NPR's StoryCorps celebrates 10th anniversary with book
Patrick Center
October 23, 2013 | WGVU  NPR’s StoryCorps is celebrating 10-years collecting everyday American voices. The StoryCorps project has spent the last decade traveling the nation recording personal stories. It’s an oral-history of more than 50,000 interviews. Stories of humanity preserved at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. Now, the best of those stories grace the pages of a new book titled, “Ties that Bind.” WGVU spoke with StoryCorps founder, David Isay.

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