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Local stories recorded by StoryCorps during its visit to Fort Myers during January 2017. StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.

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Local stories recorded by StoryCorps during its visit to Fort Myers during January 2017. StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.

    The Chen Sisters’ Family Came From China And “Their Journey Has Been Amazing”

    The Chen Sisters’ Family Came From China And “Their Journey Has Been Amazing”

    First Generation Asian Americans, Nina Chen Langenmayr of Bryn Maur FL, and her sister, Stacey Cannington of Fort Myers, talk in this week’s StoryCorps of southwest Florida about their parents immigrating to the United States from China in the 1940s, assimilating to American culture, and moving to Kissimmee before Disney.

    • 5 分鐘
    I Don’t Have to be Like Everybody Else. I Just Have To Be Me.

    I Don’t Have to be Like Everybody Else. I Just Have To Be Me.

    36-year-old James Pickett of Labelle interviews his friend, 30-year-old Stephanie Serrano of Fort Myers in this week’s StoryCorps of Fort Myers. They share their faith in God, their friendship, and their experiences with cerebral palsy.

    • 5 分鐘
    Going To The Everglades Means Coming Home

    Going To The Everglades Means Coming Home

    In this week’s StoryCorps of southwest Florida, 70-year-old Anne McCrary Sullivan talks to her domestic partner, 64-year-old Lynn Webster, about the profound sense of emotions she experiences when visiting certain places. Sullivan was an artist-in-residence at Everglades National Park.

    • 4 分鐘
    Martha Bireda

    Martha Bireda

    71-year-old Martha Bireda speaks with her son, 43-year-old Ja-ha Cummings, in this week’s StoryCorps of southwest Florida about their ancestry and their roots in what was then a segregated Punta Gorda.

    • 5 分鐘
    Martha Bireda And Jaha Cummings Talk About Their Roots

    Martha Bireda And Jaha Cummings Talk About Their Roots

    71-year-old Martha Bireda speaks with her son, 43-year-old Jaha Cummings, in this week’s StoryCorps of southwest Florida about their ancestry and their roots in what was then a segregated Punta Gorda.

    • 5 分鐘
    Jim McCracken: His Brother Died of AIDS

    Jim McCracken: His Brother Died of AIDS

    65-year-old Jim McCracken talks with his wife 60-year-old Karen Feldman about the death of his brother David McCracken from AIDS in 1992 at the age of 36. He remembers David's bright spirit and their complicated relationship in this week’s StoryCorps of southwest Florida.

    • 5 分鐘

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