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In November 2014, StoryCorps visited the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the American Red Cross in Washington DC to record conversations between people whose lives have been affected by the Red Cross. StoryCorps is the world's largest oral history project. This collection captures amazing stories of how the Red Cross touches peoples’ lives every day. Listen to their stories.
Mark Owen and Veronique Huguet
Mark & Veronique

Kim (left) Ben and MeiLee Dozier
Kim, Ben & MeiLee

Anna Nelson and Mark Steinbeck
Anna & Mark

Gary Brown (L) and Mike Durant
Gary & Mike

Samantha (left) and Kelleye Cohen
Samantha & Kelleye

Tracy Reines (L) and Stacy Ragan
Tracy & Stacy

Thu Thuy Trong

Thu Thuy's story was recorded as part of the First Days Story Project, a collaboration of PBS’s American Experience and StoryCorps, and was inspired by the Academy Award ® nominated documentary Last Days in Vietnam.

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About StoryCorps

StoryCorps’ mission is to provide people of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, preserve, and share their stories. StoryCorps is currently one of the fastest-growing nonprofits in the country. Each week, millions listen to StoryCorps’ award-winning broadcasts on NPR’s Morning Edition. StoryCorps has published three New York Times bestselling books: All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps; Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from StoryCorps; and Listening is an Act of Love. You might also enjoy this recent article from the New Yorker. You can listen to clips of select StoryCorps interviews here: