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Community Storytelling: I Live Here 2017

Aida Ade
Singer/songwriter Aida Ade performs "Home" about her family's multi-generational history in St Louis.
Community Storytelling: I Live Here 2017 (Part 1)
We hear stories about black love, a woman who finds peace in her identity and spirituality and an outspoken politician who once struggled to speak for herself, let alone others
Kris Blackman

It’s storytime. Last year’s “I Live Here” storytelling event was so much fun, we decided to do it again this year. In this episode, hosts Tim and Kameel hand the mics to the community. In this first half, hear stories about black love, a woman who finds peace in her identity and spirituality and an outspoken politician who once struggled to speak for herself, let alone others.

Storytellers (in order) Amy Hunter, Kris Blackmon, Maria Chappelle Nadal

Community Storytelling: I Live Here 2017 (Part 2)
Hear from three St. Louis artists — including a young poet, a country music performer and a singer-songwriter who are all grappling with the ideas of place and home.
Aida Ade

We keep the stories going and keep up our streak of handing the mics over to the community. Listen to the second half of this year’s “I Live Here” live storytelling event. Hear from three St. Louis artists — including a young poet, a country music performer and a singer-songwriter who are all grappling with the ideas of place and home.

Storytellers (in order) Zack Lesmeister, Jack Grelle, Aida Ade

Kameel Stanley co-hosted and co-produced the We Live Here podcast—covering race, class, power, and poverty in the St. Louis Region—from 2015 to 2018.
Tim Lloyd was a founding host of We Live Here from 2015 to 2018 and was the Senior Producer of On Demand and Content Partnerships until Spring of 2020.

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