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October 02, 2013
BROOKLYN, NY October 3, 2013 - St. Josephs College (SJC) is pleased to announce that Dave Isay, executive director and founder of StoryCorps, will discuss his work Ties That Bind: Stories of Love and Gratitude from the First Ten Years of StoryCorps as part of this falls Brooklyn Voices lecture series. This event, created in partnership with Greenlight Bookstore and the Brooklyn Rail, will take place on Monday, October 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the Tuohy Hall Auditorium on the Colleges Brooklyn Campus.
"David Isay and StoryCorps tell America's story, said Dr. Richard Greenwald, academic dean at SJCs Brooklyn Campus. "Ties that Bind details our collective humanity and forces us to pause in our busy lives to listen, and, in that activity, we learn. We are so very pleased that David and Story Corps are coming to St. Joseph's College to share their magic.
Ties that Bind commemorates the projects 10-year anniversary with a collection of stories that celebrate the relationships that bring purpose and joy to life, as well as the people who nourish and strengthen individuals. Founded by award-winning documentarian Dave Isay, the StoryCorps project has been collecting oral history interviews with everyday Americans across the country for a decade. These recordings remain the single most important collection of American voices gathered to date. A nationwide celebration of Americas shared humanity and collective identity, StoryCorps captures and defines the stories that connect us.
For more information regarding this event or St. Josephs College in general, contact Michael Banach at 718.940.5584 or [email protected]
ABOUT BROOKLYN VOICES
Created in collaboration with Greenlight Bookstore and the Brooklyn Rail, the aim of the Brooklyn Voices series is to promote and enhance the creative vitality of our home neighborhoods of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill by providing local writers, artists, and intellectuals with a forum in which to discuss and present their works to our neighbors, patrons, and students. Through lectures, forums, performances, and public discussion, Brooklyn Voices seeks to make a meaningful contribution to the thriving intellectual culture of the neighborhood and ensure that our community remains a stimulating place in which to live, learn, and do business.