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Our oral history book series amplifies the voices of people directly impacted by injustice using a humanizing, literary approach.

Our education program fosters empathy, inquiry, and critical thinking among our next generation of leaders, teachers, and history-makers.

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A Summer of Learning: Hear from the Haverford Interns

Editor’s Note: The blog series “I, Witness,” seeks to explore the ethics, challenges, and possibilities of teaching and conducting oral history. VOW summer 2017 interns Phillip Reid and Mary Kearney-Brown hold copies [...]

Amplifying Unheard Voices: Reflections on VOW’s Annual Oral History Training

Editor’s Note: The blog series “I, Witness,” seeks to explore the ethics, challenges, and possibilities of teaching and conducting oral history. VOW summer 2017 interns Phillip Reid and Mary Kearney-Brown hold copies [...]

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