In this installment of “What I Carried,” we share stories about music and food.
A daughter talks about the record collection her mother brought to the U.S. after fleeing communist Romania in 1982. The story was produced by Hannah Biskind, legal advocate at the Urban Justice Center and contributor to City Limits.[iframe src=”http://cowbird.com/embed/story/81315/” width=”100%” height=”500″]
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