A hug from another survivor is different from someone who is trying to console you...you're not alone.
How survivors of mass shootings are helping a new generation healVIA Deseret News
Difficult doesn't mean impossible, you know, it just means difficult.
10 Years After Hurricane Katrina, Randy Adams Still Counts His BlessingsVIA NPR Audio Story
The very first customer cried 'cause she said she never thought the Lower Ninth Ward was coming back.
In New Orleans’ Hardest-Hit Neighborhood, A Recovery — By Sheer WillVIA NPR Audio Story
I’ll be recovering for the rest of my life.
Hurricane Katrina: Story From a SurvivorVIA Huffington Post
I can’t replace this place. It’s a part of who we are.
StoryCorps Griot: Surviving KatrinaVIA StoryCorps Audio Story
We stayed together and we did what we had to do to try to protect the city.
Bobby Brown and Rufus BurkhalterVIA StoryCorps Audio Story
You don’t think those sort of things are important—until they’re not there.
John W. Taylor, Jr.VIA StoryCorps Audio Story
We're hanging in there, and that’s what really counts.
Roy Calabrisi and Anthony CalabrisiVIA StoryCorps Audio Story
Losing a family—I don’t think there’s any words for it.
Douglas P. deSilveyVIA StoryCorps Audio Story
It was probably the biggest leap of faith of my life.