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Remembering Latasha Harlins, whose death helped setoff unrest in Los Angeles

Friday, April 29, 2022

A brother and sister remember Latasha Harlins, a 15-year-old girl who was shot and killed in 1991 by a store clerk in South Central Los Angeles — the same month Rodney King was beaten.


How One Man Found His Calling As A Mavs Maniaac

Friday, April 22, 2022

The Mavs Maniaacss are a dance troupe made up of plus-size men who perform during Dallas Mavericks basketball games. In this week's StoryCorps, two members talk about how the group was founded.


Three's company: A man sticks out the pandemic with his ex-wife and his mother

Friday, February 11, 2022

What might sound like a nightmare for many became a reality for exes Neil Kramer and Sophia Lansky when COVID hit New York. And somehow, they made it work. Kramer photographed their chaotic ordeal.


Remembering The Father Of Blood Banking, A Black Doctor Who Took A Stand

Friday, August 06, 2021

At StoryCorps, Charlene Jarvis spoke with her son Ernest about the legacy of her father, Charles Drew, a doctor who developed a way to get life-saving blood plasma to soldiers during World War II.


'Searching For A Mom': A Foster Daughter Finds One – And A Voice Of Her Own

Friday, May 07, 2021

When Jade Rone was placed in Stacia Parker's care, she kept her feelings to herself: "I just felt like I didn't matter." But Parker had different expectations for her.


Through Thick And Thin, Best Friends Make Room For Laughter And Tears

Friday, December 25, 2020

Jamie Olivieri and Yennie Neal-Achigbu have been inseparable since eighth grade. From annual Christmas gatherings to a husband's death, the friends have helped each other through the good and the bad.


Falling In Love During The Era Of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

Saturday, August 15, 2020

At StoryCorps, Mike Rudulph and Neil Rafferty remember falling in love, joining the Marine Corps and being deployed overseas.


After His Wife's Death, A Dad Tells His Daughter That Grief Can Be A Gift

Friday, February 14, 2020

At StoryCorps, Eddie Chang tells his daughter Tria how he finds comfort in the pain surrounding her mother's death: "When you stop grieving is when you start losing contact with the person."


A Mother And Daughter On Homelessness, Humility And A $6-A-Week Grocery Budget

Friday, November 29, 2019

When Sandy Baker left her marriage, she and her daughter moved into a hotel. They were homeless for over 2 years, and that, they said, left them with what mattered: Those who loved them the most.