The voice of a freed slave from the archives of the Library of Congress. He talks about working before freedom and how he made a life afterwards.
Studs Terkel interviews R. Buckminster Fuller
Dick speaks with Joel Myrick, the assistant principal who detained a shooter in a Mississippi High School using his own handgun.
British farmer David Cundall has spent the past 17 years searching for buried spitfire airplanes.
Someone's in the kitchen with mama ... a story from the Kitchen Sisters, Nikki Silva and Davia Nelson.
An out-of-work actress takes a short-term job as a chauffeur for the Saudi Royal Family, and struggles to please the world's richest princesses.
Dick speaks with a New York City urban miner about digging tunnels for the Second Avenue Subway and his union, the Local 147.
A group of Maine fishermen started their own business to sell directly to consumers.
Producer Phoebe Judge visits Northern India’s Ganges River, where people bathe and pray and lines pour out sewage every day.
Katie Davis has vivid memories of a particular Washinton, DC corner store.
An activist for being healthy - and fat.
An audio-collage of inaugural addresses dating back to the first-ever recorded. Can you guess who was first?
Dick speaks with Lt. Col. James C. Warren about the black officers of the WWII bombardment group who stood up to the U.S. Army Airforce pushing for equal treatment.
We hear from Martin Luther King Jr. about his first realization, as a boy, that blacks and whites were treated differently.
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