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By CrystalStone, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Stories of humanity encourage empathy and compassion.

Podcast Storytelling NPR Average run time: 20 minutes
StoryCorps written in cursive

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Heartwarming and compelling stories that inspire listeners to see the good in others. StoryCorps brings people together to reflect on moments or parts of their lives that also tell us something about humanity. Interviews are unscripted and captivating, as you sit in on real conversations between real people that have something important to share about love, family, loss, and more. Hosts are compassionate in how they guide the stories. Episodes are on the shorter side, which make them easy to binge. Topics covered are timely and important, sparking meaningful conversations among listeners. The outstanding audio production along with the beautiful storytelling makes StoryCorps a stand out podcast and a great conversation starter for families.

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