6:26pm

Thu May 16, 2013
Arts & Culture

Revisiting San Francisco StoryCorps with Dave Isay

StoryCorps founder Dave Isay joined KALW’s Hana Baba live by phone to revisit some memories recorded in San Francisco.

First, Ken Hopper and Kerry Davis have talk about being a team for 25 years, working on the Golden Gate Bridge. Their work takes them up and down the iconic structure to do a lot more than just make repairs. Next, a Lakota Indian, Diane Tells His Name, shares the story of finding out she was Native American – and adopted. Finally, ten-year-old Ida Cortez shares her fight to learn to read and spell despite her dyslexia, with her mother, Kim.

You can interview your loved ones inside the San Francisco StoryCorps booth at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in SF.

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