The Chicago Public Schools system is joining an effort by the nonprofit, oral history project StoryCorps to have tens of thousands of students interview their elders over the Thanksgiving weekend and preserve the recordings in the Library of Congress.StoryCorps said Thursday that Chic
StoryCorps is working with high school teachers across the country to ask students to interview a grandparent or elder over Thanksgiving 2015 using the new free StoryCorps mobile app.Participants will upload their recordings to the StoryCorps archive at the American Folklife Center at the Libra
Lawrence Thomas’ single mom moved him and his siblings to a new home every few months as a kid. He spent time in foster care, and then as a teenager, killed a man. That’s when he decided to stop running.