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Thursday, June 05, 2008
92Y Video: Share Your Story with Vail Barrett

When Vail Barrett heard about the 92nd Street Y’s Share Your Story program, he was eager to make an appointment to talk about his thoughts of the Y and the connection he feels through his grandfather, James G. McDonald, the first U.S. Ambassador to Israel and subject of the recent biography, Advocate for the Doomed. In the video above, Mr. Barrett speaks thoughtfully and with great passion for his family and the Y.

On June 24, David Isay, the founder of StoryCorps and author of Listening Is an Act of Love, comes to the Y to lead a discussion on why individual stories matter and why oral tradition is important in defining our national identity. It promises to be an inspiring event you won’t want to miss.

If you’re interested in contributing to the Y’s Share Your Story, please email us and we’d be happy to make arrangements with you. 

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