Since 1996, Radio Diaries has given tape recorders to young people around the country and worked with them to produce the Teenage Diaries series for NPR.
Teenage Diaries Revisited features new diaries from five of the people who shared their lives sixteen years ago.
We've partnered with NPR and Cowbird.com on a contest to select the teenagers who will become part of the next generation of Teenage Diaries.
Melissa never meant to get pregnant. But now, after 12 years of living in the foster care system, she’s trying to build the family she never had.
Through their diaries, Matthew and Judge Jeremiah tell the same story from two different sides of the bench.
94-year old Selma Koch runs the Town Shop, one of New York’s last old-style bra fitting shops.
In the 1990s, Arch Coal began mining Pigeonroost Hollow. Now Jimmy Weekley is the last person left there.
In the early 1940s, the government launched an experimental program to train women pilots. They were known as the WASPs, the Women Airforce Service Pilots.
November 23, 1936, was a very good day for recorded music.
May 15, 2013
Joe writes about how the Teenage Diaries Revisited project began.
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Are you a teenager with a story to tell? Write it down, photograph it (and record it if you want) and then submit it to the storytelling site Cowbird.
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