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For All the World to Hear, Stoop Stories about Parenthood, and Aerialist Mara Neimanis
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The oral history project, “For All the World to Hear,” brings together the stories of living witnesses to the civil rights struggle. Participants Janice Grant and Barbara Redfearn join the program to share their recollections of social tumult and hard-won racial progress.
At the Stoop Storytelling Series, Joe Sugarman tells the tale of not quite getting his pregnant wife to the hospital in time.
Debbie Page is co-president of the Autism Society of Baltimore-Chesapeake. She’s also the mom of an autistic son. She shared her story at The Stoop
Ten Reasons Why Fathers Cry at Night
Aerial theater artist Mara Neimanis finds a strangely poignant way to portray the story of her aging mother’s upside-down world.