体育在线365Anwar Newton is car-jacked in Phoenix, Arizona, and ends up driving the would-be car thief around the city, realizing the thief is having a mental health crisis. Both men are black, and when the police arrive, the car owner wonders if he's endangered the other man by involving them.

Newton's story is among dozens of personal stories being shared during the Storytellers Project's virtual season, which has been extended through Sept. 3 as part of the USA TODAY Network’s response to the novel coronavirus. In-person shows have been paused through Sept. 1.

体育在线365Bookmark this article and watch the shows below or tune in live 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on the or May 14, May 28, June 11, June 25, July 9, July 23, Aug. 6, Aug. 20 and Sept. 3. This page will be updated with the latest shows.

Newton's story was featured April 30 under the show's theme of "Belonging" and can be viewed below.

体育在线365For the shows, organizers have hand-picked the best stories from more than 1,000. During each show, five Americans from across the country tell true, first-person stories that affirm our most deeply held values – hope, perseverance, compassion and love while sharing them from their homes. Megan Finnerty, Storytellers Project founder and director, serves as emcee.

April 2: Stories about love in many forms

April 16: Stories about growing up

April 30: Stories of belonging

体育在线365Check back May 15 for stories about food or watch live May 14.

Mark your calendar

  • May 28: Outdoor Adventures
  • June 11: Resiliency
  • June 25: Friends and Family
  • July 9: My Family, My Culture
  • July 23: Stylish Stories
  • Aug. 6: Fresh Starts
  • Aug. 20: Lessons Learned
  • Sep. 3: Stories About Stories
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