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By: Annette Flores on 01/11/2013
The StoryCorps team was at the Phoenix Art Museum in March to interview KJZZ listeners as part of its cross-country 2013 MobileBooth tour.
StoryCorps Phoenix Stories:
|The Story Behind StoryCorps Senior Field Correspondent Stina Sieg chats with the MobileBooth team about their lives on the road.||James and Marion Durham talk about their 42 years of married life and Marion's impact on the U.S. Park Service.|
Fernanda Philbrick and her sister Roberta Santos talk about the hardships and challenges of leaving Brazil for the United States.
|Claire and Zachary Robertin discuss Zach’s approach to the world-- living with Asperger's Syndrome.|
Barbara Sausen and her best friend Pat Sopper share memories about their teenage escapades.
Sandra Day O'Connor and her son Scott O'Connor talk about the Chief Justice's life before her judicial career.
Ed and Claire Kerr talk about Ed's difficult childhood and the transformation that helped him to become the person he is today.
|Kelli Little and her son Anthony recall the strains on their relationship as Anthony was growing up.|
Amy Donohue and her friend James Pietragallo talk about their non-profit organization, which encourages people to donate a kidney.
|Cat Hammad and her friend Tamara Heins talk about the special way in which Cat and her daugher Chandra communicate.|
Jes Quiroz tells his daugter Irma Quiroz about a childhood mistake that nearly cost him his life.
|Daniel Abril and his aunt Gloria look back on the challenges Daniel overcame as he was growing up with several cognitive disabilities.|
Lilia Alvarez chats with Anna Berlenga about how she was taught to stand up for her convictions and how she's doing that today as a civil rights advocate.
|David and Suzanne Harbster reminisce about David’s days as a teacher and as Dave the Scientist on the Wallace and Ladmo Show. |
Tom Hamilton, with his daughter Lisa, talks about owning a small business in Phoenix. Later in life, he decided he wanted to take an adventure across the world.
StoryCorps Phoenix is made possible by KJZZ and the generous support of these donors:
If you didn't get a chance to book an interview, learn how to create your own family archive with StoryCorps' Do-It-Yourself Instruction Guide.
Jes Quiroz tells his daugter Irma Quiroz about a chidhood mistake that nearly cost him his life.