The Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region conference was in New York City this year, and it focused on the theme of oral history and the city. A few people talked to me about their projects, all of which are different examples of the highlighting the importance of the city through oral history interviews.
Intersection Prospect Heights: http://inter-section.org/
The Baltimore Uprising Archive: http://www.baltimoreuprising2015.org/
Brooklyn Public Library's Our Streets Our Stories: http://ourstreetsourstories.tumblr.com/ and ttps://soundcloud.com/ourstreetsourstories
The Free Portrait Project: http://freeportraitproject.org/ [note: website autoplays music] and https://soundcloud.com/wearecrownheights
And remember, you too can be interviewed at an oral history conference for this podcast! Just head over to http://www.oralhistory.org/annual-meeting/ to register for the OHA's annual meeting in Minneapolis in October, and I'll see you there!
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