In the Jim Crow era, Theresa Burroughs fights for her right to vote.
Two New York City sanitation workers talk about unexpected lessons learned on the job.
In Baghdad, National Guardsman Justin Cliburn made an unlikely friendship with two Iraqi boys.
Travis Williams returned from Iraq, the lone survivor of his entire 12-man squad.
A Vietnam vet whose son died in combat in Iraq, finds comfort in a chance encounter.
Noe Rueda grew up poor, and as a young boy had to help his family make ends meet.
After being kicked out of home for being gay, it took Bryan Wilmoth years to reconnect with family.
Jackie Miller reveals a 37-year-old secret to her son.
“Must-see, can’t-miss, your-life-depends-on-it TV.”
—Richard Corliss, Time
“In the brilliant hands of the Rauch Brothers, we know StoryCorps has the potential to reach and impact an entirely new audience.”
—Dave Isay, StoryCorps founder
—New York Magazine
The first-ever StoryCorps special, Listening Is an Act of Love, presents six stories from ten years of the innovative oral history project, where everyday people share extraordinary stories of love, loss, and their daily lives.
DVD extras include 15 additional StoryCorps shorts and an interview with The Rauch Brothers.