StoryCorps Historias is in East LA. I’m excited. Not only because I’ve heard some of the recently recorded stories on Latino USA, but also because my fellow blogger Alex is in town.
The MobileBooth will be open and ready for your cuentos and historias starting today, February 11th at the East LA Public Library (4837 E. Third St., Los Angeles, CA 90022). The final day in East LA is March 20th.
StoryCorps Historias is an initiative to record the diverse stories and life experiences of Latinos in the United States. Sharing these stories celebrates our history, honors our heritage, and captures the true spirit of our community. It will also ensure that the voices of Latinos will be preserved and remembered for generations to come.
Sounds great, right?
To sign up, visit the reservations page. I’ve heard that all slots are currently full, but you can add yourself to the waitlist.
If you can’t get to the MobileBooth, I encourage you to check out the user-friendly DIY Guide to recording someone’s stories.
2 thoughts on “StoryCorps Historias comes to East LA”
Man, Alex doesn’t even get the ‘friend’ label? Just ‘fellow blogger’? I don’t think he’ll stand for that.
Fellow blogger is totally fine. Cindy and I have yet to experience severe drunkenness together and that’s usually necessary to be friends. 😉 Well, that’s how you and I became friends, Osito.