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Our oral history book series takes a humanizing, literary approach to illuminating the stories of people around the world who have experienced injustice.

Our education program connects educators, students, and social justice advocates with important unheard stories and supports them in conducting their own oral history projects.

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LA Times Festival of Books: Lost Stories of the West

VOW editor Gabriel Thompson will be at the 2017 LA Times Festival of Books discussing Chasing the Harvest: Migrant Workers in California Agriculture (out May 16, 2017). Read on to learn more about the [...]

Projects Featured in VOW’s Upcoming Oral History Handbook Are Taking Off

VOW Education Program Director Cliff Mayotte, Pendarvis Harshaw, and VOW Education Associate Erin Vong at a reading and book-signing for OG Told Me at Oaklandish in Oakland, California on April 2, 2017. The [...]

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