StoryCorps’ Oral History App Receives Knight Foundation Grant To Add New Features

StoryCorps’ Oral History App Receives Knight Foundation Grant To Add New Features

By Catherine Shu StoryCorps, the non-profit oral history project that has collected more than 100,000 interviews since 2003, is planning to improve its app and launch community programs after receiving a $600,000 grant from the Knight Foundation. Read More

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