Take part in our annual One City One Book: San Francisco Reads celebration by recording your own truly San Francisco story. This year's book is Cory Doctorow's Little Brother, which tells the story of a San Francisco high-school age hacker who leads an effort to protect democracy and freedom in the aftermath of a terrorist attack. We are recording stories around the themes of the book and about growing up in San Francisco – tell us about your high school experience, your neighborhood and family, or social justice efforts you participated in, here in the Bay Area.
Bring a friend, partner, or loved one and record your story. Schedule an appointment by calling (415) 557-4277 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interviews are collected as part of StoryCorps @ your library, a project of the American Library Association and StoryCorps. Funding for Storycorps @ your library is provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences. More information at www.storycorps.org.