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In the summer of 2021, Connecticut Public teamed up with the StoryCorps Mobile Tour to record interviews of people from all backgrounds across our state. StoryCorps has facilitated thousands of conversations across the globe, teaching the value of listening and demonstrating that everyone's story matters. StoryCorps CT is a collection of these local conversations edited by Connecticut Public.

Bryan Sayles and his twin daughters talk about how music has created lasting memories.
Randy Mott talks with her mother Jackie about the many ways she’s reinvented herself.
Rae and her mother Weruché share thoughts on honoring their Nigerian culture in the U.S.
Audrey Daigneault says polio "took her childhood and her old age."
Beck and Annie Fineman talk about the challenges they face as a queer family.
Dawn shared an intimate conversation with her child Leif, about coming out as transgender.
Kim and Kathy’s bond has helped each other and others who live and work with disabilities.
Asif Safa arrived in Stamford on a special immigrant visa, talks about his experience.
Maria Rosario talks with her daughter Elena about how she found a community in Hartford.
Two friends delight in acknowledging their soul connection.
Andrea Chudzik talks with her mother Carolyn about what it was like to be her at her age.
James credits Carlton’s mentorship as the catalyst to change his career trajectory.
“I have so many more questions to ask him;” a daughter reflects on losing her father.
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