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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 Warm Welcome to Our New Managing Editor

Introducing Dao X. Tran (left), our new managing editor, and saying goodbye to Luke Gerwe (right) after four and a half years of amazing work. It’s a bittersweet time for the Voice [...]

Germanacos Fellows Unveil Final Projects

In summer of 2016, the VOW Education Program launched the Germanacos Fellowship for Sharing History, which provides support for outstanding Sharing History Initiative participants to explore groundbreaking new oral history projects with their students. [...]

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