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  • Listen to stories on website
  • Books and cds,facebook, twitter
  • Bringing StoryCorps to your community
  • E-newsletter and blog
  • website

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  • 1. StoryCorps An Analysis
  • 2. Who They Are
  • 3. How It Works
  • 4. Website
  • 5. Mission StatementOur mission is to provide Americans ofall backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives.
  • 6. Statement of Principles•StoryCorps is built on an uncompromising commitment toexcellence across all aspects of the project, from collecting,sharing, and preserving people’s stories; to organizationalmanagement; to maintaining an extraordinary workenvironment where respect and dignity are paramount.•The interview session is at the heart of StoryCorps.•We treat participants with the utmost respect, care, anddignity.•StoryCorps has a relentless focus on serving a wide diversityof participants.•StoryCorps is a public service.
  • 7. Social Media
  • 8. Social Media
  • 9. Social MediaDoor-to-Door Service
  • 10. Social Media
  • 11. EducationStoryCorpsU
  • 12. Initiatives StoryCorps OutLoud National Teachers Initiative StoryCorps Historias StoryCorps Legacy September 11th Initiative The Griot InitiativeMemory Loss Initiative Mobile Tour Outreach StoryCorps AlaskaNew York City Outreach
  • 13. National Day of Listening
  • 14. National Public Radio
  • 15. StoryKits
  • 16. Analysis
  • 17. AnalysisOur mission is to provide Americans ofall backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives.
  • 18. Analysis
  • 19. Analysis
  • 20. AnalysisWhy StoryCorps?