StoryCorps

KRWG hosted StoryCorps in Las Cruces in January 2016.  Now, we are airing some of your conversations recorded by the Story Corps crew.  The segments will all be posted online at www.krwg.org and you can also listen Mondays at 8:45am and 6:45pm.

StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives. Since 2003, StoryCorps has collected and archived more than 40,000 interviews from nearly 80,000 participants. Each conversation is recorded on a free CD to share, and is preserved at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. StoryCorps is one of the largest oral history projects of its kind, and millions listen to our weekly broadcasts on NPR’s Morning Edition and on our Listen pages.

We do this to remind one another of our shared humanity, strengthen and build the connections between people, teach the value of listening, and weave into the fabric of our culture the understanding that every life matters. At the same time, we will create an invaluable archive of American voices and wisdom for future generations.

In the coming years we will build StoryCorps into an enduring institution that will touch the lives of every American family.

StoryCorps: Kathy Denton

Jan 9, 2013
StoryCorps

Time now for KRWG’s Story Corps. Today we meet Kathy Denton as she talks with her friend Anette Dunshee about why she became a park ranger with the National Park Service and her 29 year career at various national parks including White Sands National Monument. 

StoryCorps: J. Paul Taylor

Jan 2, 2013
StoryCorps

Today we meet J. Paul Taylor who talks with Story Corps facilitator, Erin Dickey about how his parents met; his career as an educator, and as a legislator.  

KRWG StoryCorps: Kathleen Foreman

Dec 19, 2012
StoryCorps

Time now for KRWG’s Story Corps, today we meet Kathleen Foreman as she talks to her friend, Renee Boudreau about how her mother, Josefina. Josefina started the tradition of holding Christmas Eve Mass in her house in Mesilla in 1965 after the church discontinued the service. 

Story Corps: Irene Oliver-Lewis

Dec 12, 2012
StoryCorps

Today we meet Sylvia J. Camunez and Irene Oliver-Lewis as they talk about their parents, Cecilia and Federico and their legacy. 

StoryCorps: Robert "Bob" Egan

Dec 5, 2012

Today we meet Robert Egan as he talks with his wife, Pamela Egan about how they met, fell in love, and what makes their marriage work. 

StoryCorps: Maureen Farr

Nov 29, 2012

Today we meet Maureen Farr who talks with Story Corps facilitator, Anaid Reyes. Maureen tells her story about taking a cross country road trip with her dog, Max. A woman, a dog, and the open road. 

Paul Gil Gallegos

Nov 21, 2012

Today we meet Paul Gil Gallegos as he talks about his family tradition: Church Bell Ringing. Paul’s great-grandfather was the town carpenter and helped to build the Basilica San Albino. He was one of the first church bell ringers at San Albino and passed the tradition down through his family who continue to have a strong presence within the Basilica.  

Suzanne Neville Staley

Nov 13, 2012
Story Corps

Today we meet Suzanne Neville Staley and her friend Jasmine Kilpatrick. Suzanne tells Jasmine about the birth of her first child, Sylvia, and how months later learning that Sylvia had a liver disease and would need a liver transplant to survive.

Flor Ogaz

Oct 24, 2012

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