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My foundation supported David Issay in the late 90s/ early 00s.
Hi Clint,Thank you so much for spreading the word about the National Day of Listening! Support like this means so much to StoryCorps. Due to the overwhelming response to the National Day of Listening, we have added more do-it-yourself tips and tools to our website and are hoping to pass on a new holiday idea: For everyone who did an interview surrounding the National Day of Listening (or are thinking about recording a loved one), making a copy of it and pairing it with a paperback copy of our book, “Listening is an Act of Love,” provides a meaningful touch to the holiday season, and gives that special someone even more incredible stories to read! One of the stories from our book, about what a hospital chaplain discovered as she blessed the hands of her coworkers, was broadcast this morning. You can listen at:http://www.storycorps.net/listen/stories/janet-lutz-and-her-friend-lori-armstrong. The book as well as more DIY recording tips can be linked to at www.storycorps.net.
Thanks again and best wishes for the New Year!AmyStoryCorps