davis-Vazquez

Dominique St. Vil (37) tells his interviewer Zazil Davis-Vazquez (27) about his work in transgender rights advocacy in Haiti.

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Edward Noga and Carl James

Father Ed (65) and his parishioner Carl (62) speak about the responsibility that Christians have to social justice and the role of their church has in bettering the community.

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Henry Bowman and Monika Bowman

Henry Bowman (72) and his spouse, Monika Bowman (70), talk about the day Henry was taken to the hospital and the importance of community-owned hospitals in rural healthcare.

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Emmanuelle Descours and Claire Reiswerg

Emmanuelle Descours (20) and her aunt Claire Reswig (55) remember the accident that changed Emma’s life when she was 11. Emma and Claire talk about the months and years afterward, and how Emma is moving on now.

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Laureen Sinyai and Clare Altland

Clare Altland (36) interviews her mother, Laureen Sinyai (68), about growing up in Bridgeport, CT. Laureen, who was raised in a Hungarian American household, reflects on the diverse immigrant communities in her neighborhood. She also remembers her mother, Mary Willard...

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Frank Garrott and Pattye Hicks

Frank Garrott (59) tells coworker Pattye Hick (53) about his path to becoming the CEO of Gladney Center for Adoption. They discuss Frank's adopted children, his experience transitioning from the for-profit to non-profit world and his hopes for Gladney.

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Sara Ziesenitz and Lisa Magnarelli

Sara Ziesenitz (34) and Lisa Magnarelli (38) talk about their time at Hamilton College as students and now as staff.

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Zandra Campbell and Darnyle Wharton

Zandra Campbell (38) interviews Darnyle K. Wharton (50) about his work with Baltimore Ceasefire, and the creative and loving work happening in Baltimore as a reflection of residents' desire and dedication to heal the city and community from violence and...

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Chris Qualls and Julie Stepp

Chris Qualls (45) talks with his friend, Julie Stepp (50), about his time spent in a rural nursing home, the problems with rural healthcare, and the lack of value placed on caring jobs.

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Lee Spillane and Beth Scanlon

Best friends and colleagues Lee Ann Spillane (45) and Beth Scanlon (41) talk about their mentor Janet Allen, their friendship, and their proudest and most challenging moments as teachers.