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Everybody Say Freedom! The little-known tale of America's other Greatest Generation: the men and women who fought for Civil Rights.

Watch the video for Everybody Say Freedom!

Read more about Bob's storytelling programs.

Hear That Whistle Blow!
with Bob Reiser and Katie Green -
America's fabled railroad years in Song, Story and Vaudeville! Celebrate the heroes, heroines, scoundrels and the everyday folk who rode the rails!

Bob is an expansive and joyous storyteller , teacher, and an award-winning author of books for children and adults. Accompanying himself with flute and drum, Bob brings warmth and wit to traditional and original stories.

Last May Bob served as a Storyteller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center in Jonesborough Tennessee. Recently he has been featured at New York's Clearwater Hudson River Festival, Pittsburgh's 3 River Festival, Albany's RiverWay Festival, and Vancouver BC's International Story Festival.

McFarland Press listed him among the "120 best contemporary English-speaking Storytellers." Dr. Morgan Hill (Brother Blue) calls him a "force of nature."

Read what others have said about Bob Reiser.

With his school residencies in Story-making and Storytelling he has taught thousands of children throughout the northeast how to craft and tell their own tales.


Author of six books for adults and children, he has worked with Pete Seeger and jazz drummer, Panama Francis.

His works for children include PJ, published by Houghton Mifflin and David Got his Drum, published by Marshall Cavendish Books.

His adult books include Carry it On and Everybody Says Freedom, written with Pete Seeger.

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When a person in Peru, or Siberia, or rural Haiti falls ill, Partners in Health uses all possible means to make them well—from pressuring drug manufacturers, to lobbying policy makers, to providing medical care and social services. Whatever it takes. Just as we would do if a member of our own family—or we ourselves—were ill.

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