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She was a sophomore at Columbine High School in 1999 who survived the mass shooting. Now she’s a teacher at Columbine, twenty years later.
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StoryCorps Apr 19
Former producer brought us the story of Diego Rincon, who immigrated to the U.S. as a child and was killed in Iraq. Now diagnosed with leukemia, Liyna needs a stem cell transplant. Watch & help find a donor match.
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StoryCorps Apr 19
On April 20, 1999, two students opened fire at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, killing 13 people and themselves. Two decades later, siblings Lauren and Zach remember how the shooting changed their lives forever. As heard on .
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Nurse Arlene's story about sneaking a kitten into the hospital for a dying man will move you to tears. In partnership with , starts the conversation about how we care for each other.
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StoryCorps Apr 18
Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of Columbine, the largest mass shooting a high school had ever seen. Hear two survivors open up about that day, and what it took for them to move on, this Friday on .
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StoryCorps Apr 18
When a man with autism became agitated in response to a new medication, his mother feared for his life. Hear how a Public Safety Sergeant helped them both get the care they needed that day.
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StoryCorps Apr 15
A former Cook County Jail medical director discusses the responsibility of caring for patients in a jail setting, including being aware of signs of brutality against detainees. From with StoryCorps Chicago.
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StoryCorps Apr 14
Missing your StoryCorps Podcast fix? Good news: we're coming back in one month with an all-new season. More on that soon — but in the meantime, here's one of our favorite recent episodes to catch up on.
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StoryCorps Apr 13
“If you want to give anybody something, the very best, give a book. It opened for me how to live.”
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StoryCorps Apr 13
Last week StoryCorps Chicago recorded with partner organization Oak Park and River Forest High School. Schedule your interview today!
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StoryCorps Apr 12
“We looked like a very scary situation coming in there. And we turned into a party people wanted to join.” As heard on .
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StoryCorps Apr 11
Ellen Hughes feared for her son’s life when he had a violent reaction to a medication. Listen to her conversation with the hospital safety worker who helped them get the care they needed, this Friday on .
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StoryCorps Apr 11
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StoryCorps Apr 11
“He gave me more books and that started it. That taught me that hope was not just a word.” Watch the classic StoryCorps animation “The Bookmobile” for .
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StoryCorps Apr 10
Former producer brought us the love story of Tariq and Tabinda Sheikh. Now diagnosed with leukemia, Liyna needs a stem cell transplant. Watch & help find a donor match.
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StoryCorps Apr 10
“I think when we got married, we made all new tracks and we never stepped in any old tracks. I want you to do the same thing. Live with courage.”
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StoryCorps Apr 10
“How do you guys feel about being triplets? Is it nice?” “Yeah, on the whole.”
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StoryCorps Apr 8
This , watch our newest YouTube playlist to reignite your love of reading and learning.
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StoryCorps Apr 7
Today marks the start of ! We’re kicking off the week with the story of a man who literally grew up in a library: “The Temple of Knowledge.”
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StoryCorps Apr 6
“She did not agree to that drug for her, for her comfort, to end her suffering. It was for mine.” From with the StoryCorps Mobile Tour.
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