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Beginning October 22nd, you’ll have the opportunity to share your stories during the StoryCorps MobileBooth’s month-long visit to Hampton Roads. At the MobileBooth, interviews are conducted between two people who know and care about each other. You’ll hear a selection of these local stories on WHRV, and we’ll even create special programs around the project. Some segments may air nationally on NPR’s Morning Edition.

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Beginning October 22nd, you’ll have the opportunity to share your stories during the StoryCorps MobileBooth’s month-long visit to Hampton Roads. At the MobileBooth, interviews are conducted between two people who know and care about each other. You’ll hear a selection of these local stories on WHRV, and we’ll even create special programs around the project. Some segments may air nationally on NPR’s Morning Edition.

    Don Davis and Kendall Bailey

    Don Davis and Kendall Bailey

    Kendall Bailey talks about his experience being discharged from the Marine Corps under the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy with his friend Don Davis.

    MJ Seide and Genna Alperin

    MJ Seide and Genna Alperin

    MJ Seide talks with her eldest granddaughter Genna about the first time they met.

    Janetta Elisa Harris and Regina Harris

    Janetta Elisa Harris and Regina Harris

    Regina talks with her daughter about how the Access College Foundation helped her achieve her dreams.

    Adam and Shewling Moy Wong

    Adam and Shewling Moy Wong

    Adam talks with his mother about how culture impacts her relationships with her own parents.

    Nancy Gatlin, Tony Zantini and Lee Dial

    Nancy Gatlin, Tony Zantini and Lee Dial

    Three friends talk about growing up in the 1940's.

    Andrew Heidelberg and Brenda Andrews

    Andrew Heidelberg and Brenda Andrews

    On February 2, 1959, seventeen African-American students entered six previously all-white middle and high schools in Norfolk, VA. Andrew Heidelberg speaks with his friend Brenda Andrews about being one of those seventeen students.

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