Two stories from our friends at StoryCorps. One family migrates to Detroit in the 1940's. And a single mother raises 6 children and her son asks her how she did it.
Studs Terkel interviews Eudora Welty
Brian Banks was falsely accused of rape, lost a shot at college, spent five years in prison – then heard from his accuser, who admitted to lying.
One career that doesn't change with the times: Riverboat Chaplain.
Mayan activist Cristina Coc tells about growing up with the Mayan calendar.
Producer Katie Davis then tells the story of a lowly speed hump on her childhood street in Washington D.C.
How a mother tracked down the man who sold her son the heroin that killed him.
Peter Tangen, an action movie photographer in Hollywood, turned his attention to the many real life superheroes in our midst.
Dick speaks with Andrea Morales, a photographer who captured the lives of young people in a small town of Ohio.
A producer sends an audio postcard from Newfoundland.
Chani Ovadya grew up in an ultra orthodox community in Israel. After a chance to join a swim club, she saw a wider world, left her family, and broke from her traditions.
The Michigan State Legislature passed a 48-month lifetime limit on welfare benefits - we hear from Kathy Dygas who lives near Detroit and was affected by the change.
Jerry Belanger is the owner/operator of Detroit's Park Bar. This weekend, he is finding out what dreams are made of. He built a theater in the building that houses the bar.
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